For the brand’s first presentation during Milan Fashion Week, designer Gigi Vezzola opted for a chic urban mood, taking inspiration from the glamour of New York, the sophisticated atmosphere of London and the exotic modernity of Hong Kong. That worldly combination translated into a wearable lineup that mixed elements of femininity and tailoring. A soft camel wool and angora jacket featuring contrasting black sleeves, for instance, was paired with men’s wear-inspired wide-legged pleated pants, while a patchwork flannel fitted dress was topped with a sporty duffle coat. Vezzola also played with fabric mixes, a trend sweeping the runways this season, as in a pretty sleeveless V-neck dress combining geometric-pattern brocade, wool and velvet.

 

For the brand’s first presentation during Milan Fashion Week, designer Gigi Vezzola opted for a chic urban mood, taking inspiration from the glamour of New York, the sophisticated atmosphere of London and the exotic modernity of Hong Kong. That worldly combination translated into a wearable lineup that mixed elements of femininity and tailoring. A soft camel wool and angora jacket featuring contrasting black sleeves, for instance, was paired with men’s wear-inspired wide-legged pleated pants, while a patchwork flannel fitted dress was topped with a sporty duffle coat. Vezzola also played with fabric mixes, a trend sweeping the runways this season, as in a pretty sleeveless V-neck dress combining geometric-pattern brocade, wool and velvet.

 

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