Set to a live performance by London-based performers AlunaGeorge, creative director Rossella Jardini sent a collection that fused Seventies, hip-hop, African culture and sporty street themes.
The opening look — a magenta, mauve and lemon yellow suede bomber jacket paired with purple metallic jacquard flared trousers — set the tone for clothes that were playful, yet wearable. A maxidress emblazoned with the peace sign evoked the Seventies, while Jardini used traditional African prints for flared trousers, a tied-at-the-midriff shirt, and a full skirt that was worn with an embellished lime mesh T-shirt.
“It’s like we are now,” Jardini said of her lineup. “A mix of cultures and influences. Traditional African prints and typical Italian jacquards, all mixed together.”