In his spring show, Antonio Marras offered a message of positivity and freedom, a celebration of cross-cultural integration. The collection was inspired by Malick Sidibé’s photographs of life after Mali gained independence in 1960 — which opened the kids’ eyes to rock ’n’ roll, Western fashion and technology, as the older generation upheld traditions. The result: a fusion of ideas, styles and attitudes, both Old World and New, that was reflected exquisitely in the clothes and the jubilant dance party on his set.

In his spring show, Antonio Marras offered a message of positivity and freedom, a celebration of cross-cultural integration. The collection was inspired by Malick Sidibé’s photographs of life after Mali gained independence in 1960 — which opened the kids’ eyes to rock ’n’ roll, Western fashion and technology, as the older generation upheld traditions. The result: a fusion of ideas, styles and attitudes, both Old World and New, that was reflected exquisitely in the clothes and the jubilant dance party on his set.

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