Following a few seasons that focused on quite stiff, overly intricate silhouettes, Krizia creative director Zhu Chongyun delivered a more approachable collection for resort: an urban look (think graffiti-like prints) infused with Japanese influences (especially kimono robes and obi sashes).


With generous, voluminous cuts at the core, the lineup ranged from androgynous pieces inspired by men’s tailoring, such as a tuxedo-like vest and wide-leg pants with satin side bands, to more feminine cotton and long denim dresses with spaghetti straps. Fringes spilling out of embroidered circles gave a dynamic appeal to coats and blouses, while Krizia’s signature animal motifs were rendered in more subdued or graphic versions on jacquard skirts and jackets.


The collection also included lightweight, extra fine knitted sweaters and cardigans presented in vivacious colors, contrasting with the neutral tones of the elegant attire.

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