Ramzen is enamored with old school glam, and it showed plenty for spring.
The Italy-based brand designed by Abdul Al-Romaizan returned to the Milan catwalk via a video presentation with models caressed by a summer breeze on the coasts of Apulia.
The southern Italian region overlooking the Mediterranean Sea — which is rapidly rising in popularity among international visitors — inspired the collection’s myriad nuances of blue and subtle floral prints.
Flowing chiffon gowns with poet sleeves and waist-cinching drawstrings printed with lush greeneries were juxtaposed with frocks with cutouts or skin-revealing lace insets, a subtle take on the ubiquitous sensual dressing trend.
They mingled with daywear, less impactful but still befitting Ramzen’s vacationing clientele, including a vaguely ‘50s-style skirt suit offered in cream leather and emerald green tweed with raw hems.
Playing on a muted palette of dusty blue, sage and earthy tones, menswear included relaxed tailored suits and off-duty garb, such as a standout knit polo shirt with matching shorts.