Antonio Marras showed his contemporary label I’m Isola Marras on the runway for the first time — a welcome move that added a delightful touch to Milan’s first day.

The designer played on an amusing, elaborate theme for spring, channeling a Spanish-speaking globetrotter enrolling at the (fictional) University of Alghero in his Sardinian hometown. The show notes even came replete with a pencil and a quirky multiple-choice admissions test.

The clothes were indeed full of collegiate charm, especially the striped looks, as in the sequined polo shirt with a floaty cotton underlay that was shown over a full skirt, and the nautical skirt teamed with a coat in a vintage pattern that read wallpaper and captured a charming naïveté. Beret hats and the espadrille sandals added to the notion. Needless to say, this girl passed her exam.

Antonio Marras showed his contemporary label I’m Isola Marras on the runway for the first time — a welcome move that added a delightful touch to Milan’s first day.

The designer played on an amusing, elaborate theme for spring, channeling a Spanish-speaking globetrotter enrolling at the (fictional) University of Alghero in his Sardinian hometown. The show notes even came replete with a pencil and a quirky multiple-choice admissions test.

To continue reading this article...

load comments
blog comments powered by Disqus