Gaia Trussardi gave her spring collection an undercurrent of adventure, with references to nomadic tribes resonating throughout the lineup and imbuing it with an effortless, relaxed look.
She used striped fabrics with a rustic feel, as well as washed silk, for dresses in oversize, hyper-comfortable silhouettes. Tunics were shown over baggy pants matched with roomy tailored blazers, while a flowing maxidress with pleated details had a free-spirited bohemian vibe.
In keeping with the brand’s heritage, the collection featured a range of leather pieces, including a super-soft suede double-breasted bomber jacket, slouchy trenchcoats, and a fitted and polished napa dress with sensual cutouts and rope details. Trussardi also embellished chiffon dresses and a cotton sweater with geometric sequined embroideries, which felt a bit too precious and off-topic.
Although the collection itself looked a tad repetitive, it did show Trussardi’s intent to impart a new, fresh twist to the label.