Certainly not missing the color, the joyful and the energy given by the use of different prints and logos printed on the t-shirt.The 90s are celebrated, even here, with the resurrection of denim even with the giant implications (which we thought we were happily left in the past).
Caps, overalls and sweatshirts combined with shorts. A fashion that certainly looks at the new, the millennials and that can be defined as “youth”, perhaps a bit ‘too much.
Camuflage that reigns on outfits and daytime looks. Logos used in a logical and graphic way without being too intrusive.
We miss the classic man, the formal man, the one wearing a shirt and a pair of Valentino moccasins, it was sexy and reassuring. In any case, Pierpaolo Piccioli , Creative Director of the Maison, was amazed by the contemporaneity of a collection projected towards the future and the trend of the moment.