Fall Winter

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2017 - 2018

The lightness and grace of Botticelli’s velvet flowers, the astonishing bright minimalism of Dan Flavin’s icons, the abundant richness in William Morris’s decorative motifs: all these elements combined characterize this collection that gradually, yet decisively, dives into the world of design and art.

A surprising connection between different stylistic canons, where clean cuts and tapered shapes coexist with three-dimensional and flowy silhouettes. Classic, solid-colored mink or swakara lamb coats are refreshed with new shapes and sorbet hues – green, peach, and strawberry – as well as metallics that range from cold shades of light blue to silver foil. Sophisticated and extremely warm capes, coming in dusty camel colors, gently hug the body with the finest cashmere and sable.

Sporty and versatile parkas have gone super-luxe and original thanks to the combination with black cross mink, sable, and laminated raccoon. As if they came out of a botany book, the graceful flowers embroidered on blazers, suits, and trench coats stand out vividly against backgrounds of dark and optical white swakara lamb. Also, the neckline details seem to be borrowed from high jewelry making: collars, lapels, and cuffs are covered in intarsia flowers that shine like gems on the wood tones of vintage-inspired bleached mink.

Shiny laminated swakara lamb projects the Audrey Hepburn-inspired maxi trench coats into a futuristic world, while extra-long coats crafted from super soft short nap mink with silvery fox ruffled hems seem to come from a contemporary Belle Époque.

Fall Winter

2017 - 2018

The lightness and grace of Botticelli’s velvet flowers, the astonishing bright minimalism of Dan Flavin’s icons, the abundant richness in William Morris’s decorative motifs: all these elements combined characterize this collection that gradually, yet decisively, dives into the world of design and art.

A surprising connection between different stylistic canons, where clean cuts and tapered shapes coexist with three-dimensional and flowy silhouettes. Classic, solid-colored mink or swakara lamb coats are refreshed with new shapes and sorbet hues – green, peach, and strawberry – as well as metallics that range from cold shades of light blue to silver foil. Sophisticated and extremely warm capes, coming in dusty camel colors, gently hug the body with the finest cashmere and sable.

Sporty and versatile parkas have gone super-luxe and original thanks to the combination with black cross mink, sable, and laminated raccoon. As if they came out of a botany book, the graceful flowers embroidered on blazers, suits, and trench coats stand out vividly against backgrounds of dark and optical white swakara lamb. Also, the neckline details seem to be borrowed from high jewelry making: collars, lapels, and cuffs are covered in intarsia flowers that shine like gems on the wood tones of vintage-inspired bleached mink.

Shiny laminated swakara lamb projects the Audrey Hepburn-inspired maxi trench coats into a futuristic world, while extra-long coats crafted from super soft short nap mink with silvery fox ruffled hems seem to come from a contemporary Belle Époque.