For their latest collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld, Fendi pays tribute in this season to the one who has dedicated his life to fashion and creation. A celebration of the diverse styles of the Italian home, with soft lines, large pieces of leather and fur, high and structured collar, the romance of long dresses and a range of colors both sober and bright.
The logomania takes up Armani Exchange which strongly focuses this season on its monogram. The famous A|X logo is reinterpreted in several ways and spreads over all new clothing lines. As for Emporio Armani, the brand continues to pleasantly dress the 21st century’s youth. On the agenda: logo sweatshirts revisited with tags, smooth velvet skirts, check organza trousers, lavish Japanese-style brocade or boy’s blazers.
Contemporary irreverence is also at the heart of Just Cavalli’s new collection, which symbolizes a new generation in constant fiery. Under the creative direction of Paul Surridge, the brand presents a collection with a return to the iconic themes that have made its success: vintage style clothing and a revisiting of classics to the urban aspect.
Inspired by the Shakespearian universe, the Gucci collection, designed by Alessandro Michele, unfolds with a colorful and phantasmagorical style that continues to push the limits by drawing on the long history of fashion.
In the colors of the season, La Martina once again takes on comfortable fabrics and refined details, reinventing its iconic polo shirt created thirty years ago. For its part, Ralph Lauren sublimates once again with black and white, which remains the mandatory dress code in this season, with a taste for the 1920s.