Traditionally, in one of the most fashionable boutiques of the capital, we share our views on the new collections and trends for the coming season: Minimalism and pastel colors.
Sometimes everything is brilliantly simple. In order to look good and be fashionable, it is just enough to combine monochrome colors properly, diluting the image with just the right accessories.
In the coming season, several of our favorite brands have relied on minimalism. This fall and winter, Gran Sasso focuses on minimalism in gray, ink, terracotta, khaki, and wine. Sweaters of large knit patterns, as well as cardigans in combination with premium knitwear products will make the new season especially cozy.
Designer Max Mara Leasure demonstrates clothes from a palette of peach, powder, shades of paprika, mustard, and camel. As for shapes, we are offering wide leg trousers, draped tops, midi-skirts, oversized dresses, and sweaters, as well as fitted suits and coats.
Extraordinary prints and bright colors. Max Mara Weekend focuses on brightness: the collection is enriched with juicy orange, shades of grass and emerald, sea wave, and azure. For those who are passionate about animal prints, line designers offer original designs and patterns in the form of birds, exotic plants, and a 70s style check pattern.
By the way, Marina Rinaldi supports the idea of a bright palette as well. Spectacular canary and mustard coats, oversized dresses, cardigans and textured knit pullovers, tops and dresses made out off the finest silk and guipure will be the objects of desire of many fashionistas.
Shine. St. John and Giorgio Grati also chose the way of minimalism. However, besides their monochrome timeless classics, the collections of these Italian brands are full of printed clothes and decorated with shiny threads. Noble brilliance, luxurious animalism, discreet decor - elegant and tasteful.