Francesco Risso showed off a brilliant debut collection for Marni, which was both feminine and very Italian, with a cool 1970’s vibe.
A shaggy purple coat with an orange collar, a high-necked orange crochet, a pale blue jersey checkerboard T-shirt and hipster flares was the most jaw dropping look of the show. It was unforgetable and it seemed to set the whole mood for the rest of the collection.
There were also flower prints, puffer jackets, dresses covered in futuristic pailettes, architectural blouses, boldly colored pantsuits, mohair jackets, sleek pvc style leather coats, blurred-out ikats, bold reinterpretations of 1970’s Italian psychedelia and delicate English sprigged cottons (with young looking sporty drawstrings and random layerings of bras on top of this and that.)
The accesories shown here were sleek and stylish oversized sunglasses, fur trimmed boots, patent leather flat slides and patent leather high heeled slingbacks, patent leather top handle handbags, geometric belts and charming drop earrings.
The color scheme was yellow, blue, grey, white, black, magenta, brown, orange, red, beige, purple and ivory. Very colorfup indeed!
This collection had so many great and modern looking pieces for a woman who is unique but also has a very sleek and minimalistic style and sense of fashion. Something perfect for an artist, in actual fact! Expect to see your creative artist friends snatch this collection up and wear them to art galleries and what not. There will probably be waiting lists for months!