December 22, 2017 - fall Denim
California was on Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s mind this season. Sun, surf, motels, pushing alone on unconstrained highways with not a caring in a world. . . . A bit clichéd, is it not? “Sometimes we crave a leisure that being by yourself gives you,” he said. “It’s unequivocally about traveling; a tour is a combination of moments, roughly as if it were a personal tale, singular and individual.”
Individuality was really distinguished here, starting with Dell’Acqua’s lookbook model: “I’ve famous Kirsten Owen from a ’90s, she non-stop all my shows behind then,” a engineer said. “She has impression and personality; and she’s a woman, not only a girl. Time has been kind to her; it’s only malleable her features, creation them even some-more special. we fundamentally styled a collection with Kirsten in mind.”
On set, Owen radiated a relaxed charm; she looked during palliate in Dell’Acqua’s looks. The new collection was built around strong, sporty outerwear and manly tailoring played opposite voluptuous pieces, all peppered with a sip of quirk. It’s a recipe that has served Dell’Acqua good during No. 21. A large bomber was patch-worked with nylon, quilted wool, and knitwear, and nonchalantly thrown over a voluptuous body-con dress. Adding to a contrariety play, a manly bowling shirt stimulating with golden paillettes was interconnected with a voluptuous pencil dress printed with a California-inspired landscape motif. One of a best looks was an elongated yellow turtleneck sweater with a feathery feathered trim, accompanied by a bluish paillette midi skirt; it showcased Dell’Acqua’s gusto for doubtful tone combinations. Macramé lace, chiffon, and several plumages combined to a delicate flair, set opposite some-more estimable textures like shearling, tender denim, and leather. White lace-up sneaker boots with a thick molded solitary were a appendage of choice.