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MISSONI – Collezione Donna Primavera/Estate 2022

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Un’intrigante esplosione sensoriale. Riflessi di luce creano colori freschi e accattivanti. Texture materiche seducono al tatto.

Per la stagione Primavera/Estate 2022, Missoni celebra il piacere, in tutte le sue forme e declinazioni.

Stile urbano e comfort si incontrano nella nuova definizione di Urban Pleasurewear: un guardaroba reale, autentico, quotidiano, pensato per donne che vivono con gioia e disinvoltura la propria femminilità.

La palette cromatica, che spazia da delicate sfumature pastello di lilla, giallo e menta, fino a sfavillanti punte di turchese e verde lime, richiama l’idea di un’esuberante fioritura che si fa strada nella giungla metropolitana.

La scelta dei pesi e della materia segue il ritmo delle stagioni… dagli ultimi residui dell’inverno fino alle miti temperature primaverili, che sbocciano in una splendida estate.

I capospalla, dai volumi importanti, proteggono come caldi abbracci. Trench in jersey rotondo, ma anche poncho in nylon dalle eleganti trapuntature e cardi-bomber in denim lavato con ricamo zigzag.

Sfoggiano silhouette asciutte che accarezzano il corpo le camicie, capi icona di stagione, da portare con disinvoltura con pantaloni dall’aspetto fluido. Fiammate, a zig zag, o tinta unita, svelano texture e delicate sfumature cromatiche.

Se le felpe e le tracksuit proiettano in un universo casual, dinamico e contemporaneo, Missoni non perde la sua natura inclinazione verso la sperimentazione creativa. Una sweatshirt con cappuccio è stampata al rovescio per un’ insolita texture spugna, mentre  un top con pantaloni coordinati in viscosa è lavorato in un punto speciale per un effetto costina che si arricchisce di sfumature lucide e opache.

Il gioco di superfici e riflessi caratterizza anche la proposta per la sera. Lo scintillio del mondo del clubbing inspira gli effetti satinati e cangianti ottenuti introducendo in mini abiti, maxi dress e completi fili di nylon e fodere metallizzate, ma anche paillettes e lavorazioni jacquard in cui le geometrie di impreziosiscono in un’alternanza di ombre e luci… notturne e misteriose.

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Alexander McQueen PRESS23 collection

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INSPIRATION

Science and structure – the dissection of tailoring, deconstructed and reconstructed. Supernature, the cosmos and the night sky.
Muted colours reminiscent of the evening glow.

Alexander McQueen pre spring summer 2023 womenswear collection

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A deconstructed off-the-shoulder tailored corset in black sartorial wool and a ruffle asymmetric balloon skirt in black viscose silk twill.
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A cropped tailored jacket in black sartorial wool, a shirt in white cotton poplin and a deconstructed asymmetric drape skirt in black sartorial wool.
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A one-shoulder dress with a slashed waist and full asymmetric drape skirt in brush stroke print poly faille.
Featuring details from ‘Double Diamond’, 2008 Charles Arnoldi. © Charles Arnoldi. Courtesy of Charles Arnoldi.
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A tailored jacket with a cutaway waist and back and integrated black leather harness in black sartorial wool and elongated black bootcut trousers in black sartorial wool.
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A one-sleeve dress with a ruffle neckline and full skirt in brush stroke print poly faille.
Featuring details from ‘Double Diamond’, 2008 Charles Arnoldi. © Charles Arnoldi. Courtesy of Charles Arnoldi.
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A double-breasted tailored jacket and wide-legged trousers in powder pink sartorial wool.
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A trompe l’oeil cropped tailored jacket and a deconstructed tailored pencil skirt in black sartorial wool.
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A dress with a slashed V-neckline and full skirt in pale lilac dress-on-dress print poly faille.
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A drop hem tailored jacket in black wool, a shirt in white cotton poplin and peg trousers in black wool.
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A corset dress with a full asymmetric drape cutaway skirt in calico dress-on-dress print poly faille.
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An oversized jacket with patch pockets in green cotton viscose and a cutaway skirt in black leather.
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A dress with a cutaway bodice and fluted skirt in white rib knit.
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A corset bustier with a balloon skirt in black leather.
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An oversized parka with a balloon skirt in calico cotton twill.
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A dress with a V-neckline, cutaway waist and back and balloon skirt in pale yellow leather.
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A cropped biker jacket with silver metal eyelets in black leather and a full asymmetric ruffle skirt in calico poly faille.
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A harness jumper in cable-knit ivory wool and a balloon skirt in black leather.
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A corset dress with a full asymmetric drape ruffle skirt in calico poly faille.
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A shirt dress with silver metal eyelet harness detailing and a full skirt in white heavy cotton poplin.
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A sleeveless tailored dress with silver metal eyelet harness detailing in black sartorial wool and a sleeveless kickback shirt dress in white heavy cotton poplin.
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A shirt dress with a full skirt in white heavy cotton poplin and a harness with silver metal eyelet detailing in black leather.
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A cocoon shirt with silver metal eyelet harness detailing in white heavy cotton poplin and peg trousers in black leather.
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A trench coat with a full skirt in ivory leather.
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A sleeveless shirt dress with cutaway sides in white heavy cotton poplin and a harness with silver metal eyelet detailing in black leather.
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An off-the-shoulder jacket and jeans in blue denim.
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A tank dress with a fluted hem in tulle embroidered with silver metal sequins and crystals.
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A deconstructed jacket and kickback pencil skirt in blue denim.
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A corset dress with an exploded skirt in powder blue tulle with silver sequin and crystal cosmic rain embroidery and a cutaway jumper with a roll neck and exploded sleeves in powder blue wool cashmere.
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A trompe l’oeil cropped slashed tailored jacket and deconstructed tailored skirt in ivory sartorial wool.
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A deconstructed tailored coat with a cape back and cutaway sleeves and skirt in black sartorial wool.
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A tailored jacket with an exploded peplum in black sartorial wool and black Paris net and a full asymmetric drape skirt in black Paris net.
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A one-shouldered dress with a slashed bodice and asymmetric drape skirt in black Paris net with silver sequin and crystal comet embroidery.
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A deconstructed tailored dress with an open neckline and frock coat tail in black sartorial wool.
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A single-breasted tailored jacket and wide-legged trousers in black sartorial wool with silver sequin and crystal astral embroidery.
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A dress with a cutaway bodice and waist and balloon skirt in black Lyon lace.
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A sleeveless tuxedo jacket with slashed shoulders, tonal satin lapels and shadows of Lyon lace in black sartorial wool and elongated bootcut trousers in black sartorial wool.
Look 37
A dress with a cutaway bodice and waist and appliqué embroideries in ivory Lyon lace.
Look 38
A tailored jacket with a cutaway waist and back and crystal harness embroidery and elongated bootcut trousers in black sartorial wool.
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A dress in black crepe with crystal harness embroidery.
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A dress with silver sequin and crystal celestial embroidery in black tulle.
Look 41
A deconstructed tailored tuxedo dress with an asymmetric drape skirt in black sartorial wool and black satin.
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A cropped tank and asymmetric ruffle balloon skirt with silver sequin embroidery in powder pink poly faille.
Look 43
A double-breasted tailored jacket and trousers in ivory sartorial wool with silver sequin and crystal astral embroidery.
Look 44
A strapless dress with a cutaway waist and crystal harness embroidery in powder blue tulle.

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EFTYCHIA SS23 – “Bleeding Edge”

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Adulthood
Mexican standoff
Indoctrination
Guns & Crowns
Investment
Middle Ages
Infelction point
Golden ticket
Asses and Blood

*In technological development the term Bleeding Edge refers to ultra-modern (usually untested) experimental systems – a field of work where the most exciting or advanced headway is being made, and where a product’s unreliability is a given.

In society, while progress is apparent, the direction of this progress is becoming more obscure.

Eftychia works with denim for the first time: Style made with a trailing approach, pieces are given a more casual spin in both blue and white denim.

The Grampa trousers make a comeback and get a revamp in denim.

This seasons tailored jackets, an EFTYCHIA staple, are made out of lightweight wool mohair and are unlined and suitable for warmer weather.

The velvet and satin parts from AW22’s Tuxedo and Cut Out Double Breasted jackets have been stripped down and visible traces seams tun across like decorative lines.

Trousers are loose and relaxed; smart-casual Bermuda shorts come in camel and navy; mini skirts made of wool and cotton, are similar breezy.

Building on the previous season’s satin silk cutouts, double slashed bronze dresses are held together by buttons and loops. Cami-shaped tops and slips skirts in bronze and duck egg follow the same form.

Knitted pieces have both a ‘liquid’ and stiff effect: 2D-looking tank tops, luscious jumpers and vest resembling paper, are surprisingly made from treated Japanese 100% linen yarn.
*Knitwear development by Ilana Blumberg

Double layered pieces, where a lighter technical fabric is placed on top of cotton, run throughout the collection, augmenting the relaxed feel and flow of layers.

The same effect is seen with the lightweight Bomber Trench coat – its layers add to its sense of motion when on the go.

Functional collapsed double-layered pockets – where one part is visible, one hidden – enhance shirts, skirts and jackets.

Colours: White, Camel, Ash Grey, Navy, Bronze, Duck Egg.

Hair: relaxed, unpretentious, Makeup: glowy skin, fresh, cooler shades.
*Hair product Authentic Beauty Concept

Shoes: flat slip-on moccasins, fisherman sandals, casual with a smart look
*Shoes by HEREU

Thank you: Elias Anastasiadis, my team – ChiaChi Wu, Lily Saito, Yu Gu, The British Fashion Council and the Newton panel, Hafeez Rahmans, Emma Marie Thomson, Lottie Alien, Mitchel Halsema, Elena Dariana Pintail, Haoran Ma, Katrina Wu.

SHOW CREDITS
Design and Direction: Eftychia Karamolegkou
Styling: Alice Lefons
Casting: Henry Thomas assisted by Red at Arqa Cast
Hair: Adam Garland for Authentic Beauty Concept using Babyliss
Make-up: Rebecca Wordingham at Bryant Artists
Show Production: Blonstein
Front of House Photographer: Haydon Perrior
Videographer: Pouyan Jafarizadeh

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Besfxxk SS23 show

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SS23 BESFXXK collection was inspired by clothing item itself. Making a selection of specific garments become is their starting point, and they start playing with them in terms of its styling & color & fabric and variation. Each items from the collection takes de-constructing & re-constructing procedure of classic garments based on current trend. For this season, Besfxxk takes some good old classics like 60’s ballon skirts, smoking blazers, and trench coats.

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