Alexandre Mattiussi confirmed his co-ed spring lineup through a movie shot at evening in a abandoned carnival. Elongated silhouettes emerged from the darkish, hazy setting as a crowd of fashions step by step fanned out into the enjoyable truthful in slender night attire with deep-V necklines, slick leather-based trench coats and lengthy, double-breasted swimsuit jackets with satin lapels.
There was quantity, too, with unfastened, low-crotch trousers, vast Bermuda shorts and cropped tuxedo jackets — worn over skin-baring bra tops with straps that crossed the chest and sheer, mesh tank tops.
The youthful elan of the clothes was additional relayed by colours, and Mattiussi labored with tie dye for the primary time, choosing stark mixes — black with emerald, or sizzling pink. Long tailor-made vests in pale pink or pale blue carried sharp, black lapels, whereas beige trench coats had been lined in vivid yellow. White, high-top sneakers completed off the appears.
The label teamed up once more with Alvaro Colom, who produced final season’s movie — its most watched ever.
This one, titled “L’Échappée Belle,” carries a double which means in French — a slim escape, or a fantastic outing. Both messages swimsuit, Mattiussi steered, given what we’ve been via and as hope beckons.
“We are between two worlds here, between the world of isolation and lockdowns, and the world full of hope and optimism, ready to do discover things again, to be together and party,” he mentioned.
The presentation captured a sense of uncertainty — there’s one thing unsettling concerning the largely empty ferris wheel, bumper automobiles and merry-go-round within the synthetic gentle. After the movie, the model launched images of the celebrities it dressed, snapped towards a darkish backdrop, their faces lit with coloured gentle — Quincy Brown, Kris Jenner, Camila Mendes, and South Korean boy band Enhyphen.
The equipment thrust was wide-reaching, with felt hats by Borsalino, chunky-soled sneakers, sandals, crystal earrings and new purses — the Accordéon, which folds out to the perimeters, is available in two sizes, whereas the Déjà-Vu is a smaller, out-on-the-town bag.
The designer additionally widened the label’s attain with some new silhouettes, together with a white hybrid gown that had a cropped, cape-like shirt affixed to the highest — lengthy sleeved with a collar, with straps as fasteners.
“It’s very personal but I want to go out, I want to look good, I want to dress well, I want to pull out the diamonds, I want to do my hair — things have picked up again, we want to discover the world, meet new people, listen to new music, things we don’t know — I’m very interested in seeing what the future will bring us,” Mattiussi mused.