Francesco Scognamiglio opted for the couture season to launch his new vogue line, known as Monogram From Sea.
As the designer defined, the ocean was the primary supply of inspiration for the concise and cohesive couture lineup, which supplied a compilation of Scognamiglio’s signatures, together with transparencies, beautiful embroideries, draping and deconstructed tailoring.
The designer stated he embraced a “sensitive approach,” translated by way of the usage of corsets and bustiers handmade in Naples within the ’50s that he revisited for separates and sheer robes, embellished with crystals, but additionally with French archival embroidered inserts.
Draped black jersey frocks lower in female silhouettes contrasted with the mannish attraction of handmade blazers and fits, typically coated for a lizard-like texture. Their saggy shorts, in addition to the embroidered sweatshirts, injected a sensible, street-influenced word into the gathering. “I wanted to show a more functional and comfortable aspect of couture,” stated Scognamiglio.
However, the designer couldn’t resist indulging in his sensual, light-weight robes, together with a dramatic sheer pink model punctuated with tone-on-tone crystals, which was introduced with a coordinated veil that echoed the famed Veiled Christ sculpture on the Cappella Sansevero in Pompei, Scognamiglio’s hometown.