“It’s a bit street urchin and a bit Julian Schnabel,” stated Federico Curradi, explaining the inspiration behind the spring assortment he designed in collaboration with California-based hatmaker Nick Fouquet. The two unveiled their lineup with a bodily presentation within the backyard of a secluded boutique resort within the coronary heart of Milan. The temper was stylish and relaxed, the identical attributes of the luxurious assortment.
A way of treasured personalization outlined the items. Hand-crafted porcelain buttons punctuated the shirts and the linen outerwear types, whereas charms within the form of tiny fish embellished a straw hat. Cute embroideries made by hand popped up on the T-shirts and shirts; garment-dyed pants featured intriguing shade results, and a set with an athletic vibe that includes a short-sleeved hoodie matched with saggy shorts revealed a jacquard motif impressed by vintage carpets.
If the wealthy knitwear providing, together with striped and patchwork sweaters, exuded stylish coziness, the unfastened fits felt like nice choices for the best boys on the lookout for a dapper workplace uniform.
Distinctive, cool and romantic, the gathering suggests the inventive partnership between Curradi and Fouquet is a match made in vogue heaven.