‘‘Enfant terrible metropolitane’’
The famous Italian stylist Francesco Scognamiglio has often collaborated with the most prestigious fashion houses of the world such as Versace – this until 1998 when he decided to open his own atelier and start his own fashion business, finally making the breakthough thanks to his collection inspired to the 80’s presented at Palazzo Barberini. For his S/S 2017 collection, the Neapolitan artist combined a Neoclassic style with that of Imperial China, when comfy designs were enriched by gold and pearls, but he also added a Parisian touch, with those irresistible short adherent dresses, laces and sheer skirts embroidered or further embillished by delicate fabrics. Scognamiglio opts for tulle and chiffon, laces and silks: choices that helped highlight the floral prints (especially the Iris flower ) and make the entire collection look even more elegant. Not even the more girlish-looking pieces such as shorts, deep cleavage tops and skirts with side slits could alter the viewer’s perception of a romantic collection.
Here’s the link to the complete runway: http://www.milanomodadonna.it/it/sfilate/7713/
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