‘‘‘Enfant terrible metropolitane’’’
Originally, Genny was Arnaldo Girombelli’s shop in Ancona where he used to tailor skirts and pretty shirts for women in 1961. Things took quite a turn and in 1968 Girombelli was opening his first atelier and only five years later he hired Gianni Versace, who’ll work for Girombelly up until the 90’s and created the Byblos side brand. Prada acquired Genny in 2001, the former being acquired by Swinger International S.p.A. in 2011 in turn with the precise mission of bringing the Italian fashion back. Ever since 2011, Genny’s collections have been designed by Gabriele Colangelo and as for today, the brand is present in more than 150 retail shops. The S/S 2017 collection by Genny takes inspiration from a pagan age when women warriors fought bravely, imposing their femininity. Genny’s female warlords walked the runway covered in light, almost transparent gowns. The stylist Sara Cavazza Facchini suggests tracksuits with unique metallic details. Corsets and plissè fabrics, gowns made in organza, lurex, leather, mesh and chiffon; gowns tracksuits and slacks: all of these predominantly in icy colors such as blue to enhance a woman’s body.
Here’s the link to the complete runway: http://www.milanomodadonna.it/it/sfilate/7715/
Must have: A long white tracksuit with a deep cleavage and a metallic details such as a belt or a necklace. Continue reading clicking the below button Next >