Artistic Director: Alessandro Dell’AcquaInspiration: Dressed to Kill, inspired by Brian de Palma’s film.Collection: A collection that highlights sensuality, with items that unzip revealing the backs and a shoulder of models. The trench coat is at the centre of this ultra-feminine wardrobe. Women are irresistible and mysterious, silhouettes are refined and cuts are clean. The colour palette is dominated by beige, camel and black illuminated with sequins.Materials are luxurious with a touch of couture (organza, tulle, silk and Duchess satin).Focus on the faux fur coat, on latex tops and on lingerie (bras and high waisted knickers) that we assume the models are wearing.Note: Dresses with pieces of material that can be tied in a bow or a train, the nightdress with thin straps and an open back worn over a pair of trousers.+ Creased effect on a dress with a low back+ Tulle skirt embroidered with glitter+ A green bustier dress with a bow on the back+ Heeled mulesInterview with Alessandro Dell'Acqua:This season I started with the movie of Brian de Palma, Dressed to Kill. I love the atmosphere of this movie. I love the trench, I am ready for the trench. This collection is very unusual for me because it’s completely sexiness, a lot of sexiness in the back, in priority. The dress is transformable for me because I have the zip, with the coat, with the knitwear, with the leather, with the skirt. Because for me this collection is very “thriller”, it’s like the movie from Dario Argento or a Hitchcock situation, but I like the suspense, the suspense on the back in this collection. The attitude for me is very important, the dress is very clean, it’s very soft, but there is a lot of unusual details, and the material is completely couture, we have some radzimill, duchesse, faux fur, I love a lot this collection because for me it’s completely different, it’s a women more consapevole (consciente).Music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).
N°21 - Women's Autumn/Winter 2019/20 Show in Milan (with interview)
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