Life isn’t black and white, so why should fashion be?

Oscar De La Renta


Dennis Basso

Chromatic polyphony is beyond doubt the defining trend of the season. Traditional dark and muted winter colors are giving way on designers’ palettes to shades of every range – startling, anticonventional, provocative choices from a dream world. From blazing red, to intense pink and fuchsia, nothing is reminiscent of cold and darkness. The colors – in bold, imaginative combinations – are a raucous response to the deafening silence of muted monochrome and the antidote to stylistic senescence. They’re storming the catwalks, scattering brushstrokes of fantasy on the wardrobe, breathing optimism into day-to-day life, spreading an aura of positivity in the heart of spring.

Thom Browne

Fur flirts with color and is glorified in the most original ways! It travels to exotic destinations, inspired by multicolored flowers and birds of paradise, taking form in unique creations. It wraps the modern woman in a veil of luxury and exoticism, making her the heroine in a magical fairytale where there is always room for more enchantment, more intensity, more imagination – far, far away from clichés and stereotypes.

Simonetta Ravizza


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