The catwalk assembled in Cinema Odeon Theatre, in Florence, was taken by the magic, with giant balloons representing crystal balls, while the little ones walked outfits that are the trend for the next season.
Geometric prints were the stars of the collection, appearing in dresses, shorts, trousers and coats
The pieces mostly feature substantial fabrics but they don’t let the looks get heavy. The denim appears in details and applications, while the velvet was mixed to jersey to give lightness to the pieces.
Bright colors highlighted key parts of the collection, with a mix of turquoise and yellow, and the appliques of Pom-Pom (classics of the brand) appear in a multicolored version for the girls. For the boys, fabrics and colors have reference in the english college.
Among the key pieces for next Autumn/Winter is a striped jumpsuit for girls with an old-fashioned late 1970s typically Parisian feel and a faux-fur mini cape that adds timeless elegance to dresses in precious fabrics.
For the boys, a T-shirt with magical crystal balls, a duffel coat in tartan teddy fleece and a jacket in double- layer canvas with a matching multi-pocket gilet.
Check out a little bit of what happened there!
Compulsive reader, tv series addicted, pet lover and probably the most curious person in the world.
We want to hear your opinion, leave a message
Set in a paradisiacal beach, with horseback ridings and walks on the sand, the spring vibe is almost palpable while looking at the images of Roberto Cavalli Junior Spring 2017 Campaign! ...Read more
Raphaela Buck, from São Paulo, Brazil, is a success wherever she goes with her looks, assembled with the help of mom, the stylist Elga Buck. So much success is not strict to the streets that she walks. The five-year-old girl also rocks on the Internet and has 103K followers on her Inst...Read more
In our last participation at Pitti Bimbo, while checking the news from one space to another, a brand caught our attention for its clothes with simple cuts, minimalist prints and a flirt with the no gender style. As ...Read more