Arthur Arbesser presented his Fall Winter 2016 womenswear collection for Iceberg during the Milano Fashion Week. The collection is inspired by Superstudio architects’ geometric experiments with squares, distinctive eccentricity of Japanese street style and the Italian Club Kids of the 90’s.
Arthur Arbesser, creative director of womenswear for the brand, draws from classic Superstudio design and singles out its distinctive grid pattern, turning it into the central theme of the Iceberg collection. Knitwear, the traditional and fundamental backbone of the brand, shaped in patchwork games in tones of black of white, while outerwear of the oversize line boasts checked patterns, the natural evolution of the grid, available in shades of yellow, pale blue and pink. Iceberg means knitwear. Rays of light, vinyl and silver. Maxi cardigans in wool blend, pieces composed of multicoloured strips in knit fabric and tops in lurex with textile inserts, the perfect expression of the brand’s DNA. The Iceberg logo all over is the distinguishing feature of blousons and cotton trousers, and is used in cubic lettering to decorate knitwear, flowing trousers and accessories such as mini bags and footwear. The colours of the collection are warm: bright red, shocking pink, fuchsia, orange, powder pink and rich wine. Combinations, always in matching shades, follow no rules: fun and formal carefreeness rule, constraints are banished. – from Iceberg
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