Discover Gabriele Colangelo‘s Fall Winter 2019.20 Collection, that uses ink and bleach technique and it translates this visual tonal alteration into a palpable contrast between diverse fibers, presented on Saturday February 23rd, during the recently finished Milan Fashion Week.
“A contrast in materials is also reflected through a suggestion of contrasts in weights.Double wool in a check variety is used for coats with a slightly off and rounded shoulder and a narrow waist; sanded cotton twill is used for oversized shirt jackets and paired with slight pleats peeking under gabardine wrap skirts or crinkled crepe round sheets for fluid dresses. Soft nappa, in tones of honey, caramel and ice-white, alternates for blouses and trousers with unlined mink overcoats discolored and teal green, made with selected SAGA FURS that stands for the highest welfare standard, fully sustainable and traceable.
The silhouette is long and loose, sometimes rippled from light draperies, restrained by metal rings covered in leather; vertical lines emerge from ribbed wool that create overproportioned knitwear collected at the waist. Plain leather combined with colored shearling form oversized bags. Knee high boots show a squared plant highlighted by contrasting welt and sandals crafted with woven lists bare the foot.“
Photography by Yannis Vlamos / Images courtesy of Gabriele Colangelo