Designer Simona Marziali presented MRZ‘s Spring Summer 2021 collection that explores contrasts between rigor and creativity, past and present. The collection was inspired by artist Alberto Burri’s famous series “I Sacchi“, and it blends urban style with a rural dimension to create a modern elegance full of visual contrasts. Fashion photographer Francesco Bonasia captured MRZ‘s Spring Summer 2021 lookbook featuring model Ughy Gelgotaite. In charge of styling was Maria Giulia Riva.
“Mannish cut knitted tailleur, return an oversized silhouette, never exaggerated, emblem of a contemporary femininity. Original workings interrupt the continuity of the surface and create a three-dimensionality with patterned, openwork and floating points. The rigor of the suits is contrasted by the knitwear, with a deliberately raw, unfinished appearance, which is enhanced, just like the matter of the worn-out jute pieces never hidden or confused with layers of color in Burri’s canvases. The collection is made up of a capsule linked to the world of sportswear, to underline the concept of a relaxed elegance with volumes taken to the extreme, but no less rigorous, according to the stylistic codes of MRZ.” – From MRZ
Written and Directed by Bonasia&Narcisi
Designer Simona Marziali
Styling Maria Giulia Riva
Model Ughy Gelgotaite
Photo Francesco Bonasia
Courtesy of © MRZ / MAXIMILIAN LINZ