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MFW: BLUMARINE Spring Summer 2021 Ready To Wear

Nicola Brognano made his runway debut as Blumarine’s new creative director.

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Blumarine new creative director, Nicola Brignano was looking at the archive, for Italian brand’s Spring Summer 2021 collection. Giving the collection an attitude of fresh femininity, of a seductive and playful ease, Brognano is looking at the archive through a young and personal lens.

SPRING SUMMER 2021 COLLECTIONS

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I wanted to tell my personal memory of Blumarine. When I was a kid, I used to buy fashion magazines to see the collections, and to see what the Blumarine’s collection was like. I wanted to tell the story of a woman who loves to play with the multifaceted aspects of her personality: romanticism and sensuality; vulnerability and strength; lightness and intensity… without excesses.
– Nicola Brognano, Creative Director

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The Blumarine woman shows her flair for romance wearing short hem-ruffled slipdresses in flimsy chiffon, printed with delicate motifs of roses and butterflies. She is seductive in butterfly-shaped tops encrusted with Swarovski crystals, paired with plissé miniskirts and fringed high-heeled boots. Resplendent in silk minidresses embroidered with tiny roses, sweet-looking as pastel-hued candies, she looks delightful. Her modern, strong side is highlighted by tight, slim denims, sparkling with precious embroideries and worn with cropped or one-shouldered versions of the iconic BluVi cardigan.

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Rich embellishments are one of Blumarine’s glamourous trademarks, beautifying linear, slender shapes, almost minimal in their ‘90s ease. The bias-cut slipdresses; the lithe yet tight silhouettes; the sexy pencil skirts enhanced by plays of tiny ruffles.

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The collection mixies animal prints and florals, zebra and butterflies, as an expressive exercise of eccentric freedom. The color palette of soft pastels is counterbalanced by accents of dramatic black; hues of mint green, candy pink, glacé blue and cream hint at the Rococo flair for pâtisserie of a young Marie Antoinette, enjoying macarons listening to Bow Wow Wow, as seen in Sofia Coppola’s eponymous movie.

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Seduction and romance; a strong, modern, self-confident sense of femininity. For the Blumarine woman, fashion is a creative game to freely express her multifaceted, ever-changing personality.

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