Latest collection from Altuzarra just as many other this season was conceived during the global lockdown period, Designer Joseph Altuzarra found inspiration in his lockdown reading material. One of the books inspiring Joseph the most was Dune, a 1965 novel by Frank Herbert. Altuzarra team shared:
Set against the raw backdrop of the space, the collection combines divergent emotions of ease and polish, expressed in a range of designs that evolve through the show. Joseph embraced volume for Spring in new shirtdress and skirt designs, along with a classic trench updated with ballooning sleeves. The cathartic silhouettes meet restrained volume through wrapping, darting, and billowing yet refined peplums. Knits were rethought with wrapped bodices, cold shoulders, and self-covered multi-button details that offer versatile wearability. Committed to sustainable innovation in design, the collection includes a colorful knitted capsule that upcycles deadstock fabrics from past seasons, creating one-of-a-kind pieces.
Discover all the looks from Altuzarra Spring Summer 2021 womenswear collection in our gallery: