I’m sure that many of you remember Mario Chiarella, the emerging designer I met in September (during the Milan fashion week) who surprised me with his total white collection made of sculpture silhouettes and origami applique.
I was literally shocked when I saw the look-book of the new Mario Chiarella collection: I was expecting geometric and minimal clothes with faded colors, but I found a femme fatale who expresses her sensuality through the transparency of the black laminate lace, the fire red cashmere cloth, the jacquard weaves, the watercolor floral prints on silk and the fur applications. All the top high-quality materials, symbol of the Made in Italy excellence.
As accessories, handmade sculpture metal belts, as well as special applications developed in collaboration with Trebosi nail reconstruction company, in order to make abstract flowers inspired by the brush strokes of Vincent Van Gogh.
– I love to get in the game, I like to change. For me fashion is a game without rules, a dream without limits.