KRIZIA THE 2018 SPRING SUMMER COLLECTION Parte Seconda @Mirogliogroup @eventinews24
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Art, lightness, colour:
here is Per Te by Krizia’s take on summer
It is a collection inspired by 20th-century art.
The squares and geometric shapes evoke the graphic designs of the Suprematist paintings by Malevich.
The gold-coloured prints pay homage to Paul Klee’s fascinating creations.
The collection’s themes develop over four atmospheres.
We have the timeless graphic contrast of blacks and whites, brightened by polish red.
The sparkle of copper and gold to embellish fabrics and knitwear.
The animal patterns spruce up with bright colours.
The patchwork-effect jeans join forces with the seductive and precious elegance of lace, for a high-impact contrast.
The deep, warm colour of cocoa comes together with tribal inspiration prints for an elegantly ethnic look.
Let’s take a look at the characterising elements of the collection.
Starting with the colours.
The freshness of the summery hues is accentuated by the vivacity of the multi-coloured prints, which create caftans and extremely personal total looks.
The must-have tones for the summer – yellow, blue, and pink – step in among the ranks of highly expressive hues even from an emotional viewpoint, like cornflower blue and red.
And now let’s talk about the fabrics.
Summer calls for coolness, and so we have linen, silk, and cotton voile.
And it also calls for beauty: so then comes lamé, fil coupé, and lace.
And comfort, with the shirts made out of light and valuable yarn, embellished by personalised interlacing.
What about the designs?
Here it runs the gamut of the imagination, going from extremely colourful and pop designs to jacquard microdesigns, and from typically masculine stripes to animal print where tigers and leopards transform the lace into their new hunting ground.
The contours are inspired by the model of perfection par excellence: the woman. This explains the volumes that go beyond expectations in terms of comfort, practicality, femininity and meticulous details.
This is Per Te by Krizia’s take on summer.