Introspection, the power of light as the creator of the color spectrum and its association with the elements of nature have been our keys to the new REFLECTIONS Fall Winter 21/22 collection
Reflections was born from the need to eliminate excesses and attract tranquility; to stop in a world oversaturated with stimuli and information.
The search for detail and the contemplation of the landscape and the environment have allowed us to squeeze a sound, a sensation, a thought, even something as intangible as light falling on objects, elements that become the source of inspiration for the collection.
WE ASSOCIATE EACH COLOR TO AN ELEMENT OF NATURE AND IN IT WE FIND TEXTURES, FINISHES AND VOLUMES THAT GIVE MEANING TO EACH GARMENT.
This season we start a new blank page to write a new chapter: new white pages born from the need to eliminate excesses and attract tranquility; to stop in a world oversaturated with stimuli and information.
Sand tones lead to calm, transmit spirituality and balance. In this new chapter we find soft and neutral textures and volumes, which transport us to a universe free of visual burdens.
For centuries rose quartz has been a symbol of unconditional love and infinite peace, it invokes self-esteem and self-confidence. In this new color block we wanted to pay tribute to this mineral with different options of shapes, fabrics and styles so that each of us can choose our best version.
Mint green conveys serenity and harmony, relaxation of the body and mind... Sensations that translate into textures and fabrics that take us back to the purity and sweetness of childhood.
Mint green conveys serenity and harmony, relaxation of body and mind... Sensations that translate into textures and fabrics that remind us of the purity and sweetness of childhood.
Intense colors have always been protagonists in our collections and this season they come with more shades than ever. In this color capsule we have been inspired by the sensations caused by the contemplation of the environment at dawn.
If we look at the Earth from space, it's easy to guess why we also call it a blue planet. But if we see it as blue, it is not because of the water itself, but because of how our eyes perceive the refraction and absorption of light.
The key to the Ocean capsule lies in the different shades that our eyes are able to perceive through the sea.