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Renzo Rosso is looking for a reasonably priced luxury line more orientated towards a young clientele who wants to dare with innovative
combinations in the materials and shapes of the clothes. This new Diesel collection was inspired by 1930s Jazz from New Orleans projected into a post-industrial dimension where the work-wear look with its second-hand appearance aims at elegant lines. The fabrics are artistically shrunk, the cloth seems almost stained, and the waistcoats are sexier and generously low-necked to look like the corsets of long ago. And there are tunics illuminated with dégradé sequin embroidery, shaded prints with a lived-in effect, satin jackets with little tails and extremely feminine suits. The DKNY woman reveals her most chic and metropolitan soul in line with the aesthetic codes of the company. A high-class but sparkling girl, sober but lively, who casually wears the little double-breasted bright red coats, the Chanel-style yet imaginative suits, the combinations of chicken feet and lines that frequently occur in the gaudy knitwear. Colour is, in fact, the key to the collection while the most striking part is the very feminine thin jersey wool dresses that wrap the body discreetly but extremely sensually. The unpretentious revamped midi skirts, one of the most elegant lengths, are interesting. Francisco Costa, creative director of Calvin Klein Womenswear, takes his inspiration from an imaginary journey in the Santa Fé desert for his latest collection. The experimental work on the fabrics and colours, all in shades of black alternated with the odd acid yellow and malachite green flash, is remarkable and gives surprising results. The silhouette is similar to that of many 1930s
artists and intellectuals. His woman is “elegant and eccentric” and the collection is an exultation of newly-fashioned aerodynamic
satin and velvet jackets, frock coats with asymmetric hems and tunics with false-looking buttoned panels, voluptuous sleeves
that form fabric wings at the back. For next winter Tommy Hilfiger presents a classic, balanced, pragmatic and optimistic collection on the catwalk. Classic in colour from camel for the trench coat with pelerine and a sandglass line, to honey-coloured coats with strawberry-red flashes for cocktail hour. Classic in the cashmere and denim combinations, knitwear and jersey, shearling and vintage jeans, and slightly glamorous in the draped and asymmetric dresses that glide fluidly over the body. The cashmere knits, fanned out with plissè and bat sleeves are worn over ankle-length trousers and Tommy brings back shoulder padding to enhance the silhouette of the powder-coloured dresses that are open at the back while the breasts can be glimpsed and the legs are exposed by wide splits. Aquascutum’s latest collection transmits a reassuring and almost protective sensation. The stylists have put together a wardrobe
that speaks of winning layering, overlapping and above all of rainproof clothes over cashmere garments. The patterns also tend to
overlap, especially the brightly-coloured floral prints. The new collection by Christopher Kane is sexy, clean and very sophisticated. Dresses that come to life on the body and for the body are the stylists main interest. The parade begins with shearling waistcoats and continues with coats and cardigans in Prince of Wales cloth and checks. It comes to a close with Grecian-style tunics whose transparency oozes with sensuality.