Suppleness and fluidity
Everyday ease elegantly expressed, with full volumes favoured for bottoms:
- fluid and springy cotton-viscose
- silky crepes in cellulosic blends
- supple silk-linen blends
- shivering creponned fabrics
- lightweight, linen-wool suitings
- washed denims
Transparency for outer layers, to superimpose for silhouette contrast. Jackets and tops, dresses, apron-dresses, overalls and shirts are given new, all-light interpretations.
- organdy and organza with cut-yarn motifs
- semi-opaque gauzes
- iridescent translucent techniques
- ultra-light shirtings
- second-skin knits
Linen – subtly but surely – emerges as an obvious partner for the poorly-ironed and slightly rumpled aspect it provides.
Imperfect visuals, little slubs and discreet textures, a celebration of not-smooth and crunchy fabrics, for new shape interpretations.
- slubbed linen twills
- brittle silk shantungs
- dense, snapping cotton poplins
- irregular linen knits
A focus on silhouette-topping pieces! Coats, blousons and jackets are enriched with decoration and jacquards, are printed and over-embroidered, to bring fantasy into everyday.
- wide-striped weavings
- dry and supple raffia
- printed silky synthetics
- over-embroidered techniques
- lined lace and guipure