Arthur Arbesser draws attention on himself through colored pattern which are repeated on the gaments.
N21 expresses its beauty through transparency and lightness building flesh-colored clothes that fall on the body.
Sportmax plays with patterns realizing geometric shapes that fit well on female shapes.
Fendi proposes a woman more confident of herself through longitudinal and transverse lines characterized by the alternation of bright colors and underexposed colors.
Prada doesn’t use classical shapes, but experiments with prints and sleeves all supported by a big red skirt.
Gucci proposes a new stereotype of man more introvert in my opinion but aware of being a step ahead of others.
As always Versace’s woman prevails over the others by using gold and iron on the outfits, giving us that wild west feeling.
The pure soul of Jil Sander manifests itself in the clothes and in the model that wears them on the catwalk, though we are tricked in the movement of the knit.
Max mara is based on the simplicity of forms and uses soft colors, creating a strong woman who doesn’t need to draw attention; she doesn’t need it.
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