Frankie Morello

Spring-Summer 2015 – Maurizio Modica and Pierfrancesco Gigliott unveiled an anti-war collection. Jumpers and outerwear featured images of bomb explosions, which reminisced the theme of the range. Orange and blue added a pop of colour and lightened the mood of the show. The fashion event had a strong message, as models donned sweaters that contained ‘Make art not war’ slogans. The collection may have also been inspired by ancient Greece, as the pictures of Greek statues and the Greek Gods were printed on tops. Tailored blazers had a shattered glass and mirror effect that made the monochrome outfits stand out.

 

Thuvika Ganesh

Written by Thuvika Ganesh

An aspiring journalist who is devoted to fashion and believes that fashion is not just about that Little Black Dress, but the society that we live in, as Coco Chanel once said, "Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only." A second year Journalism student at University of the Arts London.


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