Antonio Marras

Autumn-Winter 2014/15 – Hitting a more gothic scene, Antonio Marras’s line touched on a more fantasy/fairytale story.

An extremely masculine line, despite including items of mini dresses and skirts, the idea of heavy materials and even heavier emblems tells a story.

The presentation of the line has a very statement and bold edge to it whilst at the same time attempting to push boundaries.

By blending the statement, dominating figure of the wolf with the feminine idea of a floral theme gives the impression of fantasy and reality, good and evil. This is what holds fashion in such a high palette.

The asymmetric shapes with the detailing of block colours on the pinstripe suits, breaks up the formality; whilst the sheer materials elegantly reflects the shapes.

The shoes are extremely masculine, yet practical. The detailing on them reflect the elements within the outfits.

Artistic but questioning.

 

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Written by Amy Evans

Graduated from University College Falmouth with a Bachelors Degree in Journalism. I have a large weakness for fashion and a love for designers as well as a strong passion for writing and blogging. With experience working at London Fashion Week, a fashion blog up and running and previous work published, I am prepared to take the Fashion Journalism world by storm!


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