When I first looked at this collection the only thing I can think of is wow I love everything about this. I love the vibe that the designer created the street style-chic, the logos, the patterning, the mixing of the fabrics, printed scarves worn as head accessories, the huge glasses all came together to give the collection the “Je ne suis quoi” that is so glamorously chic.
Pierpaolo Piccioli mentions the inspiration was the ’70s for eclectic fashion inspiration. “Baroque, Pasolini, angels, pagans—in all these layers together lies the beauty of Roma,” Piccioli tells Vogue. “There is a harmony of many things.”
Tailored styles are also aplenty in the collection – from structured A-line dresses to oversized blazers, the eclectic mix is somehow seamlessly brought together by a sincere homage to a truly golden decade of fashion. Along with the impeccably cut pieces, flowing fabrics are also used for the floor-length frocks and wrap dresses.
This was one of those shows where it was difficult for me to pinpoint my favourite looks- they were all so cool. I can see myself wearing all the looks in this collection , however one of my favourites was the blue jumper, paired with patterned blue pants, white sneakers, brick coloured bag, big hexagon styled glasses and a headscarf in the same brick colour. The whole outfit came together so well.
Another favourite of mine was the white button down dress that was belted at the waist. Paired with neck scarf, head scarf and the same hexagon huge glasses, and of course a white bag. Looks so simple but very put together.
The designer did a great job at representing Rome’s style and creating a look that is both effortless and extremely put together. Gorgeous!