“Looking at a 1970’s way to do fabric from the 18th century”, it’s no wonder Alessandro Michele can drive himself mental during the design process. Thankfully, madness can be a blessing. Especially it’s held accountable for dreaming up such a far fetched, yet absolutely sensible, amalgamation of patterns, textures, periods and personalities. A heavily studded floral leather motorcycle jacket, paired with a billowy pink bow and accessorized with loafers and oversized glasses, is just one example of the boyish, punkish nerdy cool looks that has us swooning over this collection.
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