The High Fashion parade at the station, Mergellina turns on the catwalk

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The event was one of those to mark on your calendar. It’s not, of course, every day to see a double-glam fashion show, too set in one of the locations most representative made in Naples. To host “Double side“, which saw the runway show the elegant woman set to sign Luciano Esposito, fashion designer brand “Vicoli Santi” and the male outfits Eugenio Ravo, was in fact the lobby of the historic Mergellina station.

An unusual open space, overflowing with guests and curious, that was the setting for the Fall Winter collection 2014-15 of the two designers Naples. For the occasion, Esposito, proposed exclusive total look feminine and underground, whose strong point is definitely the usability. The protagonists of the show, the big sweatshirt “twisted”, reminiscent of the thick wool sweaters “old style”, in this case, enriched with micro-paillettes silver coloured sequins paired with cigarette pants or fuseau.

[charme-gallery]And then, puffer jackets fabric chanel and technical, to show off on-line dresses embellished with details of prints jewel. Nuance dominant black, white and dark blue, with more geometric prints and details in gold. Blouses, suitable for every occasion, they have embroidered collars, prints and effect “i see/i do not see” one color and you wear over leggings or skirts and high-waisted trousers 50s. For the evening, a riot of dresses in lace or sequins with plunging necklines and short coats in peach with asymmetric or cloth and velor fabric chanel black and white.

Man of Eugenio Ravo, however, according to the tradition started by his father Luigi, opt for full jacquard tuxedo with bow ties gingham, complete with blue pinstripes night or slim, jackets technical fabric with interior tartan and other double-breasted with wide lapels jackets, microquadretti, shirts line tightened, coats and corduroy cigarette pants. And to close the show, a tight classic, synonymous with elegance and exclusivity watchwords of both applauded collections.

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