Stripes, tartan, pied de poule, flowers, black&white. And gold. This autumn/winter must have inspired “made in Naples” designers who have given them a Neapolitan twist.
Sarli has created wonderful clothes and haute couture ponchos with fashion stripes. For the night, the right word is : bare shoulders.
Gold, black and white for Roccobarocco, inspired by Pompei mosaics transformed into prints combined with stripes decorating short dresses and skirts to wear with pied de poule jackets.
Alessio Visone alternates total black with ivory, gold, and nude together with black and white stripes. Corduroys, chiffon, and paillettes, irregular or knee-lengths, tuxedo trousers, nude look shirts, diamond shaped coats and golden culottes.
Only gold for “Nude Armature” of Ferdinand, Ferdinando Borrelli. Wonderful night dresses rouge and noir inspired by Paris and the floral ones with a Japanese twist.
Maxi flowers for the ‘50s and ‘60s dresses of Bruno Caruso. Short dresses, lace skirts, satin and tulle matched with deep low-cuts or asymmetrical one-shoulder shirts in silver, blue, gold, black, pink, and red.
Mario Valentino chooses a urban chic mood with stiletto and killer heels, in nappa, kid, and pony skin.[charme-gallery]
A light cashmere with paillettes matched with stretch satin is proposed by Amina Rubinacci, together with bicolour jackets, stretch coats, decorated with flowers or lurex and paillettes.
Gold also for the “jewel-gloves” by Bianca D’Aniello, leather gloves enriched with multi-chains bracelets. To be weared with python décolleté with stiletto heel.
A mix of fabrics for Satriano Cinque, presenting also unique stripes and a garden blooming on dresses, skirts, and coats. Nice asymmetrical dresses, the überchic jumpsuits, and the tartan dresses.
Luciano Esposito of Vicoli Santi proposes trapeze dresses with jewel prints. For the night, lace, paillettes or crêpe, and peach coats.
Fabiana Ferri chooses bicolour sheath dresses, satin dresses reshaping the silhouette, and long dresses.
Cannella presents coats and jackets passepartout and flared dresses in different fabrics, from pied de poule to florals.
Bright fluo nuances and acetate for the collection Silvian Heach Eyewear, full of floral retro wide glasses or squared and modern ones.
Mariano e Luca Rubinacci choose pied de poule and tartan for both men and women on long coats or trousers. The shades are warm and cozy.
Pied de poule and wool with check prints are characteristics of Harmont&Blaine, together with the brand new reversible shirt or the “Connection-Parka” , suited for the earset.[charme-gallery]
Luigi Borrelli chooses tweed and cashmere for men, in green and camel, blue and white nuances, for his made to measure classic suits.
An outstanding care of details for the exclusive hand made suits by Sartoria Sabino, a guarantee of elegance since 1928.
A natural elegance for the refined and retro creations of Sartoria Partenopea, with a dandy twist. 100% cashmere coats, wool and silk jackets with checks.
Orazio Luciano of La Vera Sartoria Napoletana chooses single buttoned suits with vintage prints and pea coats with narrow neck and oversize pockets.
Paolo Scafora proposes hand made men shoes in cordovan and American alligator, with soft mink and ermine linings. The shades are inspired by the falling leaves of Central Park.
A real must: Marinella silk ties, with small dots, regimental, or micro prints. For the ladies, foulards with prints dedicated to the four seasons, the symbols of Naples, or lucky charms.
Craftsmanship and luxury are a must for Real Luxury, creating made to measure suits, jackets, shirts, and ties, like the limited edition Ad Maiora.