Jun 11, 2018 | By Nick Paget
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Milan: In their second season for Bally, designers Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz (formerly of Aquascutum) chose to honor the brand’s Swiss heritage with a chic twist on all things aprés ski. True to the brand’s reputation, outerwear, leather accessories and shoes were highlights. Items like a fur-trimmed anorak and platform hiking boots exhibited a skillful balance between the rugged Alpine slopes and big-city luxury. Similarly, a geometric eyelet motif (on punched out leathers and in used as a photo-print) and an Edelweiss jacquard recolored in punchy hues paid homage to and modernized the traditional textiles of the region. While most of the hemlines skirted around mid-thigh, a pair of diaphanous broom skirts were a welcome reference to the long and languid silhouette that is so much a part of the designers’ own heritage.
Color: Smoky teal / Mustard / Scarlet
Key Items: Soft turtleneck / Woven tee / Broom skirt / Matched skirt set / Shift dress / Fur vest / Duffle coat / Popover anorak
Print + Pattern: Houndstooth / Herringbone pinstripe / Photographic eyelet
Materials: Wool eyelet / Shearling / Goat fur / Punched-out leather / Tweed / Edelweiss jacquard
Details + Trim: Fur trim / Leather lining
Accessories + Footwear: Yeti boots / Slouchy gloves / Fur -trimmed doctor bag / Platform hiking booties
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