May 23, 2019 | By Alice Gividen
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Milan: Stefania Bandiera gave her own interpretation of the Seventies with a super feminine collection inspired by icons Bianca Jagger and Ursula Andress. Long silhouettes, trapeze shapes and an array of chandelier earrings and brooches defined the elegant and feminine mood of the lineup. There were plenty of flared trousers paired with tunic tops and cosily shaped knits. Bandiera paid homage to Spanish artist Pablo Picasso; his famous painting ‘Harlequin’ was used as pattern inspiration in long cardigans, jackets and maxi-dresses. Knitwear came in different shapes and materials and it was the highlight of this eclectic collection – long shaggy cardigans stood out while rollnecks came embroidered and slipping off the shoulders highlighting the sexy vibe of the collection. – Diego Sanchez
Theme: Chic and Glossy Seventies
Key Items: Long cardigans / Diamond patterned cardigans / Chiffon blouses with billowy sleeves / Fluid high-waisted trousers / Flared trousers / Cosily-shaped knits / Diamond rollneck / Long skirts / Trapeze tops / Cropped trousers / Printed coats
Colour: Grey / Ivory / White / Black / Orange / Silver
Materials and Trims: Fur / Velvet / Leather / chiffon / Embroidery / Lurex / Crochet / Crystal embellishment / Wool / Mohair
Print and Pattern: Psychedelic florals / Picasso’s diamond print
Accessories and Footwear: Long scarves / Chandelier earing / Art-deco brooches / Knee length boots / Diamond clutches / high-heeled sandals
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