Mar 11, 2019 | By Georgie Hyatt
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Milan: A relative newcomer, Italian designer Marco de Vincenzo is quickly becoming adept at focusing on one concept and seeing it through to a satisfying conclusion. His obsession for Spring was knitwear, but not just ordinary sweaters or stretchy pants. Instead, hand-painted, dimensional spiral cable-knit dresses clung to the body, their lines drawing the eye and flattering the figure. More difficult, but still unique, were knit leggings straight out of a surrealist ski-chalet, embellished with raised twin cables and paired with a coordinated tunic top. In an impressive finale to this experimental yet honed collection, de Vincenzo succeeded using metallic treatments to elevate his work for evening, closing on a long-sleeve knit dress slit to the thigh and armored with strips of gold paint.—Nina Stotler
Silhouette: Slim / Body conscious
Color: Metallics / Black / White / Gray / Aqua / Rose / Yellow
Key Items: Stretch knit dresses / Asymmetric zippered jackets and vests / Cropped knit pants / Pencil skirts
Materials: Stretch jersey / Knits / Leather / Chiffon
Print + Pattern: Hand-painted ombré / Trompe l’oeil geometrics
Details + Trim: Zippers / Pleating
Accessories + Footwear: Thin belts / Ankle strap stiletto heels
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