True Survivor

Milan…Alessandro Dell’Acqua

A rebellious collection of fur outerwear, knit chain maille and fox tail accessories in muted neutrals put a spin on the broad-shouldered glam looks of the ‘80s club days. Dell’Acqua created looks for a survivor; dresses and tops of knit chain maille (enhanced with metallic lurex) and “breast-plates” belted over crystallized mineral-toned dresses were tough but chic. Fur-covered mini dresses in shades of nude combined with metallic and black elements. A lace and sheer silk chiffon mix on a sheath dress looked mysterious, with panels exposing bits of skin. Pointed toe heels combined crocodile, suede and chain maille, while hair tossed to one side completed the sophisticated rugged look.


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  • Isabella

    Definitely a ‘rebellious’ collection. The mix of soft nude, transparent fabrics with heavy knits and big furs makes quite the statement.

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