From shirts to dresses: glam touches for the A/W 2018 women’s collection


The white shirt, re-designed in new styles and new uses, is the starting point for the autumn-winter 2018 women’s collection. Classical tailoring elements, such as buttons, placket, long sleeves and collar have been replaced with new details, while lengths and volumes have increased. This has transformed the shirt into a dress, with lots of details and glam, elegant styles. This season, we have conceived designs for women who want to feel free to wear something new every day, who want to feel feminine but with no lack of comfortable wardrobe choices.

Beatrice, Gaia and Eleonora are the feature dresses in this collection. Each one is unique when it comes to the harmonious combination of materials, colours and shapes, and all three are perfect for everyday wear as well as for all those occasions where simple elegance is needed.

Beatrice with its no-fuss, simple design is a women’s dress that takes its inspiration from the tunic, standing out for its egg-shaped design, wide cowl collar and three-quarter sleeves with small slits in the cuffs. This dress is made in soft cotton flannel with a deep grey pinstripe, making it perfect for colder weather as well as for office wear.

Gaia and Eleonora on the other hand, have larger volumes that add a romantic always-glam touch. Gaia is an elegant shirt dress that stands out for its straight, three-quarter sleeves and clean, rounded neckline. The particular ruffled front and concealed welt pockets on the hip create a more dynamic effect on the skirt. The light stretch poplin material alternates two shades of grey for a striped result. Gaia is a cool dress for those occasional days of milder weather, maybe under a leather jacket and with black ankle boots to create an urban chic result. Eleonora is a dress in the same shape as Gaia, but with puffed sleeve and a knee-length bell skirt. The warm tones of soft pink flannel make this the perfect dress to add a touch of colour to the early winter season.

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