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F/W 2019 at White Milano, all the new features of Xacus women’s shirts

White Milano has long been the ideal marketplace where womenswear becomes inspiration, fusion, creativity and trend-setting.


From 22 to 25 February Xacus, too, will stop off in this women’s fashion trend showcase, to present a preview of the new Fall/Winter 2019 collection. For its women’s shirts, this collection focuses on the elegance of white, the perfect icon and distinguishing feature of the brand. There are also tunic tops and shirtdresses that reinterpret the latest, cutting-edge trends with a mix of prints, flannels and checks.


Cross-cutting styles and new fits, ranging from slim to regular through classic men’s shirts reinterpreted in a more feminine key, right down to playing with oversize volumes: these are some of the new features taking shape in the new garments and shirts designed for women.


But the big star of the new year is the designer Alessia Xoccato, chosen by Xacus as creative director of the women’s range starting from the next Fall/Winter season.

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