A mix of traditional and experimental knitwear for the upcoming spring/summer season.
No matter if it’s a cold or hot season, for those of you who did not think you could wear head-to-toe knits for a cozy-chic casual outfit, think again. Cardigans are every season must have garment and a trend promoted by designers and styled in updated ways by many celebrities on the social media. The following brands all invested in knitwear and details of the garments as an important sector of Made in Italy.
The main feature of this brand is its exclusive craftsmanship and embellishments. Its woman has a minimal and clean style, tailored and essential, with an oriental touch in the cuts and in the prints.
Knitwear in blue nuances and grey, striped shirts with crew neck and V-neck, kimono and jackets made with the best yarns such as silks, cottons, scotch thread and cashmere blend.
The knitwear-couture brand is entirely Made in Italy. It tells the tail of dreams and nature, through garments and fabrics. They create soft but sculptural garments, combining traditional craftsmanship and innovation.
The collection ‘cruel kindness’ plays with merino wool in its many aspects and consistencies, from bouclé, extra fine fiber, chunky or mixed with hairy Alpaca. Knitted total look, completed of wool bouclé reversible padded outerwear, have lively lines.
The jersey wool and the leather in the collection are a trait d’union: technical and sporty when mixed with the nylon and more elegant when is mixed with the chiffon.
Ethnical and pop jacquards colors and fantasies are all mixed together taking inspiration from the 90’s. Virginia mixes her pop attitude with unusual glam accents in an extraordinary contemporary, playful but sensual ensemble.
‘Don’t be scared anymore’ (Non avere più paura) is inspired from a little horror movie for a magic freak atmosphere.
The collection is entirely Made in Italy and is composed of printed cardigans, skirts and dresses on silk and viscose satin and knitwear in merino wool. Mustard colored tights and sleeveless dresses with wing neck and front pearl buttons for a 30s/40s inspired cozy-chic look.
Edited by Miriam El Hachem