Riccardo Tisci showcases geometrical Bauhaus shapes with ethnic patterns, an evolution from the women’s Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show. He pushes the boundary between masculinity and femininity like in a wood frame print top paired with a long pleated wool skirt accented by triangle cut-outs. The mosaic pixel print, inspired by Gustav Klimt’s use of bright colors, is worn as a men’s pantsuit or mixed as full-looks in dresses, tops and skirts.
Red, beige and black intertwine with earthy tones of okra, copper and saffron. The horizontal striped top and skirt in knitted jacquard juxtaposes a biker men’s coat. The buckle that made its first appearance in the women’s Spring/Summer 2014 fashion show is reworked on rings, bracelets and belts. The pyramid bags in mink and leather adopt a taller shape for a more urban look. The new and smaller Rave bag is paired with a printed and sequins-embroidered dress.
With a surrealist touch, the long trompe l’oeil sequins-printed pleated dresses are worn with fox, beaver and marmot fur. The new collection is a juxtaposition of colors, shapes and materials with contrasting tribal and geometric prints.