Marco de Vincenzo brought his colorful SS 2020 collection to the Milanese Darsena, an engaging way to talk to all types of women and bring elegance and classicism to a bourgeois environment without necessarily having to touch streetwear that has now infected all the fashion sectors.
The monochrome garments have followed in spectacular fashion aligned according to the spectrum of visible and unseen colors, starting from black, passing through red, yellow, green, turquoise up to violet, worn by Hannah Elyse, for a total of 47 heads.
In the collection you can find all the archetypes of the female wardrobe, such as the pinafore dress, the cocktail dress, the tube skirt and plissé soleil, the sheath dress, the suit or the bustier top. All made with shiny, pleated fabrics, with iridescent details and folds that are articulated in natural and animal shapes, by laser processing or embossing.
But in addition to the spectacular nature of the total, the beauty of this show can also be found in the details: from ice-creams of the same color as the dress paraded by the models, which echo the swirling shapes of some pieces of the collection, to crystal tears, to super colored eyelashes, with wedges covered with shiny stones.
Front row guests Alice Pagani, who sports as always, this time together with Pyrex total black outfits signed by the designer, and Levante, also a big fan of the brand.