Check out the inspired prints and airy fabrics in the Evening Collection where retro spirit meets ultra modern. This coming summer, Patrizia Pepe is sending out a breath of fresh air and lots of positive attitude in clothes that have a brand new story to tell, full of colour, iconic images and original details.
A wardrobe inspired by spur-of-the-moment, free styling where different pieces can be easily combined and worked together in a versatile and highly personal statement combination of different materials, colours and graphics.
The focus on patterns has brought to life a multitude of pretty designs from the all-over butterflies, dogs & elephants to the more geometrical themes featuring optical circles and multicolour stripes, or a stylised romantic touch with floral bouquets and mini vintage cars.
Fabrics range from classic silk and Georgette to Ottoman cotton textures and muslins, switching playfully between these and other equally comfortable and ultra-light crêpe de Chine, bamboo voile and sable.
The lines conjure up images of 1950’s allure, fitting the female form with the same tailored precision, nipping the waist and bringing the fabrics to life with corolla detailing or gently draping, for a body-conscious era that still yearns for the glamour and seduction of its icons.
In this original, multicoloured vision, the colour palette paints pictures in natural whites, street beige, vanilla ice and wall grey alongside other brighter, breezier shades such as coral rose, candy yellow, ice blue and road violet, not forgetting the firm favourite: jet black.
Last but not least, the accessories round off the total look through shiny/matt effect twisting and a combination of prints bringing the colour block concept back to the fore in a new language of colours and patterns. The same quietly confident and highly creative rhythm beats in the iconic motifs on the wedge sandals, clutches, belts and scarves, to be teamed with stylish jewellery in which unexpected fluo accents combine with polished flowers, wood and transparent PVC.
So, what do you think? Do you like it?