Design Catwalk
David Hockney’s pool series meet Lucio Vanotti talent

A collection perfect for a feature published on the first issues of WALLPAPER Magazine, do you remember the first editions art directed by Tyler Brûlé? (Now editor in chief of Monocle)… I’m talking bout the magnificent editions that I used to collect because I loved the amazing choice of fashion and design selection. Lucio Vanotti has created a collection that remind me the perfection, in order of style consistency, of those publications, the POOL Spring Summer 2014 presents garments where every detail refers to a polished and high tailoring work.
“For SS14, Lucio Vanotti explores the dimensional interplay of silhouettes, by dissecting his collection into two interwoven sections. This dissection allows for contrast and interaction, without eliminating a dialogue on sur- faces and texture. A more understated group of willful garments, consists of black, white, grey and blue notes, expressively contradicted by striped fabrics, minimal squares and small hole details. The classical jacket is deconstructed, allowing for the arms to be removed, to add onto the boxy feel of the collection.
Loosely inspired by the likes of Brancusi, David Hockney’s pool series and Carl An- dré’s rigid sculptures, the other section of SS14 is notably lighter, breezy and rather intimate. Here garments are centered around a colour-palette of creams, hued pinks and notes of rust. The under- stated pool water and egg/sky prints provide a further graphic edge to the minimalist feel of both groups. Overall the surfaces are maintained a little grainy, to resemble a metaphorical second skin.”

A collection presented at White perfect for a feature published on the first issues of Wallpaper Magazine, do you remember the first editions art directed by Tyler Brûlé? (Now editor in chief of Monocle)… I’m talking about the magnificent editions that I used to collect after the amazing Brûlé fashion and design selection. Lucio Vanotti has created a collection that remind me the perfection, in order of style consistency, of those publications, the POOL Spring Summer 2014 presents garments where every detail refers to a refined and high tailoring work.

For SS14, Lucio Vanotti explores the dimensional interplay of silhouettes, by dissecting his collection into two interwoven sections. This dissection allows for contrast and interaction, without eliminating a dialogue on sur- faces and texture. A more understated group of willful garments, consists of black, white, grey and blue notes, expressively contradicted by striped fabrics, minimal squares and small hole details. The classical jacket is deconstructed, allowing for the arms to be removed, to add onto the boxy feel of the collection.

Loosely inspired by the likes of Brancusi, David Hockney’s pool series and Carl An- dré’s rigid sculptures, the other section of SS14 is notably lighter, breezy and rather intimate. Here garments are centered around a colour-palette of creams, hued pinks and notes of rust. The under- stated pool water and egg/sky prints provide a further graphic edge to the minimalist feel of both groups. Overall the surfaces are maintained a little grainy, to resemble a metaphorical second skin.

Morethanlove

 

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Morethanlove . Creative director and Editor in Chief
She’s born in the same day of the fashion icon Diana Vreeland, she covered the role of communication consultant for both national and international fashion brands, Enza is Design Catwalk Digital Director and founder, her work as Art Director includes the likes of: Lacoste, Ermenegildo Zegna, Digital director for WHITE Fashion show.

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