Corneliani gets you ready for Spring/Summer 2018 with its new voyage inspired collection. The idea of fluidity and movement has been the inspiration for the Corneliani Spring/Summer 2018 collection, which offers a fully coordinated wardrobe that flows from a metropolitan look to one of leisure. This dominant characteristic of our times, this continual rhythm of change, seems to dictate the beat of a new style.
The collective rules fade away before our eyes, and before we can construct new ones, each of us seeks assurance in our own personal identities. This is reflected in the way we choose to portray ourselves. Fashion responds to this, offering concepts suited to the new geographic and existential nomadic restlessness, creating everyday objects that adapt to a variety of conditions, indulging us with elegance and delicacy. The uniting story behind the collection is one of a voyage, through city and desert, structured in three chapters and written with the language of colour, in pigments borrowed from an impressionist painting.
“The uniting story behind the collection is one of a voyage, through city and desert, structured in three chapters and written with the language of colour, in pigments borrowed from an impressionist painting”
The Spring highlights are dominated by cool tones: nuanced shades of the new “whale” blue are matched with masculine greys which are illuminated with an oil green accent, exclusively used for the accessories and knits. Emphasis on detail creates a synthesis between sportswear and tailored garments: hydro zips, nylon with prints extracted from traditional drapery, and cottons with a membrane add functionality while maintaining a tailored look.
The Summer highlights are bolder and blend together to create new colour combinations. The various shades of oil green illuminate and determine the balance of colour. They are combined with all the shades of grey, from pale to black. The soft silhouette and natural fabrics contribute to the overriding sense of extreme sophistication and relaxation.