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Italian Spirit of Spring at Rome Fashion Week S/S14


L-R: From Rome Fashion Week, San Andres Milano & Cagriani

L-R: From Rome Fashion Week, San Andres Milano & Cangriani

 

 

 

Roman Holiday.

 

Rome was flush with fabulous designs as part of their Spring/Summer 2014 presentations. These two designers we felt really captured the spirit of spring in Italy.

 

By: Hina P. Ansari

 

 

Cangiari

 

The name means “To Change” in Calabrian dialect. And it does just that. Celebrating the ancient tradition of Calabrian weaving rooted in Hellenistic and Byzantine culture this eco-friendly collection breathes freshness into the Italian ready-to-wear space. Created in 2009 and patroned by the National Chamber of Italian Fashion, Cangiari boasts a myriad of organic yarns, colours to reflect the “ecosystem and the welfare of those who wear them”.  Entirely made in Italy, Cangiari brings forth a soft silhouette with hues that gently thread through the collection. Earthy tones as deep blue, gorgeous coral and muted tones adds to the lightness of being of this presentation.

 

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

Cangiari Spring/Summer 2014

 

 

 

San Andres Milano

 

“Mademoiselle Lupita”

 

Designer Andres Caballero goes back to his roots of Mexico for his Spring/Summer 2014 inspiration. With beautiful batches of floral motifs throughout his line, Caballero’s muse is a traditional Mexico cardboard doll, “Lupita”.  Caballero’s use of whimsical mixture of floral cutouts, colour blocking and fearlessly playing with the silhouettes with oversized coats, baggy pants and men’s-inspired shirts, he succeeds in giving his collection an overall fashion forward appeal with a solid historical anchor.

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

San Andres Milano Spring/Summer 2014

 

Photography courtesy of Rome Fashion Week 

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