A walk-through with Antonio Marras isn’t just a enterprise appointment. Each season it’s like coming into a brand new world, stuffed with artwork, colour and fervour.
For pre-fall, the designer imagined a countryside romance, by which the protagonist is a multifaceted girl who appears a bit dramatic like Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary, decided as Elizabeth Strout’s “Olive Kitteridge” and naif like Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.”
This eclectic particular person enjoys the pleasure of the home life in her cottage, the place she decorates sweaters with stitched patches crafted from material remnants and enriches cardigans with parts impressed by the autumn flowers and leaves she finds in her backyard. She manipulates cotton T-shirts by including wealthy jacquard inserts and when she takes a stroll within the woods she wears patchwork cargo pants and wraps blanket-like tartan shawls round her shoulders.
This mysterious woman, who seems like Marras’ feminine alter ego, likes to remain snug in velvet pajama pants however can’t resign the timeless magnificence of embroidered bouclé coats and maxidresses enriched with lace particulars.
She have to be an ideal forager if within the intimacy of her home she will additionally paint white shirts with the dramatic, nostalgic and intense portraits that Marras used to attract. Spectacular for a neophyte to the style business — or perhaps she bought just a little assist from her good friend Antonio.