MFW:Chicca Lualdi BeeQueen fall/winter 2014/15 collection. A masculine mood and fabrics interpreted with feminility. Tweed and double now fused with female and sofisticated textures, driven by interventions of fur that blend into the fabric.
Graphic patterns with net and sharp cuts. Textures enriched by embroidery without vain in a game of sobriety and modern habit. Geometric prints outline character traits which suggest contemporary feminility, gentle yet firm.
Austerity and the pureness of white “collar”, become a light detail of femininity and a touch of brightness; proposed also as a versitile accessory embellished with embroidery worn on dresses and sweaters.
Inspired by Sober fashion, wearable yet sophisticated where the concept of “cool” doesn’t rhyme with being “extravagant” or “over the top “.
It rhymes with “character and consciousness” expressing a balance of quality and good taste for a modern femininity that is not afraid of “classic and simple” as a synonym for boring ,but welcomes the challenge of reinterpreting them with modernity, nuturing it with security. A sobriety that does not penalize femininity yet, it makes it not obvious and modern.
The sweatshirt becomes precious with an inlay of Breshwanz, creating a perfect combination of comfort, warm and understated luxurious.
The double wool, a four-layer fabric which is then embroidered with linear grafics.
Accessories: the masculine sock transformed into a feminie object dressed with embellished incrustations of embroidery, sandals covered in tweed made modern by the contrast of the sole in rubber, large leather shoppers and breshwanz combined with drops of color.
Color palette : gray lead fragmented by the feminine color of cyclamen, winter tones reassuring , once cold, now warm and soft with tones of gray and green.