A modern american gigolò for the collection 2015 by Christian Pellizzari
A great debut for the young designer of Treviso, Christian Pellizzari, who presented his new collection to the Italian and international press in Milan, hosted at the Teatro Armani, the fashion icon supports once again young talents.
For next summer 2015, the collection is dedicated to a contemporary american gigolò, a classic’s reinterpretation, in very personal way, mixing sportswear and couture, day and night, elegance and relaxation, in very natural and spontaneous way.
The runway is a wet garden in a midsummer afternoon, on this green field, male and female models parading barefoot, giving rise to unstructured outfits, a mix of fabrics which dares and amuses.
Cotton, jacquard, silk and natural fibers blended with polyester to create new forms, likeable raised inserts and clothes which reflect the light.
Jackets with simple but dynamic lines, characterized by floral prints and monochrome graphic elements.
The shirts have classic cuts, embellished with folk embroidery and paillettes which convey the new masculine elegance Pellizzari, casual and instinctive, unconventional.
The outwear are short parkas and oversized long rain coats.
The pants are short, above the ankle, and have a relaxed fit and inserted laces on both side, which express the must-have of the collection.
Classical fabrics and shapes are left completely, a mix of contrasting styles, well thought to amaze with taste.