A poetic vision of the leather
The story told by Marianna Rosati for Fall-Winter 2015-16 DROMe collection for the cold season takes a hint from these feelings impressed on a film, like tridimensional shots balanced between clamor and silence, empty and full surfaces.
As in the Dutch photographer's pictures, the atmosphere is precise, languid and mysterious at the same time; colors are sober and give a perception of an imminent action.
A combination between order and anarchy for an essential aesthetic. Leather apparel surfaces are clean and smooth, going from a constructed plongé to a very delicate and silky touch nappa leather, passing through tricolor vertical stripes made of very thin and squamous textured ayerse snakes.
Light draped frills make blouses and oversize tops. Lines are generally minimal, enriched with kalgan or mongolia necks.
A sole geometrical micro print inspired by mid-century upholstery fabrics, going harmoniously close to maxi stripes, creates a game of textures blending together.
A technical precision for outerwear with a very light and oversize lamb hair takes turns with coats and gilets in a compact-bouclé fabric with inserts in voluminous mongolia and with mini trench coats.
Pants are wide and voluminous, both long and short, bell-bottoms as an alternative. But always with a man cut.
The color range turns natural colors into delicate tones: from amethyst, a very pale pink with purple accents, to shell, an impalpable grey melting with the azure of the evening's mist, up to vapor, an almost metallic color, still warm, with a bit of ethereal green making it different from a common grey. From amaranth, a dark and dusty burgundy, to rock, a vaguely military green chosen for sheepskin apparel and for the cleanest leather.
White is almost an optical one, blue is very dark, black is strong even on smooth surfaces, in a clear contrast with the harmony of soft colors.