Francesca Liberatore commits the FW2020-21 collection to a cinematic story

Francesca Liberatore commits the FW2020-21 collection to a cinematic story, letting        her J-Kolombina-R to play a game with the audience. Inspired by Todd Phillips’ movie, the metamorphosis invades the space, generating a complicity between models and public, representation and reality.

Francesca Liberatore - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021
MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 22: A model walks the runway during the Francesca Liberatore fashion show as part of Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 22, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Pietro S. D’Aprano/Getty Images)

The great hall of the Odeon Cinema in Milan stages the three moments of the mutation of the character and the evolution of dressing. The prologue is the discreet and essential daily life, warm, comfortable in a woolly grey and beige palette, mixed with browns and greens lined in regimental stripes.

Francesca Liberatore - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021
MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 22: A model walks the runway during the Francesca Liberatore fashion show as part of Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 22, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Pietro S. D’Aprano/Getty Images)

A reassuring composure of a character still unaware of one’s own upheaval. The projected images alternate with the cadenced step in a narration that like cinema is reality. Wool, lurex, coated velvets convey a transition that is a prelude to incarnation solution, luminescence and contrasts of an ongoing change.

Francesca Liberatore - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021
MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 22: A model walks the runway during the Francesca Liberatore fashion show as part of Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 22, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Pietro S. D’Aprano/Getty Images)

A 70s memory of important volumes, high-waisted or flared mannish trousers sometimes combined with kilt and a must absolute, the suit.

Francesca Liberatore - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021
MILAN, ITALY – FEBRUARY 22: A model walks the runway during the Francesca Liberatore fashion show as part of Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2020-2021 on February 22, 2020 in Milan, Italy. (Photo by Pietro S. D’Aprano/Getty Images)

Colours from midnight blue to peacock close the completion in a total velvet; the true character is born illuminated by lilac, pink and ochre, finally revealing itself as a bright red.

This is how the search for a new point of view becomes the need for the designer of experience movement, performance of the dress in reality and its distances.

sponsored
Editorial
Our editorial staff includes people with different professional backgrounds who share a passion for writing and who want to create and develop a dialogue with their readers and with the world.

Related Posts

Desigual launches the First Jewelery Collection!

The collection includes rings, earrings, pendants, chokers and bracelets in which elements such as hearts that seem to melt, hand-modeled textures, abstract butterflies and messages in Spanish

All-New Groundbreaking Aehra Suv Sets New Standards For Automotive Design

AEHRA, the new global ultra premium electric automotive brand, has revealed the exterior design of its first model, an SUV

Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo presents the first concept car dedicated to virtual motorsport

We're talking about the Ferrari Vision Gran Turismo, a car that rests on the tradition of the Maranello company in the field of motor racing