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THE SYMBOLIC DUALITY OF MAURIZIO PECCORARO

Cosmopol Magazine exclusive coverage from Milan, Italy

The expectation was high at Palazzo Serbelloni in Milan. Maurizio Peccoraro was presenting his last Women Collection for the Autumn-Winter 2018 at MILAN FASHION WEEK. He achieved the best expectations. The new trend is to reuse in Lombardia.

The byword is BLAZER-BLAZER-BLAZER.

Double-breasted, first and foremost, but single breasted too. They both become coat, often oversize, as if they had been borrowed from a husband’s wardrobe.

Los of male fabrics: Herringbone, Prince of Wales, Large Check or Bonded Alpaca alternate with bonded crepe, mélange flannel, windowpane Tasmanian, broadwale corduroy or velvet forming their own patchwork. And all together with patchwork-pattern print.

Colours are mainly natural: Greys, cool beiges, powder, ice and chocolate are interspersed with mustard, purple, orange and green.

 

Jack Pierson and Faig Ahmed are the preferred artists who set the tone for this season and are seen in appliques and prints.

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