For Fall-Winter 2023, fashion house Marni released some daring designs that will leave you confused on which outfit to actually go for; trust me! you will end up going for all. As expected, the brand kept their loyal customers at heart as they released outfit of every body size.
Oversized tailoring was available, while knitwear, a Marni specialty, featured fuzzy mohair surfaces, such as the collection’s striking gigantic round-cut piuminos. Instead of the whirling, enchanted sirens and unicorns of past expeditions, kinetic grids, optical checks, and faintly Kusama-esque bouncing dots of varying sizes were present.
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Contrasting with form-fitting, heart-shaped bustier dresses that were maintained clean rather than seductive were rectangular tunics and angular apron dresses. The warmth of cocoons made of padded leather or wool was pleasant and engulfing.
Stars of K-pop Mingyu and Joshua of Seventeen, actress Tessa Thompson, and musicians Ghali, Skepta, Iann Dior, King Princess, and 24kGoldn were among the 1,800 attendees. From the front row, they applauded Risso.
White is a non-color that naturally connotes both absence and clarity. It is a blank check for what new words are prepared to be written. A goal for simplicity, for lowering noise and distractions, was expressed by covering the arena with white paper. Even though Risso advocated rigidity and linearity, the collection has presence, density, and punch despite the fact that he is no minimalist.
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A few intense primary colors—yellow and red playing against white and black—were all that remained of the palette as he abandoned his customarily slightly nutty decorations. Every outfit was an all-over proposition, and the primarily local cast (including Marni faves like Paloma Elsesser and Angel Prost) alternated between thin and curvy designs for both men and women.
See full collection below;