MILAN, Feb 26, 2010 / — A combination of tradition and protest is suggested by the 1960’s and 1970’s touches shown in the MASSIMO REBECCHI Women’s collection: tailor-made becomes an exercise in style.
Armoured wool, treated silk, knitwear, jacquard and cottons in camel, powdery pastels, black, blue and oil green create new hues.
Brit is the inspiration for Montgomery coats, with tailored details and careful attention, applied fine mink necks. Check to Check suggests the print that becomes a fil rouge for trousers, blouses and sporty jackets.
The twin-set finds its evolution combined with silk and jacquard, finding its cool in a new suit version.
The must-have item is the Parka-Gilet waistcoat in knitwear with fur inserts, to be worn with shorts or with seductive tailored dresses, for a renewed “night version” look.
Accessories: bags produced through craftsmanship with re-cycled inlaid leather, and large fur shoppers.