One thing is safe to say – Gazzarini made some bold moves. Experimental lengths, widths and shades took the more conservative members of the audience aback – yet managed to offer a mix of wearable and statement pieces.
The show kicked off with subtle touches of eccentricity: a seemingly quiet grey suit soon revealed a high, baggy waist and an oversized zipped cardigan under the suit jacket – the lilac-tinted latter covered the model’s chin.
Soon, off-pink, one button jackets and the same head-turning cardigan popped up again, followed by a sleeveless, organic-patterned top with a bouffant collar – paired with wide puce trousers and a brown inbuilt belt.
More puce mixed with more off-pink walked down in ample volumes, carrot-shaped trousers, and concealed buttons.
Waxed lambskin jacket paired with bright pink undershirt and golden frontal zip perpetuated the cheeky palette.
There was also a bit of man cleavage, with a black jumper which neck had seemingly been ripped off minutes before the show; more nudity was to be found on the ankles – despite the cold, mankles will still be at the goût du jour next season.
Angora jumpers tucked into high waist tapered trousers, leather clogs continued to redefine winterwear – and will definitely be adopted by quite a few garçonnes too.