This season we set sail for Miami in the 1950’s. With the Art Deco architecture, the graphic and elegant facades dressed with pinks and minty greens, the big convertible cars, the beaches, swimming pools and pastel tones reminiscent of artificial ice-creams.
This summer, fresh and cheerful, the tones are gradient and vibrant, with faded or tie-and-dye effects. The reds blend into pinks and become whites. White takes back the spotlight and becomes a classic of the summer, evoking purity and on certain pieces appearing as a coat of frost. The straw, raffia and fringes are revisited in a playful way, with refined shapes.