Milan, Fall 2019: close-ups and backstage from the show

It’s a reinterpretation of traditional Japanese imaginary throughout a handcrafted collection realized with made-in-Italy treatments: Cristiano Burani put on stage obi and kimonos as the main pieces for his Fall 2019 collection, constructing a feminine total look with unwashed denim, silvery fox fur, white mink and knitted wool pieces. Real eye-catchers of the lineup, the thick knits are realized through an irregular alternance of stitches and colourful floating threads embroidered on their surface. Used to conceive sweaters and pencil-silhouette skirts, and developing through huge braids and cable-stitches, they also originate crossover shirts in hybrid combinations, half in denim and half knitted. Samurai pants made in leather are three-dimensionally embroidered, creating geometric motifs.

The wintery colours of Tokyo are reproduced on individual pieces, creating irregular shades and abstract 3D textures, while warmer tones in the flock prints recall the autumn foliage of the Japanese gardens.

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