Backstage of the S/S 19 Men’s and Women’s collection

In Japanese, kokoro means “the glimpse that catches the heart of things”. It’s the concept found in the Greek writer Lafcadio Hearn‘s works what inspired the designer at the head of Sartorial Monk: Sabàto Russo brought the imaginative Orient on the Men’s wear Spring 2019 catwalk, mixing it with feminine outfits as well.

The result is a coed lineup made of a preponderance of natural colours and fabrics – as linen, silk and light wool. A loose and relaxed attitude prevails, materialized through oversize, airy and often floor-lengthed volumes, worn barefoot by the models, alongside the research of essential designs that revoke the Japanese purism and fluidity. The silhouettes range then from wide-leg trousers to elongated shirts and baggy shorts, while fabrics bow to bias-cut draped effects. Everything from the Made-in-Italy brand is enhanced by the Southern Italian sartorial traditions.

We entered the backstage of the Sartorial Monk’s S/S 19 fashion show. Take a look at our photogallery!

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