In the spring summer 2018 men's collection you will find a round neck with a special and poetic treatment.
Roberto Collina in his commitment to stylistic and technological research develops new methods of coloring, in some garments every season.
This season we have developed a garment in two different color combinations: starting from a cotton crew neck with a spongy hand, given by the union of 100% cotton and cotton zip.
The body of the style plunged inside the dyeing lot as a more intense color in the lower part as it has a longer exposure, while the upper part is nuanced as plunged for a shorter time.
The neck, instead, in a different color tone and contrast, is buffered with special sponges.
The beauty of this treatment is also given by the uniqueness of every single garment, no one like the other, unique, inimitable piece, a small work of art where the design methodology brings back to an element of recognition, the production quality symbol of excellence of Roberto Collina.
Summer is blowing in the wind and the spring is finally here.
We are so in love with our menswear and womenswear collections that we got inspired by these beautiful sunny days, the scent in the air and this sparkling atmosphere to shoot some new special images for our social channels.
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Ph - @filippozaghini
models - @umberto_manca ; @marinaaalex_
locations - @vichycristinarimini ; @lidiorivieraproject
A new season has begun, with the beginning of our press day in Milan, held @ Negri Firman Pr & Communications.
A new chapter, dedicated to the study of color combination, discipline of lines and minimal shapes.
Both menswear and womenswear inspired by Josef and Anni Albers: two artist of the Bauhaus Movement.
The first dedicated to color perception and feelings, the second one to the fiber combination, but both bound for love to geometrical rigor, to the essential to the study of the feelings aroused by their works of art.
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She suits like a men and had a strong sense of independence. After living in New York with Stieglitz, her husband, she decided to move in New Mexico to live a life more ‘natural, pure, authentic’.
She needed her space and time to draw and to experience the land. She became the most famous female artist at the beginning of 19th Century.
A summer breeze that transforms shapes and color, proclaiming a type of born-free fashion that is an expression of natural taste combining cotton, wool, silk, linen, for the new millennium’s digital-savvy Georgia O’Keefe.
A woman of the desert, but who is no victim of mirages; a woman with her feet firmly on the ground, unique and both feminine and feminist at the same time, one whose approach to reality is reflected in a real dress code.
Be free but not wild: materiality creates uber-feminine, enveloping shapes in voile bodysuits that caress the skin and long dresses that reveal dynamic natures and overlapping. Tried-out patterns, encompassing brightly-coloured stripes that reveal the truest essence of knitwear, creating a Navajo skyline by mixing light and transparency, like a misleading trompe l’oeil.
The use and consumption of the income of the earth, and not of is capital, is essential if we want to keep our options open for the future.
Arcology - a portmanteau of “architecture” and “ecology”, is a field of creating architectural design principles for very densely populated, ecologically low-impact human habitats.
Welcome to Arcosanti: an escape from metropolitan routine, travelling into a futuristic eco-city whose extremely firm roots look to the future in a game of references that characterize the Roberto Collina 2018 spring summer collection.
The desert has a knitwear soul and plays with it with impunity: there is no limitation to a mix of knitwear with all types of chromatic scale, with a warm, modern rhythm of textures that are brought together with sartorial, symphonic expertise. Pull à porter in a p(ull)out pourri of designs, naïf-style embroidery, patchwork stitches and jacquard that the jumpers use to pursue colour – that is always intense, full of imagery, bright – able to sublimate the hues of the desert and use them as a screen.
The attention to detail and volumes runs through the entire collection: with its aviator inspiration for parkas and sweatshirts to wear on the hop and use for a long time thanks to the markedly oversizing that mean freedom wearing t-shirts and ultra light cardigans. Eco-game: Color plays a clever, over the top game, ça va sans dire, and favors noble, natural materials – ultra light cashmere, cotton, mixed linen, hemp and silk – used to reflect the hues lent by the natural, tactile and almost ombre dyes.
Sounds and visions for an evolving style, guided by that indefinable approach to the new, natural and effortless male taste, the real signature of Roberto Collina.
To have the possibility to work with Roberto Collina and be able to illustrate and perform his styles with my works was really stimulating. The brand gave me all the creative liberty I needed, for a designer/illustrator it is fantastic to work this way.
I draw since I was a kid and In the past few years I’ve been focusing more into the illustration world.
I’m so proud and honored to work with Roberto Collina, because I think their way to communicate this high-quality Italian brand on the social media is totally innovative and outstanding. I’m so in love with their style and beautiful pieces, they’re like a work of art you can wear everyday and my intent is to contribute more and more with my illustrations to let people know about how magical and fantastic is this brand.