Color combinations, discipline of lines and minimal shapes.
The fall winter’s collections were inspired by Josef and Anni Albers: two artists of the Bauhaus Movement, two pioneers of a personal, artistic path that could transform the rational suggestions of Bauhaus into original textiles and that has now become an attitude to wear.
The menswear is 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.
Art plays with street trends in graphics, a complicit emanation of the artists’ work: the result is a real arty-san production of rigorous shapes and mixes that liven up jumpers with jacquard and mohair.
A totally modern imprinting that does not overlook Roberto Collina’s DNA, where technicality and tradition have a tangible character and create a perfect, contemporary wardrobe.