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On our minds: Trussardi SS16

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by adakallgren on 30 September, 2015

This season, Gaia Trussardi was inspired by writer Robyn Davidson’s travels in Western Australia in the 70s.

On our minds is Trussardi’s SS16 collection freshly squeezed from Milan Fashion Week. This season, Gaia Trussardi found inspiration in a National Geographic show on writer Robyn Davidson’s travels in Western Australia in the 70s. Enthused by Davidson’s reach out for contact with nature and the fulfilment it brought her, the collection took an earthly and retrospective turn with sandy linens sewn into loosely fitted garments, at times glammed-up with metallic embroidery, Italo-style. We love these dreamy desert looks and how the retro references are channelled the subtle (but never minimal) way. See the full collection here.


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