‘’Doing a physical show is a kind of political thing’’, says AMI’s Alexandre Mattiussi, elaborating that amidst the pandemic and crumbling political situations around the world, he thinks ‘’fashion needs to find humility in the situation’’.
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For Spring/Summer 2021, Alexandre Mattiussi made his debut on the Paris women’s calendar. He sent a ‘’sophisticated but not pretentious’’ collection along a cobblestoned quay of the Seine river, on a black wood runway complete with a soundtrack by DJ Jennifer Cardini.
Veering away from the more androgynous side of the brand, the designer sent out clothing with a relaxed spirit with relaxed and sensual updates of looks from the Seventies and Nineties. There were slim plaid maxi skirts, statement overcoats in a teal corduroy fabric and black wool LBDs for women, louche seafoam, slick brown patent leather trousers and chocolate suits and baggy shorts for men. A series of mesh tanks, styled throughout with vacation-y beaded necklaces, emphasized the chill vibes.
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