Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall Winter 2022 - Milan Fashion Week

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall/Winter 2022 – Milan Fashion Week

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In the Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall/Winter 2022 show, Lorenzo Serafini referenced the culture of Berlin in the ’20s during the Weimar Republic – a period of rich cultural experimentation and phenomenal artistic accomplishments, which lasted until 1933, when Hitler gained power.

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With a languid Berlin nightclub vibe and a live performance by French artist Luc Bruyère, aka Lucky Love, performing an acoustic version of the 1968 Italian hit “La Bambola”, the collection emphasized strong-shouldered silhouettes and rounded shapes. Slits and plunging necklines alternated, creating a game of contrasts and new balances.

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Pointy bras peeping under soft cardigans added to the silhouettes and the overall retro flair, which swung between the ’20s and ‘40s.

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