“This collection is all about freedom, fun and a desire of expressing through clothes in a unapologetic way. It’s a rebirth: back to life. And I wanted to celebrate it”, said Lorenzo Serafini.
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For Spring/Summer 2022, the designer who joined the brand as creative director in 2014 found inspiration in the Philosophy’s 1990s advertising campaigns that winked to a free-spirited ’70s vibe. References to those two decades collided into the collection.
On the runway, a long lacquered red slip dress conjured those mid-’90s years. Otherwise, the collection flitted from those plush leather fringed jackets in shades of periwinkle and cognac through flared floral sets, clingy intarsia knits, and a section of liquid sequins, with fringed biker jackets as a finishing touch. There were also the lamé button-down dresses, and easy deep-neck tops with simple bikinis peeking out. Vibrant hues like carnelian, emerald, and royal purple were a nod to the loud and individualistic style of the ’70s.
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