The Fall 2018 collection in a spirit of visionarism
A portrait inspired Albino Teodoro‘s fall collection: that of the legendary editor Diana Vreeland wearing a sumptuous Japanese kimono, with her elegance and an ironic streak that Teodoro aims for with his lineup.
The Italian designer’s passion for haute couture drives him to reach a high refinement in clothing construction, as well as a slightly architectural design that aims to minimize detailing profusion. He also turned to “visionarism”: an artistic approach that pairs modern technology (as Photoshop) with past art works, widely exposed in contemporary spaces. Similarly, dichotomies are a topic he likes playing with in his collections, combining feminine and masculine, constructed and deconstructed elements.
Hence, the portrait served as an inspiration for the elaborate motifs of a high-definition silk jacquard that depict Ottoman patterns; they are so sleek and vibrant they look like digital prints. Rouches are applied asymmetrically on one side of simple dresses; the checks of traditional men’s wear fabrics are translated into pencil skirts and oversize feminine coats. Fabrics are manipulated and gathered into wavy voluminous Renaissance couture-like shapes.
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