Mila Schön

staff
24 settembre 2011


La donna proposta da Mila Schön per la prossima Primavera/Estate sboccia tra petali di tessuto impalpabile, pieghe precise e motivi grafici d’ispirazione europea e orientale, indossando capi sofisticati ma disinvolti, modernamente eleganti, leggeri e freschi. L’arte giapponese dell’ikebana e la “via dei fiori” ha ispirato la collezione, che aspira all’equilibrio armonico di linee, ritmo e colore per riscoprire la sua visione essenziale e iper-femminile.
The new Mila Schon collection, designed by Bianca Maria Gervasio, follows the “flower path” and Japanese art of Ikebana, creating a harmonic equilibrium between lines, rhythms and colors to unveil its distinctive, essential and hyper-feminine vision. The palette is pure and full of light, from the natural nuances of white, sky blue, pale coral and tobacco, to joyous tones of mandarin, geranium, lime and sun yello, often combined in high-impact, graphic color-blocks. Women bloom among petals of impalpable fabric, precise cuts and graphic design inspired by Europe and the Orient, wearing sophisticated and modernly elegant pieces pervaded by continuous sensations of delicacy and freshness. Pizzi e sangallo traforati con disegni esagonali, macramè con ricami di orchidee, lamè dai sofisticati riflessi oro, sete pure e tessuti double con organza leggera creano linee fluide ravvivate da maniche a gigot, costruzioni a corolla o a petalo e profili di balze e ruches che emergono come onde sinuose su gonne e abiti. La palette è pura e luminosa, unita spesso a “color block” ad alto impatto grafico.

 

Leonora Cassata

Timeless designs and motifs from the house’s archives are revisited in the season’s new prints: Maiolica, inspired by the enameled Spanish tiles, on a woven cancas base, and Persepolis, a kaleidoscopic mosaic of horizontal stripes, micrp-geometric forms, crosses and stylized flowers in a mixed fantasy of silk crepe. Sangallo lace with hexagonal patterns, macramé with embroidered orchids, iridiscent gold lamè, pure silk and double fabrics, often united to ethereal organza, create lines that are fluid but always artfully defined, livened up with gigot sleeves, corolla or petal cuts and profiles with frills and ruffles that emerge like sinuous waves form skirts and dresses.

 

Leonora Cassata