There is a general sense of optimism that is manifested within the catwalk, primarily through the almost gratuitous use of furs for clothing from Karl Lagerfeld. Lagerfeld led the charge for the use of animal material, which is still regarded as rather controversial amongst the countries like the United States and England, but remains rather commonplace within Italy. Collections such as Fendi were utilizing mink and fox for items that went beyond simple clothing and extended to accessories.
Fur also played a large role at Marni. The brand most known for receiving a cash injection from Renzo Rosso, also utilized fur quite liberally. The company that has a signature of intrinsic connectivity to print decided to showcase a small selection of patterns from designer Consuelo Castiglioni.
Textures and fabrics as always are key, said Castiglioni of this new direction, which also experimented with volume and proportion.
Dolce & Gabbana steered clear of fir, but was in no means flexing its sense of austerity. Instead, they utilized the riches of the Catholic heritage of Byzantine and Monreale gilded mosaics, which were printed and then embellished with sequinsing patterns, as well as beads and jewels. With news of the Pope's resignation having been so sudden, it was a smart of noteworthy irony that the clothing should take on such a style.
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