Runway Review | Marni Pre-Fall 2014
Consuelo Castiglioni offered her personal take on the concept of femininity, delivering a beautiful lineup of looks that balanced grace and austerity. Her overall silhouette was elongated with the waist cut high, as demonstrated via a blue silk crepe dress with an embellished collar and asymmetric draped trim, along with a minimal black frock with an attached cape, the dress cinched at the waist with a pink leather belt.
Some looks were more urban-casual. A floral bomber was worn with an ample skirt; a boxy, two-tone wool-and-leather coat topped a cotton poplin shirt and fluid wide-leg pants.
Paying homage to outsider art, Marni also teamed up with two artists — Italian Stefano Favaro and French François-Xavier Tavy-Sacley — who created two different prints appearing on a white shirt and a long-sleeve minidress.
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