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Antonio Marras Show- Women's Collection Autumn/Winter 2018/19 in Milan (with interview)

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Designer: antonia marrasinspiration: the painter and french miniaturist john marras, who left to discover america in 1800. at marras it’s always a question of travel with several inspirations. collection: a wardrobe dominated by a dark palette as is the designer’s intention in order to focus on the volumes and cuts, with touches of red. the sardinian designer revisits and reinterprets his classics, focussed on his dna. we find blends of materials, layering and transparency, everything created with lightness and sensuality. focus: on the dresses embroidered with red roses, the tulle dresses with loose volumes, a sweater adorned with embellishments, badges in the shape of an m, beading and embroidery. lace skirts and checked masculine shirts, embroidered, belted at the waist with a cord and the fluidity of a floral print dress as well as multiple propositions of masculine suit trousers.to note: the bag worn at the waist (a new trend) and the always festive mood on the antonia marras catwalk with dancers. makeup: tom pecheux, with eyes marked with red for a punk vibe.interview: antonio marras :i watched from behind, i really started to see things, and i needed black, i needed things to be super “clean”, i needed very tight or very big volumes, but really there was a lot of black, with small touches of red. we worked with james pecis for hair and tom pecheux for the makeup: he designed a makeup look that slightly broke up the romanticism of the collection because it was a slightly punk look, there was a really evident punk aspect and above all there are also twists in the hair and james worked to create waves on the model’s heads. for the masculine jackets we worked with very english materials, very classic, which are all cut, mixed together, re-embroidered. there was layering and things which are really heavy on top and then really light volumes on the back, lots of lightness, lots of transparency and as usual we really started to blend things to create contrasts. music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)