Alberto Zambelli for the fall winter 2019-2020 translates the sea and its movement: in the depths, at the bottom, where the human eye hardly arrives, emerge as creatures of the abysses organic forms that dance and move at the rhythm of the placid current. They swell and then come back and envelop themselves in deconstructed and soft shapes. At the movement, the paillette shimmers iridescent, the silk slides down on the body, the velvet knots, and the organza as if the water supported it, forms voluminous roundness.
Sometimes, structures acquire a different force, are charged with energy and move like in a contemporary choreography. The live movements recall the dance of Pina Bausch in their instinct and in all their naturalness. A dance in apnea to the water sound.
Like membranes, the materials begin to take possession of the body within them, and envelop it without changing its nature. Wool cords encased in silk create muffled casing, while chiffon tapes move in a sinuous way like light seaweed. The colors seem to be filtered, as if the current, with its movement had smoothed them, and the shades had changed in the depths of the sea, and the light shine only in the points where the water become the mirror.
Shapes: A-Kimono-Pencil-Drapes anchored-Oversized masculine
Materials: Fresh Wool-Micro paillettes-Liquid Velvet-Alpaca-Organza-Wool cashmere-Charmeuse of silk
Accessories: Pearl closures-Earrings and clutch in marble-Platform sandal
Designer show is supported by the Embassy of the Italian Republic in the Republic of Belarus