Maria Grazia Chiuri is famous for keeping an eye on Millennial attitude, and with her pre-fall collection she finally blurs the gender line in a very subtle approach.
The entire collection features a mix between classic men’s tailoring with her iconic delicate gowns, and has taken inspiration from the works of Surrealist artist and photographer Claude Cahun; and Chiuri elaborates by saying, “Sometimes, when you read about that, you feel that people were more modern at the time than they are now.”
The creative designer experimented with numerous effects, while displaying thick wool knee-length coat matched with a pleated knit-dress in silver; and a black cape-sleeved velvet dress detailed with pleated navy chiffon that was equally feminine and strong. Also a sheer corset prevailed, which was worn once under a graphic black tight and another time with a tweed midi-skirt.
In other words, a modern woman is reborn.
Click through the gallery to view the full Pre-Fall 2018 collection above.