“In the end, we have a lot of fun just creating clothes that we want to wear ourselves,” Mathieu Blazy shared on Zoom during the pre-fall collection preview, referring not only to himself, but also to the team as a whole, and women. working specifically in production.
Blasi continues to refine (although apparently elsewhere) the ability to interact with material. If a loose shirt, make it leather; if we are talking about a denim, but only at first glance pencil skirt, then leather is used again.
The designer shared that this pre-fall lookbook is a reaction to today’s work with “heavy” materials. He explained: “The easiest way to create volume is with heavy fabrics, but we went from the opposite: we made things as light as possible so that nothing impedes movement in them.”
So, a dress appeared in the collection, where the sleeves with slits are responsible for the very movement; a short coat made of gold sequins; a boiled white cape and trapezoidal shirts (again leather). Here, the total looks were seen in Intreccio’s signature fabric, which Blasi cleverly adapted into sandals.