Relaxed fits and fluid, shiny fabrications marked the designer’s seasonal exploration of comfort and ease.

Lorenzo Serafini breathed a whiff of ‘70s spirit into his seasonal exploration of comfort, ease and dynamism.

The designer continued to build on his study of essential silhouettes, only this time loosened fit and proportions shifting from stretchy body-hugging textures to more relaxed and fluid fabrications with a shiny finish, which amplified the sense of lightness oozing from this polished lineup.

Mainly working with a neutral palette, Serafini kept things immediate and wearable via elongated vests and lapel-less suits that best expressed his sleek approach to tailoring.

Echoes of the decade of reference were louder in daily separates encompassing boho tops with puffy sleeves and laced options with ruffles, vests, high-waist pants and patchwork denim skirts, as well as crisp trenchcoats. A series of breezy apron dresses stood out for their lightweight construction and summery striped patterns or flower prints, with the latter splashed also on a pleated frock with batwing sleeves that exemplified the romantic DNA of the brand.

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Other highlights included an ankle-length pristine dress with volants running down the V-neckline and opening in a pleated skirt on the back. Its understated yet fresh elegance added to those of uncomplicated wrap frocks and slipdresses covered in micro sequins, which restated Serafini’s quest for ease and wearability also after dusk and on special occasions.

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