“Authentic humanism is built on the awareness of human insufficiencies.”
Nicolás Gómez Dávila.
We have always lived an anthropocentric life, focused on ourselves, supreme human beings and exclusive creators of the Universe.
A relevance experienced as a simple superiority over the rest of the (animal) world or as a presumed pre-eminence over reality.
One day, suddenly, our dominion soon faltered, turning out to be more utopian and approximate than expected.
From supremacy to a sight navigation, uncertain but adventurous.
Fashion and knitwear once again extend their hands, ready to deeply overturn our beliefs, with a new energetic lymph.
The nuances chosen by our Art Director for the Winter 20/21 Season are tone on tone, perhaps paler and less lively but coherent and aligned as the parts of a whole.
Colors reminiscent of the soil and the humus, diversified styles that gradually blend more harmoniously.
The whites gradually fade into beige, dove gray, gray and black.
The lines are thin, continuous or concentric, the points in relief, often three-dimensional.
The inlays and jacquards are complex, the forms deconstructed and unpredictable, like an invitation to meditate, and take a reflective break.
Tight, compact and jersey sweaters alternate with larger and passable sweaters. Protective, bouclé chequered stitches succeed zigzag, irregular and flamed stitches.
Natural and recycled yarns alternate with shinier polyamides.
Decentralization shakes and confuses but fashion amuses, normalizes and gives awareness.
A trend taken seriously, as a necessity, but without giving in to nostalgia. The creativity of the yarns together with our imagination are able to compensate to our human insufficiencies with a new enthusiasm and proactivity.