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Maryling Fall 2018.19 #MFW

Elegance, tailoring and sophistication were all on the Maryling runway for Fall / Winter 2018.19 collection, as well as a highlight for monochromatic looks, especially in red and for the elegant plaid patterns.

Maryling Fall 2018 MFW

I went to check out the Maryling fashion show during the Milan Fashion Week here in Milan and here are the main looks and trends chosen by Maryling for the next winter.

 

• Maryling Fall/Winter 2018.19 at MFW:

Matching the same pattern it’s still a hot trend and it’s also represented by this plaid print for Maryling 2019’2 Fall/Winter season, with the elegance made in Italy.

Maryling Fall 2018.19 MFW

Maryling | photo: Lofficiel Italia

The college inspiration gains a much more sophisticated look, with a plaid print and 3/4 stockings, in a very adult and elegant look.

 

Dresses in fine fabrics create a movement and sensuality for the brand’s winter:

Vestidos Maryling fall 2018.19 MFW

Maryling | photos: Lofficiel Italia

 

A beautiful print to make this winter happier:

Maryling Inverno 2019 dress

Maryling | photo: Lofficiel Italia

 

Two of my favorite outfits from the Maryling fashion show from the winter 2019 collection, one in red with a beautiful plaid print and one in ton sur ton red outfit. Lately I’m so into the red vibe, and it’s a color that was super present on the Fall/ Winter 2018.19 runways here during the Milan Fashion Week.

Red outfit Maryling Fall 2019

Maryling | photo: Lofficiel Italia

 

The dark and sober tones that can not be missed during the Italian winter, always with overlays, even on the monochromatic outfits:

Maryling FW 2018.19 MFW

Maryling | photo: Lofficiel Italia

 

To finish this blog post, another outfit I loved from this collection is this one with this stunning camel coat:

Maryling FW 2018.19

photo: Lofficiel Italia

 

Check out a video from the Maryling’s collection for the Fall/Winter 2018.19 show on the Milan Fashion Week:


Cangiari Fall 2017 – Milan Fashion Week

One of Milan Fashion Week’s presentations I have been was Cangiari Fall 2017, a brand that has rescued an old tradition of fabrics from Calabria (Italy) and which creates handmade woolen fabrics, taking eight hours to create each meter of fabric.

 

Cangiari Fall 2017

 

• Cangiari Fall 2017 MFW:

Cangiari - Fall 2017 MFW

The Cangiari Fall 2017 collection was inspired by the Nature’s colors during the fall/winter season, all with handwoven fabrics produced by the brand.

With patterns that were inspired by the Ancient Greece that meet the new fashion trends. Using a selection of unconventional materials that were inspired by the origins, by the work in the factories and the nights during the war.

 

Cangiari - Inverno 2017

With patterns created with Byzantine and Hellenistic designs, Cangiari takes this ancient inspiration to create modern pieces for the Fall 2017 collection.

 

Cangiari - Fall 2017 MFW

With garments such as coats, ponchos, capes and kimonos, Cangiari brings us a comfortable fall/winter with beautiful pieces with a lot of style. Perfect to create that cosy style that I love for the fall season.

 

Cachecol Cangiari - Fall 2017

 

With fringed pieces and ankle long coats and gilets, the Cangiari Fall 2017 collection has neutral colors such as shades of grey, black and cream, combined with details in red and green on its patterns.

inverno 2017 - Cangiari

 

Cangiari collections was created under Maria Paola Pedetta’s creative direction, being a brand which works with the production of fabrics in a sustainable and ethical way, with the traditional  made in Italy quality.

Kimono Cangiari

Cangiari creative director told that she “thought about a collection that, more than any other, told through the materials the meaning of Cangiari story. Its sprit, its values, its pride.”

While visiting the brand’s presentation at Milan Fashion Week, I’ve learned more about the brand and its process to create the handwoven fabrics: the are created based on a traditional from Calabria (region on the italian south).

This technique was  passed from generation to generation through the music of the region and it was falling into oblivion. The brand had to join the songs and their translations to rescue this form of fabric production to create handmade fabrics and pieces of the Italian label.