Designing the fur coat of the present by drawing the lines of its future evolution. When mostly flat and luminous fur is fashionable in the late 1970s, the woman is already wearing fur coats with thick black natural curls: masterpieces of high fashion and craftsmanship, winners in both creativity and personality.
The deep, almost austere black of the hot passions of classic, traditional Spain colours the refined “Andalusa” line of this breitschwanz redingote, enlivened at the edges by plays of giant ruches and flares that refine the garment and give volume to the entire figure. The idea of using waves of Valenciennes lace is outstanding: they chase the folds of the natural design of the Swakara pelts in irregular bounces, slimming the female body to perfection. The lustrous fur and satin blend splendidly with these elements, which almost seem to dance in an infinite harmony.
The coat, romantically high-necked, is immersed in black Persian lamb fur completely stitched with lace, like in an Andalusian night beneath the stars. Giving it the final touch, in this living work of art, is the black rose in the hair of the model who wears it. Seductive and luxurious, its cut recalls the classic dictates of the 1950s, interpreted in a new light: large, square shoulders, slim belted waist, calibrated widths.
Continuous sources of inspiration converge in the collection, where the importance of the past, the highest expressions of art and the sense of the beautiful mingle with the freedom of the designer, breathing life into an exclusive, unique garment.