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Arthur Arbesser - Women's Spring/Summer 2020 collection in Milan (with interview)

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Designer: arthur arbesserinspiration: the grandmother of the designer born in transylvania, a region in central romania. this collection is dedicated to her. he talks about her life, her passion for beautiful things and her sense of humour, despite the periods of war and tragedies. collection: patchworks of prints, silhouettes made from old fabrics, floral patterns inspired by ancient ceramics. a range of fluid and light dresses with additions of some flaps of fabric. a play with overlays and transparency.the dresses are worn over trousers without weighing down the silhouette. polka dots and flowers mix harmoniously. the mesh is very flexible and undulates around the edges. the colours are vibrant and bright, combined in colour blocks. some references to marine life on jackets.a graphic logo of a double a, decorates knitwear and tops for men. focus: the clogs bring a rawer touch and a feeling of lightness to this feminine wardrobe.interview with arthur arbesser:i think in fashion there is so much stuff, that the only reason why one should, as such a small niche brand, do his work, is by telling very personal stories. so a few months ago i found a big box of her old fabrics. she kept a piece of fabric of every garment that she owned throughout her life. she didn’t keep the garment, she kept the piece of fabric and had a sort of library of fabric swatches and some of them were from the 20’s and from the 30’s, beautiful fabrics, beautiful patterns. so, we used our old fabrics from last seasons and made patchwork. in this box, through material, her whole life was represented and i wanted to represent my short life as a fashion designer in those garments by taking a piece of fabric from each season and then dying it. she had this wonderful lightness and sense of irony that she kept all her life even though it was a very hard life and she had this wonderful appreciation of quality and beautiful things, even though she wasn’t wealthy at all. so, the idea was to give it a sense of lightness and humour because she had this wicked sense of humour and this irony but have a bit of a serious silhouette this time and a bit more mature and a bit more feminine. music from the show (for use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information).