Braschi Milan Fashion Week FW18
The Glory of the Russian Costume Exhibition at the MET New York in 76 influenced to the point Mrs Kate Anna, wife of the founder Lorenzo Braschi, from the day and continues to represent the most significant expression of the maison. A strong union between the typical atmosphere of Russian Aristocracy and the modern outlook and visionary of Newyorkers.
Braschi: Milan FW18
The East wind blew with an overwhelming force, never before experimented on the Autumn/Winter 2018/19 Braschi collection, designing a women who is a tribute to Russia, in a sophisticated aristocratic style, with her sights set on the future. The new Tsarinas interpret the culture, the style and the way to live Russia in a precious way. Re-reading the beauty that springs from a lavish memory and intellectual strength.
The daily wear reflects its temperament concentrating around the colours, a must for the maison, which are those of earth, brown, rich and intense shades. Her creamy tones The bikers in Mink NAFA and crocodile, satisfy the silhouettes with patchwork coats in Sable and Lynx NAFA, delight the bomber and capes in fox, warmed by hats and scarves.
Dress to colour. The dye is the protagonist of inspiration in sport couture and shall become the master key structure declining in 12 different shades of Mink NAFA using inlays and iconic paisley patterns presented on parkas, long gilets and short coats. Furs on the loose that descend the mountain tops to hit the town, a perfect match.
The traditional embroidery of Balkan flowers and roses weaves sophisticated patterns developing with inlays worked in Minks and Swakara, lighting up long Redingote coats, oversize bombers, double breasted jackets and gilets with fox fur trim, worn to make an impact with a skirt in vinyl. The wardrobe for the evening is enlightened, also the dress code.
Keith Haring attitude. The language of this American artist, he aims at improvising chromatics and strong dyes amplifying the technique of inlays with a sought-after tone, perfect corollary of an aristocratic and contemporary style.
For more than 50 years the fur is, for the Braschi Maison, the centre of a new creative language, cultured and modern, nurtured from art and inspired by new femininity icons of the cinema worldwide. In 1996 the first boutique opened in Italy and in 1976 saw the race to internationalization. In 2000 Maurizio Braschi, son of Kate Anna and Lorenzo Braschi, took on the position of director of the company, continuing their expansion. The signature of the Maison are individual garments, produced with the finest leathers certified NAFA worked by craftsmen with the know-how and tradition made in Italy.