A time for tradition
This season’s holiday period is a moment devoted to tradition, to spending time at home with family and friends or visiting new places. From Christmas to New Year, the days are brightened by thousands of lights that decor the streets, shops are full of candies and gifts and the atmosphere is lively and cheerful.
This year, fashion is particularly influenced by the past and revamps tradition through folk motifs, wraparound shapes, fabrics and colors. Brands such as Roberto Cavalli, Dondup, Valentino Red, Angelo Marani, Maliparmi, Balenciaga and Fay have been captured by the atmosphere of festivity and their creations are inspired to the richness of typical traditional costume decorations, the sweet embrace of a homely mood and the coolness of north landscapes.
This trend marks a return to the origins of folk culture, in a mix and match of patterns and prints, classic and soft fabrics, fur and shearling details, embroideries and padding, coming from the heritage of different countries and period. Live the magic moment of winter holidays with our proposals.
From Russia with love
For many cultures, outer appearance, and clothing in particular, gives the first impression of a person, for this reason Russians love to adorn their traditional dresses with precious decorations, elaborate patterns, details and accessories in fur.
In the icy steppe or in the snowy Russian towns, the New Year atmosphere is magic, so why do not fancy a journey to St. Petersburg or Moscow, with a look designed to protect you from extreme cold with a rich and unique style?
Sleeveless shearling crop jacket by Roberto Cavalli, Ilenne jaquard coat by Dondup, Northern embellishment silk dress by Valentino Red, Fur pompom detailed beanie by Fay, Fox fur bowler bag by Roberto Cavalli, Cabot rain boots by Michael Kors.
New Year in Courmayeur
The magic of snow makes the landscapes of the Alps enchanted, creating the perfect setting for a Christmas or Year end holiday between ski slopes and the festively decorated streets of the mountain villages. Fur, padded fabrics and embroidered wool sweaters with patterns inspired to tradition, interpreted with a palette of glacial colors typical of the winter period will make your outfit warm and very stylish.
Combo knitted and padded jacket by Angelo Marani, Geometric patterned cardigan by Maliparmi, Embroidered crew neck sweater by Roberto Cavalli, Kim Prince of Wales wool trousers by Piazza Sempione, Alana quilted leather tote by Michael Kors, Bailey Button boots by Ugg.
Tyrolean street markets
One of the most beautiful places to spend the holidays is certainly Innsbruck, a small Austrian town in the Tyrol area. Surrounded by mountains, in winter, the city is famous for its ski slopes and the Christmas markets, decorated with hundreds of lights and handcrafted gifts. The outfit below, which mixes Tyrolean designs, plaid patterns, fur and wool, will be a comfortable and elegant companion for a stroll among the stalls.
Fringed poncho with sleeves by Fay, Check mohair turtleneck by Balenciaga, Embossed pattern pleated trousers by Tsolo Munkh, Mongolian fur neck by Hemisphere, Double T Mini mink fur bag by Tod'S, Opty 273 suede ankle boots by Hogan.