The coolest magazine in France has given over a large amount of space to an “it” item from the brand’s winter wardrobe, the jacquard pullover with arabesque patterns, the protagonist of a shot from the November issue’s service. Worn by a young skateboarder, the Roberto Collina mohair sweater stands out with its autumnal-hue mélange and the precision of its lines, creating a wonderful streetwear atmosphere.
Roberto Collina’s vintage surrealism is filled with the colours of its winter pullovers and, ideally, includes the graphic heart of Rebecca Friedel (@rebeccafriedel), a young German graphic designer, who celebrates her own personal vision of shapes and space in her work, using new, original tones.
Illustrations with their own life where the women and objects portrayed take on consistency thanks to the techniques used: a contemporary, enveloping mood, that goes beyond the classic themes in the name of more authentic art déco. The result is daring yet sophisticated at the same time, and exalts the special traits of the brand’s collection, a mixture of romantic aftertaste and design attitude, combining contrasts with experiments.
The brand is once again turning its spotlight on the young protagonists of cutting-edge art who, thanks to their own very special touch, are both the inspiration and the exaltation of perfect artisan-made garments, beautiful works of art to be worn.
Foliage, a journey into the search for autumn colours, when nature takes on such unique hues, from orange to purple and yellow. It is a pure spectacle that begins with…. what you are wearing!
You don’t need to book a flight to Canada or the United States: just visit the Roberto Collina website to find your perfect autumnal jumper, created with the colourful magic that encapsulates change and current trends.
Knitted in warm, enveloping cotton in a range of different stitches: softly made, the gauze-like yarn lends an uneven, slightly vintage effect to the items. A jumper containing all the warmth of the kindest season to wear like a wonderful trip into the very essence of nature
Roberto Collina is connected to France by a very long love story, confirmed by the fact that the brand is now returning with a total look for women on the pages of the coolest magazine in Ville Lumière, Numéro.
Photographed by Txema Yeste working with the stylist Bernat Buscat, set in an urban context with bright colours, it showcases the brand’s two-piece set, comprising a long, slightly oversize jacket and a matching-colour skirt. Checked fabric in strong autumn colours, in a foilage très chic that can win everyone over, not just the French!
When the Grand Budapest Hotel encounters Emilio Tini’s creative realism, the result inspires the new Roberto Collina FW 2019 Ad campaign.
The photographer and artist who celebrates Italian creativity and savoir faire has interpreted the brand’s inspiration in his own style, while exalting the precious textures, colour palettes and complex processes employed by the knitwear specialist. Emilio brings them to life with his delicately surreal images that perfectly embody the Roberto Collina spirit.
Roberto Collina’s style meets Wes Andersons’ Grand Budapest Hotel and creates its own personal interpretation of it for the FW 2019-20 collection, downplaying the vintage surrealism of the atmosphere with the use of contemporary colours. The result is, of course, pure cinema!
Unconventional, sophisticated femininity that chooses the most precious woollen yarns and bends them into masterpieces, with the help of new textures: surfing between a romantic aftertaste and a design-inspired attitude that produces contemporary luxury for the brand’s new muses, where style is born from contrasts and experiments that come to create awesomeness. These are elegant women dressed in ultra-feminine silk acetate blouses and dresses, or who are lovers of velvets, while not forgetting to add a touch of androgenous checked fabric. The cinema-like charm found in the exploration of a coat that is a very long, colourful, fitted jacket and a cardigan at the same time, with an added golden touch.
Men’s knitwear is like a movie poster that you can wear: bright colours – orange, pink, peacock blue – that are a central point of this magnetic, captivating collection, where the textures are elegant and all-enveloping, with highly spectacular overcoats. There are Prince of Wales check and velvet suits; there are material patterns come to life; there are surreal experiments on normal pullovers that include shiny yarns or technical materials.
A show within a show that will light up the fast-approaching winter season with the magic we find on a film set.