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“Overall this season, we’ve worked with literal retro references, paired with Bally’s heritage and know-how but rendered effortlessly,” said Pablo Coppola, Bally’s creative director, of Bally‘s fall/winter 2015 collection.
Retro references, indeed. Classics are reinterpreted in this Wes Anderson-inspired collection with extra attention paid to details and design. While there is a keen eye for meticulous detail, provided praise for Margot Tenenbaum’s nonchalant look and Richie “The Baumer’s” seventies tennis cool aesthetic, balances that out.
Chain-strapped handbags, double-breasted coats, collar enclosures, trousers, pumps, flats, and fur-trimmed jackets all take a turn for eccentricity with an infusion of old world charm. Ready-to-wear pieces, the majority of them with A-line silhouettes, range in tweed, double-faced cashmere, fur, supple nappa leather, and soft alligator skin.
Bally’s staple handbags, Corner and Sommet, complement newer styles such as the B-Turn top handle, Eclipse shoulder bag, and adjustable-strapped Sport Corner bag. Pumps and flats display a black-and-white professionalism in the Tuxedo collection, and Morsetto slingbacks and wedged boots are casual in stretch leather.