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Giamba Hits a Rebellious High Note

By Eliza Jordan

February 26, 2016

Remember the old riddle, “What’s black and white and red all over?” Well, the answer this season seems to be Giamba’s fall/winter 2016 collection. The little sister company of Giambattista Valli is revving up some funky outfits for a day or night out on the town in and black, white, and red. In Paris, the fashion line paraded some super fun looks down the runway, a nod to expressive spirits everywhere.

Rebellious zebra, polka dot, guitar, leopard, star, graffiti, and lip prints were seen spicing up a variety of materials, while baby doll silhouettes starred in a large part of the show. Sequins had a comeback and graced many pullovers, zip-up jackets, and dress sleeves. Tough outerwear took a sweet turn, and sophisticated designs took hold of rebellious details. Throughout the entire line, there was a playful mix of slimming see-through numbers, as well as oversized pieces with daring layers—for the woman with a little attitude.

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The manifestation of Giamba’s newest prints and materials meshed together created several outfits that fire back with a shrug, “Sorry, not sorry.”

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