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Marco de Vincenzo’s fall/winter 2014-15 collection “stems from a retinal tension of opposites,” pulling together materials that would usually repel each other visually, but work well in this instance. Earth tones of camel, maroon, and sea-blue were interlaced with metallic highlights, creating refracting geometric patterns.
Especially spellbinding were the wavy macramé print dresses with ombre Lurex lining peeping through. Even the fur coats were transformed with embroidered grids and 3-D cutout protrusions. In addition to re-conceptualizing the ways that prints can be created, Vincenzo transformed the very structure of his materials, manipulating, slicing, engraving, embossing, and fusing his luxurious fabrics.
Unafraid to clash prints, Vincenzo creates suits and dresses that are memorizing to the eye. Diagonal lines are placed next to ringed patterns, plaids are mixed with spectral prints, and many rules of fashion are defied, and of course, proven wrong.