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At Trussardi’s spring/summer 2015 show in Milan, tailored met sporty as Gaia Trussardi infused traditionally masculine workwear with elegance and sought a bit of inspiration from the Jazz Age.
Blending the casual with the dramatic, the collection displayed distinctive silhouettes, rooted in 1920s style. Trussardi favored high-waist, three-dart trousers and lapelled bomber jackets. In line with the mobster-esque style, the palette was restricted to shades of midnight blue, camel, slate grey, and lipstick red.
To complementarily counter these more formal aspects, Trussardi looked to workwear. She opted for denims and leather to add a bit more ruggedness to the ensemble while also incorporating jersey as well as linen and silk blends.
In accessories, Trussardi kept things minimal and contemporary with thick-soled sandals and shiny backpacks. All in all, the collection rang with authenticity, deftly straddling the line between relaxed and luxurious.