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Trussardi’s fall/winter 2015 collection is a study in the individuality found in sleek, modern women.
Trussardi brought forth tailored, clean silhouettes to contrast with stately, shimmering fabrics. Craquelé leather had a metallic sheen to it, while the natural color shades of nude, cream, gray, spiced green, played against looks in bronze. Plongé nappa leather, teaseled felt, and double cashmere cloth enhanced the body’s curve, adding to unexpected movements in transparent materials, only revealed by light. The use of contrasts continue with patterned patchwork and sweaters made from glimmering metallic yarn.
An appearance of the cool girl on-the-move graced the runway in pantsuits, coats, and below-the-knee dresses in loads of leather. Boned tops and bustiers encompassed seductive simplicity, while the cool shimmer of Lurex and tactile textures appeared on bulky sweaters to create the face of outerwear.
One of our favorite looks was a long-sleeve leather dress in dark gray. Breast pockets, a clean collar, and a high slit offset aviator sunglasses, a waist-worn belt, and high-ankle booties.