Double Audry Jacket - White

CARLOTTA_ACTIS_BARONE (London, United Kingdom)
£550.00€694.00, $934.00, ¥95,127.00
Available in Extra Small / Medium / Large / Extra Large. Please state your preference in the comment box during the checkout stage.
Jacket: 65% Virgin Wool, 25% Polyamide, 10% Cashmere
Bolero: Faux Leather
Lining: Viscose Mix
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The Double Audry is a cropped woollen jacket. This jacket has a contrast colour lining, long sleeves and is perfect over an evening outfit as well as for a daytime look. It is fitted to the body and has sophisticated lines, yet the unusual asymmetric wavy opening gives it a very modern feel. The jacket is paired with a faux leather, contrast colour, bolero-like piece that can be worn on top of the jacket or separately, so this purchase includes two separate items. Made in Italy.

This collection is a tribute to feminine art and sensitivity. This season, the images and concept references of the collection were inspired by the Italian born artist: Manuela Corti. On the same wavelength of the new geometric work of the artist, the linear 2D cuts of the garments are used as a contrast, creating a 3D effect, which enhances the female body. The clothes are sophisticated and elegant, giving the women who wear them a 1930s aura of refinement that reassesses the contemporaneous style of the Tamara de Lempika paintings and the ever so classic Coco Chanel. The fabrics are assembled as a contrast between flowing (the soft pleated nets), the semi-rigid (the faux leather), in-between the transparent (the fine nets) and the opaque (the thick jerseys and wools). Shapes and textures tell the story of the intricate female mind, which makes women so fascinating and mysterious. The collection is formed, in the majority, of dresses, cocktail dresses and evening gowns, but also elegant jackets and coats. The colours that run through the garments are mainly blacks, whites and their shades such as cream and greys, to better express the stratification of the elements and the beauty of the contradictions when they are assembled together.