Del Fabbro collaborated with Mario Sorrenti, stylist Edward Enninful, and hair and make-up artists Bob Recone and Frank B.
The result is a mysterious, glamorous ad campaign that's highly attractive. The color palette is dominated by silver, oyster and beige, with a dash of daring orange tones. The lurex used in jackets highlights the cosmopolitan style of the line, designed for a striking working girl full of attitude.
The high-waisted pleated trousers and geometric shapes are straight out of the eighties. Gauze is one of the key textiles used. We love the interesting mix of silks with leathers, in a search for new, innovative textures.
The him, the campaign focuses on a more formal look. But the belt worn by Marlon Teixeira in one photo is a reference to the sportswear style of the line, with some garments inspired by a snowboarder look.