Another classic of Krizia fashion, we see the return of a revisited plissé, in the form of short, light tunics. Other tunics come in a barely-toasted coffee-colour chamois, or in gilded leather, but with transparent sleeves and square windows. The line is soft and flowing as always. Subtle transparencies lighten the stripes on cardigans and the inverted pleats on skirts, or cover deep splits. Lengths, with the exception of the odd minidress, are almost all below the knee.
Colours go from natural shades (ivory, sand, ecru) to burnt tones (earth, coffee, cocoa) to a Tuareg blue, aquamarine, black-and-white, white, to a total black, nuanced with transparencies.
Materials, natural cottons, linen canvases, cady, crêpe, silks and satins, organzas and meshes, tulle; chamois and leather. Encrustations, appliqués and embroidery for jewel-dresses. In knitwear, tulle tape, ecru silk gimp for relaxed cardigans and sweaters with or without print.