Aquilano.Rimondi Catwalk Fashion Show Milan FW2011
Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi were inspired by Dutch artist Piet Mondrian for their own collection, which was all about straight lines.
But the design duo kept away from the YSL-way of interpreting the Mondrian-theme, instead they only used the gridlines on the flapper-style dresses made from velvet and lurex, some embellished with geometric bead embroidery or ostrich feathers. Rich coats were made from boiled wool and interwoven with contrasting strips of satin. Colorwise Aquilano and Rimondi fell for burnished shades of copper and sienna plus lemon, orange and lime.