One of many things that makes Marco de Vincenzo stand out amidst the fashion flock? His attention to fabrics and his ability to transform a look by using new techniques that give that added twist to the fabrics. This season chez de Vincenzo was no different. A saffron colored check coat and pencil and a baby pink skirt suit both came done heavily in fringe, which somehow had the effect of fur. The check theme ran throughout in different iterations. On an ombre white, pink, and black swing skirt, the checks fell at a diagonal and was topped off with a crop top with exaggerated white and grey checks.
Then there were the multi-colored woven fabrics, like a long vest that fell over a mini skirt, both with undone hems, with a pattern that eased into shimmery black stripes at the bottom. A black blazer even came with lapels in lines of silk in variations of pink. The looks are wearable and the fabrics are like no one else’s, which is why LVMH took notice last season and entered into a partnership with the designer. We also hear Anna Wintour likes to wear de Vincenzo when she’s not wearing Prada.