Marco De Vincenzo revealed his latest collection at Milan Fashion Week! Take a sneak peek at the young designer's line and get inspired!
The new Marco De Vincenzo fall 2013 collection has been
displayed at Milan Fashion Week. The young designer, who graduated
the Fashion and Costume from the European Institute of Design in
Rome and started his career in October 2000 by designing
accessories for Fendi, showcased a feminine line featuring chic
wearable pieces. De Vincenzo admitted that he constantly tries to
express something new. So, once again, he managed to bring a range
of unique, never-seen-before pieces.
"The chameleonic side of fashion has always fascinated me. As a kid I would spend hours on end looking at old family photos, and what surprised me was that, thanks to fashion, some people were completely transformed, becoming almost unrecognizable. That was when I started designing clothes, but it was during the first years of high school that my passion grew stronger," he said.
The latest Marco De Vincenzo fall 2013 collection
includes leather and fur elements mixed with gorgeous silhouettes,
combinations that add a particular luxurious flare to the line. The
Italian designer seems to have fun with textures and cuts and
creates his personal super-stylish versions of some timeless
classics. Ah, just check out those leather pleats and the marble
pattern used for those oh-so-chic dresses! Aren't they absolutely
Marco De Vincenzo's line includes pencil skirts, turtlenecks, tops, jumpers, pants, and some elegant, statement-making outerwear goodies such as coats and capes. Have a nosey!
So, are you ladies ready to spice up your wardrobes? Oh, then just have a look at the new Marco De Vincenzo fall 2013 collection and get ready to spice up your dressing! You'll certainly find some really voguish ideas in his line. De Vincenzo admitted that he gets inspired “anywhere, anytime”. “It can be an image, an object, a person, a detail, everything can inspire me and become pliable to my needs. Then and now,” Marco De Vincenzo told Motilo.
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