For his Fall 2013 RTW collection
Italian designer Antonio Marras
(image from vanityfair.it)
drew inspiration from the
the early twentieth century association of
London intellectuals who defied the norms.
Marrying varied prints, textures and forms
Marras captured the diversity of
of the Bloomsbury set.
The garments exude femininity and strength, acknowledging
the women and the then women’s concerns,
which were integral to the Bloomsbury message.
Marras presents smart andro-chic trouser suits
as well as dress silhouettes, which
celebrate the female form.
His attempt to interpret and to present
a cohesive collection which evokes a
hits a successful note.
(images from fashionising):
Antonio Marras, a/w 2013