In the latest collection, Pierre-Louis Masica summarizes his research in the 16 print copyright patterns around which the collection is developed, dividing the individual palettes into pixels, as a chromatic moodboard.
Each theme has a chromatic deploy and a graphic one in which the collection project shapes up. The prints are developed on garments encoded and fixed in the typical silhouette of the brand, made of enveloping outerwear, stratifications of light textures in contrast with full-bodied and soft fabrics, all printed in harmonic nuances.
The outerwear is at the center of the project: the reversible nylon trench coat is printed also on the reverse, like the jacket in the same material. The oversized coats are made of pancake wool, soft and enveloping, comfortable as shirts. The bomber jacket and sleeveless vest are made of printed silk, padded with douvet. The cape with the hooded scarf in tweed wool is genderless. New oversized silk shirts have alternatively silk and velvet piping.