A more subdued version of punk is what the Andrea Pompilio Spring/Summer 2015 collection was all about.
Pleated trimmings on shirts were mostly seen on the runways to give a kilt skirt effect without actually wearing one. Asymmetrical lines and relaxed tailoring gave a carefree feel to the collection but there were some playful elements as well, with grommets being scatted on shirts and sweatshirts. It kind of looked like those earlobe stretching piercing but somehow found its way on shirts, which is quite innovative. Every single piece posses certain street vibes to it either from the small detailing or the styling, making it a more rebellious take on formalwear.
To continue with the vision of punk rebelliousness, the socks were cut off at the toes while being paired with slip on slippers, which can be considered as Pompilio’s take on modern style dressing.
Words: Ievan Darwin