A collection that thrives on the rebellious teen sprit.
Let’s go back to student campuses in Milan, Paris, Berlin and California in the 70s. Let’s reflect on the daring attitude that the seventies brought to young people as they rebelled into freedom.
The designer of No. 21, Alessandro Dell’Acqua, used this as a focus point for the Fall/Winter 2017 collection. He drew from the demonstrations that occurred at that time and took aspects from it to guide his designs, be it from the revolutionary and relentless behaviour or the style of the era.
Dell’Acqua stated, “I wanted to express the idea of freedom and how it’s as relevant today as it was then”.
He used materials such as eco-shearling, wool, nylon-Duchesse and neoprene in mixtures of tonal and vibrant colours. The collection explores interesting detailing, including toggles on heavy fur coats and interrupted stitching on knitwear as Dell’Acqua re-imagines wardrobe essentials into a fresher, newer style.
See the full No. 21 Autumn/Winter 2017 Collection which showcased at Milan Fashion Week Men’s below