“New horizons”

A modern mix of past and present takes the Amina Rubinacci collection on to new horizons. Patterns are sourced partly from the 1920's Art Decò – small repeat geometrics, lozenges and bias checks. Bauhaus weaves have inspired some of the jacket knits. More recent influences can be seen in the leopard prints, patterns and abstract florals. Metallic finishes and lurex....


An entirely new range of denim blues, plain and melange, perfectly combine with the rest of the seasons palette. Soft buttery yellow, pale cherry-blossom pink, neutrals, beige, light grey, stone and white. Mid tones, sea green, camel and a deep fruity red. Navy and silver. Classic grey flannel and charcoal. A sophisticated dark purple. Black and gold.

Fibres and fabrics

Cashmere takes the front row: pure and blended, single and multi end. Merinos wool for our Milano coats and jackets, fine and chunky for knits. Warm winter cotton. Velvet chenille. Metallic effect yarn and laminates. Gold and silver lurex for tweeds and fancy yarns. Sequined silk and wool. Marled cotton jersey for overcoats. Satin and crêpe. Metallic, finish wool flannel for suits and pants. Winter cotton canvas stretch. For coats and jackets, Loro Piana solid wool and houndstooth check and super comfort light weight tecno-finish wool. Fake fur and brushed coat weight wools. Rip-Stop shiny-aged Nylon for capes and trench coats.

Shape and volume

Eclectic combinations in this season’s new silouettes, with hints of the 20's in the longer lines and kimono cardigan coats. Suits with slim short jackets and flattering flared pants. Oversize cropped coats with deep raglan sleeves and fur collars. False and real double breasted jackets with straighter lines. Slim ribbed and jersey shapes pencil skirts. Pencil, wrap-over and pleated skirts.

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