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The New Post-Romantic Poetics by Marco Rambaldi

A new romantic collection and an inclusive cast take to the runway

The New Post-Romantic Poetics by Marco Rambaldi A new romantic collection and an inclusive cast take to the runway

Ready. Set. Go. Milan Fashion Week begins with a hymn to love by Marco Rambaldi. A feeling made up of a thousand shades, inclusive, that starts with love for ourselves and our uniqueness. "Let's break with conventions, let's not hide, but rather let's show ourselves in our new refined uniqueness, modern Lady Godiva, let's ride on our identities" says the Bologna designer who, to tell his New Post-Romantic Poetics, brings a kaleidoscope of faces and bodies on the catwalk of the ADI Design Museum in Milan, without limits of gender, size or age, thus contributing to revolutionizing the aesthetic vocabulary that defines the concept of contemporary beauty. The models, including the singer Ariete and the porn star Valentina Nappi, proudly walk the runway, interacting with each other and with the public to bring the pieces created by Rambaldi to life.

The focus of the collection is on knitwear, which has always been the brand's trademark. The outfits, in fact, are a captivating mix of crochet tops, micro and macro cardigans, lurex sets, minidresses, sensual dresses with deep slits, bomber jackets, soft trousers and miniskirts. All decorated with animal prints, graphic patterns, hearts and in candy shades ranging from pink to teal. The must-have item is the suit that leaves the back bare, while the accessory to add to the shopping list is the iconic Dr. Martens. 

Pierpaolo Piccioli was in the front row applauding, and in collaboration with Camera Nazionale della Moda, he decided to support the young emerging talent by streaming the show live on Maison Valentino's Instagram profile. A confirmation of the fact that Rambaldi is unquestionably one of the most interesting fashion designers on the scene.