Giordano Ladies launches its spring/summer 2019 collection inspired by the charm of constellations in the night sky.
Inspiration takes form in abstract geometric or linear details, manifested as contrasting black and white or an interplay of varied shades of lightness and darkness.
The latest collection focuses on simple, clean, modern classic clothes for the modern-day Filipina.
The Giordano Ladies spring/summer collection is composed of asymmetric pieces, culottes, pleats, knitted tops, and cardigans, with colors and patterns that resemble the dramatic and romantic night sky and the stars.
Just as the moon’s soothing light shines through the dark, the collection offers a mesmerizing and striking opposition of light and dark. The contrast trim cardigan, boat neck knitted tank, and geometric blocking pleated knitted skirt ensemble has an unexpected, surreal cut-out detail just as how the moon shies away from the long top.
Embracing the starry sky, the constellation-print cotton dress, paired with cotton dobby side-slit culottes and wingtip leather brogues reworks the elegance and timeless beauty of a modern Filipina.
The late chilly breeze and the eloquence of the night inspired the combination of the airy cotton blended swallow tail woven tank and cotton blended maxi culottes.
Stars are glistening in this new collection as tiny reflections of micro sequins are attached to the long cardigan paired with a double-knit tank top and cotton dobby side-slit culottes.
Another palette in the collection is inspired by the shimmering reflection of moonlight on a quiet lake with the watercolor-print asymmetric dress.
Finally, the lake jacquard cotton knitted top with matching jacquard knitted pencil skirt projects one of the countless ways on how the brand reinterpreted the starry skies.
Visit Giordano Ladies at SM Aura Premier, SM Megamall, The Podium Mall, The Shoppes, Solaire Resort and Casino, and at Ayala Cebu this April.
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