Now in her third season, ex-assistant designer for Roberto Cavalli is really coming into her own. A designer who doesn’t seem to rely on front row buzz, Barbara’s shows are as understated as her collection; instead letting her talent speak for itself. The colour palette ranged from burnt orange and red tones to slivers of molten bronze and silver – mimicking the transition between sunset and sunrise. Key details included sunray pleats, sheer body skimming knits and Barbara’s signature oversized tailoring. Just one year since her on-schedule debut and 8 months after becoming the youngest guest designer at Pitti, Barbara Casasola is definitely one to watch.
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