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The illuminist reinterpretation of Aigner for the Fall Winter 2019/20 collection

by Emanuela Cinti
Make use of reason, freedom and happiness for the purpose of improving living. With these principles the Enlightenment has projected the world towards progress as Aigner does with the new Fall Winter 2019/20 collection.



Christian Beck reinterprets the century of lights with garments characterized by clean lines, contrasting details and layered textures.

The pansy print represents the leitmotiv of the collation; breaks the rules thanks to rational lines infusing a romanticism declined in various interpretations such as the overall in embroidered tulle, the long feminine dresses and the wide trousers.The printed logo alternates with pearl embroidery, which run along with precious metals and gilded lurex yarns. The iconic horse’s head reminds us of the equestrian tradition of the brand, but this year we see it also declined on studs, which like precious gems appear on bags and accessories, becoming one of the emblematic features of the entire collection.

Finally, every look is complemented by pointed ankle boots, zip boots and sneakers, remaining in perfect harmony with the color palette of the entire collection.

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