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Maryling - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/2024

Maryling Fall Winter 2023/24  news collection

Maryling Fall Winter 2023/24 Hotel Maryling – A Room with a view

An irresistible desire to explore new environments and live different experiences inspires Maryling‘s Fall Winter 2023/24 collection, “Hotel Maryling – A room with a view”.

Maryling - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/2024
Maryling – Runway – Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/24

A true escape from everyday life accompanied by the anxiety of discovering something far from one’s own habits, which characterises the sentiment of the first days of travel, like an ideal sleep in the Great Bed of Ware, the spectacular (and gigantic) four-poster bed now housed in the V&A Museum in London, which in the 16th century welcomed curious travellers to Hertfordshire to give them a fairytale night. But, notwithstanding the leap in time, the magic of travel remains the same thanks to its ability to remain a personal luxury in the memory of those who have experienced it.

Maryling - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/2024
Maryling – Runway – Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Autunno Inverno 2023/24

Yes, travel, then, with unchanged desire and indulging the need to connect with others and with oneself in order to enjoy all the beauty that life has to offer. Simply, by moving our gaze beyond the usual boundaries. A gesture that, conceptually and visually, Maryling translates into the design that characterises its stylistic proposal for the coming cold season.

Starting with the patterns, which are multiple and explore a palette of colours in which echoes of the carpets of historic mountain hotels, in a unique chromatic combination of deep brown, burnt orange with hints of canary yellow and purple. In the foreground are monochrome dresses and colour block garments in dialogue with those prints inspired by artists who have created a link with hotel rooms worldwide, from Sofia Coppola in ‘Lost in Translation’ to the paintings of Edward Hopper.

But that’s not all. Maryling’s sartorial ars delights in the classic palette of the season, declining it on typically winter textures – wool, cashmere, mohair – and scratching it with notes of lava colour, botanic green, dolphin grey. And again baby orange in silk satin is used in combination with caramel and deep green, often interspersed with prints.

A collection that once again becomes the manifesto of Maryling’s style and the perfect vision of the happy encounter between art and luxury.

Maryling - Runway - Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/2024
Maryling – Runway – Milan Fashion Week Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/24

Turkey calls, Maryling answers
MFW show tickets on CharityStars, proceeds go to Save the Children
Turkey calls, Milan answers: Israeli designer Avshalom Gur, creative director of the Italian brand Maryling, decided to auction tickets for his show at Milan Fashion Week on CharityStars. In addition to seeing the show, there was a chance to go backstage to meet the designer, who is based in London. All to support Save the Children, the international organisation that has been fighting for over 100 years to save girls and children at risk and guarantee them a future. The association, already present for years in both Syria and Turkey, immediately took action to bring aid to the children and families affected by the terrible earthquake on 6 February.

Save the Children workers are working tirelessly to ensure the distribution of temporary shelters and basic emergency items; provide cash to families who have lost their homes and belongings; guarantee access to drinking water and essential hygiene and sanitation items to strengthen health services; to help reunite unaccompanied children with their families; to provide psychological support to children and their caregivers; and to activate Child Friendly Spaces to provide children of displaced families with safe and protected places to play and to help them process the traumas they have suffered.

To support all these activities, Avshalom Gur decided to link up with the CharityStars platform, which in turn will donate the proceeds of the initiative to Save the Children.

After studying at Saint Martin’s College, Gur worked with Donna Karan, for whom he designed the eveningwear line, Roberto Cavalli, Chloé and Nicole Fahri. In 2005 he launched the line that bears his name and has been creative director of Maryling since 2011.

Turkey has been a great source of inspiration for me for many years,” says the designer, “to create the Maryling collections. Over the past 20 years, I have travelled often through Turkey, discovering a people with a big heart that welcomes you with open arms and introduced me to the many facets of craftsmanship that make up its cultural mosaic. This unprecedented earthquake has shocked not only Turkey and Syria, but the whole world. This is a time to mourn, to suffer, but also to help rebuild what has been lost and protect what is left standing’”.
P.Rew.: Guitar Press Office

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