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Mantero Seta preview latest S/S collection
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Apr '08
The season of change. PE 08 marks the path with seductive solutions but finally.

Mantero proceeds along its chosen path of in-depth research and experiments into rich, 3D and increasingly high-performance textures, more interesting because of their able mix of different threads.

Volume and lightness combined in the same fabric, the fibres becoming hybrid, the cottons looking to the silk and the silk playing with the synthetic fibres.

The jacquard fabric paints 3D effects in its triples and quadruples; the prints are micronized or giant. Geometric shapes are inspired by the organic, nature dressed as the city and vice versa, seeking a soft severity, sensual but rarefied.

Embroidery does not disappear, but is simplified; lurex is aged and never sparkling; the accessory is important but not obvious; the male look comes to the forefront as a source of inspiration. Seduction is sought with gentile elegance, subtle vibrations more internalised and less noticeable.

An important comeback for shantung, in the polished, elegant version; the potency of structured, compact and rigorous cotton. Curious and intriguing the raffia weave fabric.

Technical but attractive the cotton fabric printed with a mix of fluorescent and silicone pigments. Bright red, golden yellow and aquamarine are the outsiders in a season tending towards neutral, of powdered light colours, faded sorbets.

Mantero Seta SPA

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