The sculpted fashion of Marina Moscone
Wednesday June, 28th in the Hotel Scribe in Paris. We have an appointment with Marina Moscone, a young designer based in New York. She was born in Canada to an Italian father and a South African mother. She grew up surrounded by a profusion of different cultures.
After her studies at the Parsons School of Design in New York, she had worked as Peter Som’s design director before founding her own label. Marina Moscone’s brand was settled in 2016 by Marina and Francesca Moscone. With classic high-quality Italian fabrics and a perfect mastery of construction, she creates an understated luxury wardrobe. Each piece offers a flawless fit for a modern and romantic elegance to glorify the woman wearing it. The Marina Moscone’s woman is this extraordinary type of discret woman who doesn’t catch the eyes but whose you eternally remember.
This Wedenesday, she presents to us her Resort 18 Collection targets once more a poised and confident woman seeking for a subtil romantism. For this season, Marina Moscone was inspired by arts and especially by the works of Jean Arp.
His surrealist metallic sculptures were a reference for clothes volumes and construction, such as the lavishly cut sleeves or the curved silhouettes. We can find also something from the famous Brancusi’s studio, particurarly in the color palette composed by whites, muted pink, amber, dusty green and some black touches.
Besides, some clothes offers prints designed by Marina Moscone which reminding about Earth structures and textures such as the marble prints opening up on a cape strapless dress.
This resort 18 Collection presents a lot of key strong pieces like a splending white off-the-shoulder shirtdress which can be worn as a dress or opened as a jacket. We can find also light hammered satin garments and feminine knits you could mix and match.
For a more glamorous and sexy silhouette you can opt for the metallic silk dresses or this silk jacquard jumpsuit.
Each garment is really the result of a perfect mastery of volumes and cuts, always made with carefully chosen fabrics. Marina Moscone is doubtlessly a rising star designer to keep a close eye on.