Spring Summer 2025 Collection:

A season dreaming of Africa

The warm colours of the African continent tell the story of the new Fashion collection which stands out for its lightness and brightness, the same which also illuminates the chic Atelier line, which has exclusive compositions such as silk and organic cotton as musts. Even in the classics, the colour palette of iconic yarns, always present in the collections, is renewed.

The shades that make summer 2025 shine take inspiration from nature, starting from the colours of the African lands, ocher, beige and burnt, up to the composition of yarns such as silk, viscose, linen and organic cotton which, alternating, give life to soft and light garments and accessories. Both the 5 proposals of the fashion collection and the 4 proposals of the Atelier line show their character. However, the colour charts of 5 classic yarns are renewed, enriched with more current hues: Nuovo Jaipur, Milo, Silky, Cablé 5 and Sugar.

Let’s introduce the yarns of the Fashion line. Also offered in the “Mix&Match” version, the line opens with the Kenya pair (36% cotton, 36% linen, 28% viscose), a multicolored yarn with a simple striped effect, and Tanzania (75% cotton, 25% viscose), ideal for thin sweaters, fresh dresses and light outerwear. Added to this are Savana (41% organic cotton, 31% viscose, 22% polyamide, 6% metallised fibre) a thin bouclé yarn, made even brighter thanks to the lurex thread, and Safari (55% cotton, 30% polyester, 15 % polyamide), perfect for a “Chanel” style in which cotton mixes with microsequins. Designed to make summer bags and clutches, we have Malindi (83% cotton, 12% polyester, 5% other fibres), a cotton covered with a thin layer of wax for a pleasant leather effect.

The Atelier line stands out for the refinement and excellence of the yarns, designed to interpret a refined and chic style. Let’s see them together: Zanzibar (51% cotton, 32% polyester, 10% other fibres, 7% metallic polyester) a cotton yarn made luminous because it is covered with a thin layer of glossy polyester. Also in the “Mix&Match” version we find Mauritius (100% organic cotton) with a dégradé and stone washed effect and Seychelles (65% cotton, 35% hemp). A product of absolute value is the Dubai yarn (72% silk, 28% organic cotton), unique and non-replicable thanks to its strictly hand-made print.

We conclude the presentation with the classic yarns Nuovo Jaipur, Milo, Silky, Cablé 5 and Sugar which, while maintaining tradition, will be presented in the coming season with a renewed color palette to always keep up with trends.