Who got a chance to know and “live” the work of Romeo Gigli, in the ‘80s and ‘90s, will certainly have an indissoluble memory of diaphanous and ancient women, of a fashion pervaded by a deep love for art and aesthetics, both Oriental and Occidental.
A still contemporary image trough the strength that these women transmit, antithetical to the only apparent fragility. Wrap-around coats, embroidered boleros, shirts and cache-coeur inspired by ballet, semi-deconstructed jackets with buttons, soft-curved dresses remain the strongest points. Romeo Gigli’s Man is a traveller inspired by all that contemporary age suggests.
Today, like yesterday Romeo Gigli represents modernity that taking into past.