The Autumn 2015 season collection from Marco Grisolia was inspired by the meta-anthropological survey, expressed through Duane Zaloudek's saturated colors on canvas. We see impressions of the American artist, featuring strict architectural elements, as well as details in military style and vintage touches. Every piece comes with different volume, surface, beautiful texture and materials. Speaking of materials, then Grisolia used cotton popeline, viscose, wool crepe, wool, dubbed moleskin, micro-net, neoprene, faux leather, faux fur with plush effect, varnish fabrics, etc. The color palette includes white, ivory, dust, dark gray, pastel pink, toffee, tobacco; camo, red and black. There are accents of mustard, purple, tropical green, burgundy and orange.
I love the way Grisolia updated pockets with contrasting color patches. Personally, I find his creations mannish-inspired, where every outfit looks charming and artistic. The silhouette is elongated and interrupted at waist line (updated with beautiful detailing or embellishments). The fit is geometrical and angular. If you want to try on something to stand-out, then this is a must-have collection.
Can't say why, but this outfit looks very mannish and army inspired. In love with this black, glossy looking black jacket worn with tea length wrap khaki skirt.
An exaggerated camel colored belted coat is worn with matching color wide-leg pants.
Another khaki olive long coat completed with side double belt with plastic buckle.
That's an eye-catching salmon colored suit, what features a relaxed fit jacket paired with straight fit trousers.
That's a marvelous black, long coat completed with shoulder fur in white-grey color.
This retro looking black glossy coat in faux-leather is updated with fur cuffs.