The latest Antonio Marras resort collection was inspired by Peggy Guggenheim and the visit of her museum in Venice. It's all about mixing prints, playing with Venice, simple shapes and embroidered fabrics. The pre-spring collection features amazing desgins, including sweater sequined with a Venetian scenes on the canal, trapeze swing coat made out of a non-sticky neoprene, Sixties-inspired coats, A-line dresses, brooch-encrusted collarless jacket in geometric brocade, organza cardigans and T-shirts beaded with Venetian scenes. I am so in love with Marras use of bold florals, embroideries, and gorgeous fabrics (linen, satin, lace, stretch, patchwork).
Creative headgear with oversize coral branches and a gold gondola.
Black and white stripes are always in trend.
Venetian scene on the canal with gondola. I am so in love with this print.
We see the same Venetian scene printed shirt tucked in wrap light grey, long wrap skirt.
We see a fit-and-flare hacking jacket in a Prince of Wales plaid featuring hand-embroidered embellishments with Nineties-style full pants.
That's a pretty bright top (multistriped) styled with sky blue long skirt.
We see an exaggerated crispy white jacket with black lapels.
I am so in love with this sky blue ankle-length straight fit skirt.
Are you Venice addicted? If so, then I advice you to buy this pretty white pullover with signature Venetian building print.
The oversized coat in floral print looks creative and original.
Looking for something sweet and ladylike? Try on this jacquard floral coat and dress.
You can team a black striped white T-shirt with floral, wide ankle-length pants.