Delicate silks juxtaposed with rugged leather, sheer chiffon combined with structured tailoring – a stunning interplay of light and shadow, with a sense of depth and dimension that draws the eye in. Ethereal elegance and raw edginess for the Ann Demeulemeester SS/24 Collection by the newly appointed creative director Stefano Gallici. Born in 1996 and an alumnus of IUAV in Venice, he started his professional journey in Antwerp, initially as an assistant designer under the tutelage of Haider Ackermann. Subsequently, he ventured to Paris, where he assumed a pivotal role within the creative ensemble responsible for the menswear division at Ann Demeulemeester before taking over also womenswear this season. Backstage report by Nicola Bortoletto.
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The collection showcased a visionary fusion of unexpected textures and avant-garde silhouettes, pushing the boundaries of conventional design. Egon Lab's commitment to sustainability was evident through the use of innovative eco-friendly materials, such as recycled fabrics and organic dyes, showcasing their dedication to a more conscious fashion industry. The garments exuded a sense of effortless elegance, balancing edgy elements with refined tailoring. From asymmetrical hemlines to sculptural draping, each piece celebrated individuality and self-expression.