Every collection is inspired by a different artist; if the S/S 2014 was all influenced by Raku, the Japanese form of ceramic, for the F/W 2014/2015 Gabriele Colangelo found inspiration in works of Kazimir Malevich* and Joachim Bandau**. The square was like a white canvas of the collection; a base on which the designer built a whole collection. It was a great pattern play, layering wool on wool or sheer gazar, achieving a two dimensional effect. A base shape of the collection were prolonged garments, like sleeveless dresses or to the knee skirts, mostly paired with a cocoon-ish shaped coats and tops. The featured color palette included all gradients between black and white with all greys  in between, to achieve an ombré effect. The small pop of color were given by bags with some yellow-fluo details or pale pink, the same one used on models lips. 

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/ Photos courtesy of Gabriele Colangelo /

* "Black Square"
** his watercolors