“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.” Ayn Rand
A celebration of women and their delicate yet determined personalities.
For the Spring/Summer 2019 season, Genny creative director Sara Cavazza explores the feminine world with an elegant and sophisticated collection touching different notes.
Romanticism is at the core of the lineup. French touches, – reminiscences of the sunny, frisky days in the Saint Tropez of the Seventies, – are mixed with Eastern accents and a futuristic vibe.
Exquisite waves pop up on the designs injecting a charming sense of movement. They appear on red and blue midi denim dresses, cut in sensual fitted silhouettes and embellished with contrasting stitching, as well as on a jumpsuit featuring the denim bodice matched with bottoms crafted from a silk fabric printed with an Oriental motif. The icon romantic embellishments also enrich the printed organza used for shirts and frocks cut in generous volumes.
Seventies’ silhouettes define the maxi dresses showing plunging necks and metallic knitted bodices, while a fluid jumpsuits is splashed with a kimono-inspired pattern. A futuristic touch is introduced with PVC, which is not only mixed with organza for the eye-catching obi belts, but is also combined with f luid jersey for chic maxi frocks punctuated by sparkling crystals.
In keeping with the collection’s signature edgy material experimentation, hyper feminine organza ankle boots reveal PVC inserts and a sleek metallic heel, while silk is combined with metallic knit on the geometric clutches.