For the Spring/Summer 2024 season, the SANDRO design studio imagines the wardrobe of the cosmopolitan woman, whose energy is reflected in a mix of styles. Silhouettes are outlined by a contrast of influences and volumes.
The preppy look is rethought in new proportions that alternate from one extreme to the other. Jackets are worn short and narrow, or with a long shoulder. Tight tops are combined with wide trousers. The clean lines of tailoring contrast with ruffled dresses, which are all about movement. Black and white evokes the feminine 90s, while greys soften the rigour of the college uniform. This season, rhinestones adorn everyday pieces such as denim and jersey, to wear day or night.
Timeless pieces are juxtaposed with sunny, vibrant hues. Midsummer is embodied in dip-dyed pieces, and expressed in a profusion of colours that evoke the cycles of the sun. The richness of the prints echoes Indian influences, both through toile de Jouy and a faded paisley motif that appears to have been soaked in water for too long. Medallions enrich the knitted ensembles, which are worn close to the body, and metallic flowers contrast with the softness of satin.