Nicoletta Spagnoli has consistently been giving a fresher spin to her fashion over the past few seasons in a bid to expand her clientele to younger consumers, or younger-minded ones.
With a strong retail footprint in Italy, she eschews seasonal trends to focus on a seasonal wardrobe, filled with resort and boho whiffs for spring.
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Short tunics, in solid georgette bearing a new LS logo, or knitted with jacquard heraldic floral patterns read French Riviera chic. Ditto for the dainty diaphanous ivory white and tobacco brown georgette column gowns. The latter mingled with black see-through, fringed capes worn as dresses, their tassels swishing as the models trod the runway under the colonnaded courtyard of a Milanese palazzo.
The leggy look of short shorts paired with relaxed blazers or vests in rich hues including a flashy bougainvillea red could easily be a workday business uniform for thirtysomethings in the city.
The girly boho attitude came to the fore in the puffy-sleeved crop tops crisscrossed on the torso and paired with a floor-length pleated skirt or in the overshirt and miniskirt ensemble and shrunken vests embroidered and trimmed with pompoms.
Launch Gallery: Luisa Spagnoli RTW Spring 2024
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