Young and dynamic, the Pinko woman walks along the streets of the international metropolises with a natural elegance. Her sophisticated, sought-after look conceals a rock ‘n’ roll heart that gives a rebellious instinct to her innate sensuality.
The Pinko wardrobe for the Fall/Winter 2018 season is made up of floral prints in soft shades, ideal for the start of the season, that on a black background reveal the feminine and plucky spirit of skirts and dresses, also combined with the regimental striped print.
The play on layering and mix&match of unexpected elements is the perfect expression of a style that’s immediate, that follows the trends of street style with strong accents of personality. The ultra-feminine slip dresses are back, along with the slinky lingerie tops, edged in lace and warmed by soft, figure-hugging tricot sweaters with different necklines, reinterpreted with country notes with the accessories, like the Texan ankle boots.
Smooth and luminous, velvet is one of the undisputed protagonists of the season, used in total look for the suit, embroidered for the kimono and trousers combination, or as a detail edging the neckline of the tuxedo jacket, in classic black. Corduroy is coloured pink in the wide-leg mid-rise trousers, combined with the tweed coat, where tweed is confirmed as the must-have texture for coats and little boxy jackets with fringed edges.
Maxi-dresses and faux fur jackets and vests encounter the military-inspired silhouettes and colours of the jacket and the coats with frog loop fastening, gold embroidery, and metallic buttons, of the tube skirt and the parka, including a luxurious version with faux fur lining.
Fabrics and structuring borrowed from the world of men’s tailoring define the most sophisticated face of the collection. Skirts with intriguing asymmetry and flirty slits, worn with T-shirts or silk blouses, and tailored trousers, all find space alongside the impeccable daywear suits. The rigour of these pieces is tempered by the romantic inclination of the mini-dresses with delicate floral prints, combined with soft tricot sweaters, while a leopard print in an unusual palette of grey, white and black, lights up the collection with wild vibrations.
In an exciting kaleidoscope of colours, purple, red, orange and green are mixed with classic shades of beige and blue in a group of pieces where an athleisure inspiration evolves into the new streetwear, glamorous and contemporary.
It’s a celebration of individual style. A striped sweater illuminated by a sequin detail is worn over a hooded sweatshirt, a hyper-feminine draped skirt is embellished with a sport band, the sequined skirt is worn with a simple sweatshirt with a retro flavour, while the eccentric feel of the faux fur maxi-coat is tempered by the houndstooth pattern cigarette trousers.
In the dark of night, the bold sensuality of the Pinko woman meets her rigorous and concrete spirit. Her sophisticated look imbues an eveningwear wardrobe that reveals all her femininity. Slip dresses covered by a cascade of sequins or decorated with precious lace inserts. Silk devoré mini-dresses illuminated by metallic threads and leather mini-skirts to combine with fluid wrap tops. But at the same time, tuxedo effect jumpsuits cinched at the waist by bow sashes, double-breasted suits with cropped trousers, and the ever-present tuxedo.
Pinko celebrates the beauty of each woman by putting the accent on her innate charm and her spontaneous but aware interior strength.