The new proposal of the Danish fashion house is impregnated with exuberant prints, impressive silhouettes and pantones of a fiery red that defines much of this series with which the brand invites the user to embrace maximalism and express themselves without inhibitions through color.
Stine Goya is once again bathing the burgeoning Scandinavian scene in art, vibrancy and prints with fluid silhouettes that dance rhythmically between unexpected patterns and elusive energies based on a value system dedicated to creating a more ethical, free and diverse world. Creations now stimulated by the surrealist current led by Almodóvar, which the brand translates into sartorial format.
Capturing the emotional power of this color, the ensemble of garments evokes a fiery and determined spirit, thanks to an abundance of bold prints and textures. Red contrasts visually with primary blue, in a dazzling swirling print that appears on a cardigan, a miniskirt and a fitted dress. A chromatic succession in which crimson also acts in a one-shoulder, buttoned shirts with languid sleeves and pants with pockets.
Finally, a series of pieces made in a silver, wrinkled and futuristic material are projected, as well as others in snake print that bring a subversive touch to the collection through sensual bustier dresses. Accessories finish off the looks of the PF-23 collection with kitten heels and angular bags in neon tones.
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