Sandro – Ready-to-wear 2019

SANDRO RTW 19- Fall-winter 2019 collection

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SANDRO RTW 19- Fall-winter 2019 collection
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Sandro Headquarters Installation Thursday 28th February 2019

Making good commercial clothes in the current environment requires a great deal of savour faire, a brand like Sandro can try too hard or also risk become dull.

Yet, the clothes shown at the studios for the coming seasons demonstrated their gift for balancing this conundrum very successfully as well as maintaining their reputation for quality.

Personally I always note how good their blouses and shirts are; items often left to chance in collections, or with insufficient detailing to warrant a purchase.

The embroidery or details on these pieces are always of high quality and finish. This season the Canada and the great outdoors was apparent as a thread, which resulted in jet embroidery on a plais shirt for example, or a fringed red and black plaid jacket.

There were also muted country greens and browns an overall an easy, slightly 70’s, atmosphere to the collection. Longer soft skirts, easy jackets in tweed or shearling and an interesting mix of urban and country which was also a tiny bit British Sports Weekend!

The prints were witty in close up , with foulards featuring a motif of cowboy boots, and paisleys with a bandana layout all of which were in rich autumnal tones.

The beginning of the season was in rich coppery beech and chestnut shades, with a dash of faux animal motifs scattered in.

Sandro clients will have plenty to smile about when these clothes are delivered in store, and in a difficult retail climate  the design team should feel confident that they’ve pulled off a successful seasons fashion stories.



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