Italian, feminine, eccentric.

Sophisticated and dressed up, as for a Sunday lunch with the family.

She loves flared skirts and cotton shirts with masculine patterns, but with frilly ruffles and a new boxy shape.

She uses silk, feathers and fringes but she’s androgynous – against her will – with her slim-legged trousers, boyfriend coats in compact fabrics, plaid shirts.

She is never wearing plunging necklines, she uses lace and eco-friendly leather with the same lightness. Her femininity is in the small volumes, soft jersey and an accurate fit.

Micro pattern and mixed geometries: polka dots, little and big stripes, macro-checks.

Always chic in striped faux fur tops and boleros and black and white shearling.

Brushed and superfluffy mohair knitwear. Nordic jacquard ethnic in its own way and a bit Seventies. Nostalgic and sweet.

Fetish item: red blue and white checked top and trousers combination, repeated geometries like a painting by Frank Stella.

A rich palette of ivory, black and grey shades. Camel, cinnamon and brick red. Blue, iris and olive oil green.