In this collection, Alessandro dell'Acqua combines the historic garment-crafting skills that are such an important part of the Rome-based company's heritage, with classic femininity. The result is a group of remarkably harmonious and fluid pieces. Skirts and jackets, even though in some cases generously sized and very long, have lost all traces of rigidity, and follow the curves and movements of their wearers. Women should be able to feel free at all times, whether during leisure time, work or formal occasions. Dell'Acqua uses high-waisted trousers very intelligently; they reach the floor and thus create a tapering form that renders the wearer visually taller without her having to wear high heels.
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