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"Flower Storm" by Luisa Beccaria.

Discover the A/W 23-24 collection inspired by the power of nature.


The Luisa Beccaria woman for autumn/winter 2023-2024 embodies the dialogue between ideal and everyday life, the desire for romanticism and the will for independence.

Material textures such as corduroy (also printed), wool and flannel alternate with the impalpable chiffon and devoré silk, giving way to technical fabrics for warm down jackets and metallic jersey with a luminous weave.



The silhouettes play with volumes, with bold touches contrasting the more fluid and fitted shapes.

Lengths range from maxi to mini.




Chains and showers of buds embellish ruffled stretch wool dresses paired with balaclavas for the day.

The intense red trousers with soft lines are completed by an overcoat with dropped shoulders and a tight waist with high ton sur ton belts.

The same piece transforms into a mini dress in soft sugar-colored suede.

The rose-studded shirt is worn over the printed turtleneck, while the monochrome jersey blouse becomes couture with tailoring ribs and filaments.




For the night, the petal and bud print is transferred onto black velvet in the form of small embroidery or completely transformed into a sensual, voluptuous violet of thought.

Metallic flashes light up mermaid dresses covered in degradé sequin cascades, alternating with other tight-fitting devoré velvet pieces.




The coats are very warm: a solid mohair maxi coat (white, red, sugar paper) for the night, and an egg-shaped bomber with a hood for the day, also available in a vest version.


Photos by Marco Lorè



The color palette entirely reflects the tones of the enigmatic Giorgione's Tempest.

Ivory and cream give way to moss green, blue-greens, teal and turquoise, shades of pink lit up by red and bordeaux, deep touches of black, bronze flashes and grey-blue nuances of a winter mountain sky, between crystal clarity and stormy tones.


Cinematography and Editing by by Marco Lorè | Videomaker Marco Savini







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