PINKO presents a capsule collection for the Fall/Winter season designed by digital content creator Eleonora Carisi.
PINKO continues to promote freedom, independence and autonomy with the new chapter of the #Fearlessbeauty project. The brand unveils a special collaboration with Italian digital content creator Eleonora Carisi, a style icon with a personal and unique point of view on fashion.
For this project, Eleonora Carisi collaborated with the PINKO team on a capsule collection of clothing and accessories, unveiling her signature interpretation of the brand’s glamorous, cool and contemporary style. Playing with a palette of neutral tones, ranging from white to camel and black, mixed with a sophisticated touch of primrose purple, the capsule reveals a look rooted in essential and refined urban elegance.The masculine tailored cuts of trenches, coats and suits meet PINKO’s signature femininity defining jersey sweaters, jacquard shirts and skirts with laces to tie around the waist.
An urban mood characterizes the jeans and tie-dye sweaters, while PINKO’s glamorous soul gives life to a series of special pieces, including mini skirts and one-shoulder dresses enriched by a cascade of sequins. Completing the offering, a half-moon mini bag is available in two colors, fuchsia and beige; a refined clutch with metal chain is decorated with sequins and a pair of sandals, rendered in black or camel, feature feminine laces to tie around the ankle… for a touch of sensuality.
The PINKO #Fearlessbeauty collection designed by Eleonora Carisi, which will feature a special personalized label, is available in a selection of PINKO stores and on the brand’s online store.
“In this capsule I bring my experience as a working woman, an entrepreneur adding a fashionable touch that give us that extra twist to stand out from the crowd. A maxi winter coat, elegant for business appointments but also for this upcoming season’s party nights. PINKO’s signature mini dresses to be worn with clutches crafted from matching fabrics and laced sandals, because we go sockless even in winter. For those who feel comfortable wearing masculine cuts, pant suits paired with tone-on-tone or brighter colored silk shirts. Ultra-thin wool sweaters to layer under the blazers, but also to be worn as dresses with extra long sleeves. There is also a more quotidian look with jeans with grunge details and ripped sweaters for women who cannot renounce streetwear looks,” says Eleonora Carisi.