Maxime Simoens confronts the references of the House with a radical vision of sewing, without concession. It redefines the codes of an ultra-contemporary glamor or the sophistication, Haute Couture is doubled by a quilt to draw the contours of the new woman Azzaro: a festive, casual and free heroine that imposes playing his uninhibited attitude until the end of the night.
This first collection pays tribute to the creator of the house who, starting from simple jewelry creations for his wife, began to integrate them to the clothes before finally creating his own collections. The finery now breaks down to disseminate their brilliance on the volume of the pieces and to awaken a contemporary graphic fluidity.
Of the first silhouettes, the jewel subtly highlights the architectural cuts of the models before detecting like a rain of light on the creations.The embroideries emphasize in a true work of goldsmith the sinuous curves of the body or the three iconic rings of the house. Maxime Simoens dares the mixture of genres and juxtaposes opposites to define the nonchalance of a resolutely modern pace.
The attitude glamor brings the ultimate contemporary touch by renewing the codes of sewing. The palette of colors combines its strength in the sober of a fake black. This collection opens an innovative dialogue between heritage and modernity, couture and experimentation.