Fiorucci Reveals Space-Themed PS19 Lookbook

Looking to the future.

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After its retro-inspired Fall 2018 lookbook, cult label Fiorucci is back with a more futuristic theme for Spring/Summer 2019. The space-age collection features updates of classic Fiorucci pieces, with key items coming in metallic textures while denim is reconstructed in a patchwork pattern.

As well as metallic items, another motif that runs throughout the collection is transparency. This includes pieces in fine gauze, mesh and plastic as well as pieces with cut-out panelling. Fiorucci’s signature graphics are also present throughout the collection, with this season’s prints referencing 1970s party culture. Lastly, the collection features a modern focus on sustainability, with knitwear pieces constructed using new plastic fibres. Take a look through the collection in the gallery above, and expect it to drop via the Fiorucci web store and London flagship in the near future.

In other fashion news, Vetements recently dropped new graphic items.

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