On AMI’s quest to define a modern and lively wardrobe, Prelude, its Fall-Winter 23 menswear and womenswear collection represents a new step towards establishing a more precise and distinguished look. This collection is the result of a thought that Alexandre Mattiussi, AMI’s founder & creative director, had in mind, ever since he founded AMI. This marks the beginning of a new chapter, for the brand and for him.

Prelude goes back to the essence of AMI; it expresses my sincere wish to create a pure, fresh and genuine collection. One that perfectly depicts the Parisian, male and female alike. This season, AMI’S winter is lighter: materials, colors and shapes are very soft, fluid — almost romantic, I may say. Like a cocoon, like a whisper.
Alexandre Mattiussi, Founder & Creative Director, AMI

The collection goes back to the essence of AMI, pure and pragmatic, fresh and flexible. This season, AMI’s winter is lighter: materials, colors and shapes are softer, very fluid. Inspiration for the collection stems from the way French people dress, a playful and effortless mixing of traditional, luxurious items and contemporary, casual ones.

Charlotte Rampling closed the Ami fashion show with poetry and grace

Walking down the runway at the Opéra Bastille this season was an eclectic mix of various generations: well-known faces and established models, with the likes of Charlotte Rampling, Amber Valetta, Scott Barnhill and Marie Sophie Wilson presented AMI’s Fall-Winter 23 collectionandmingled on the catwalk with up-and-coming faces, like Noah Hanes.