IN ITS NEW COLLECTION “PRELUDE”, ALEXANDRE MATTIUSSI GOES BACK TO THE ESSENCE OF AMI
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.
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.