The Blumarine woman has charisma. Ready to fight her battles like a passionate heroine out of a medieval tale.
A modern Joan of Arc.
A coat of strength and sensuality is her armor.
Silver and gold skintight draped minidresses, worn over matching leggings, wrap her body in liquid metallic shine.
Tall shearling greatcoats and high-collared cropped bombers have presence, exuding a bold, forceful vibe.
Thick buckled straps secure protection.
Glamour rhymes with fierceness. Long tunics knitted in metallic openwork skim the body, revealing its seductive
power. Fire-red flares up sinuous georgette numbers, frayed hems alluding at love battles. Ruched ribbons cascading
from velvet puffers hint at temptation.
Extremes coexist and thrive — the extra long maxi, the barely-there mini. Leather is rough and tough. See-through
chiffon is airy and delicate. Flares are exaggerated, trailing on the floor. Skinny pants are as skintight as can be.
Knickerbockers are tucked into high-heeled shearling boots. There’s no middle ground.
Reveling in the attitude of a provocateur. The Blumarine woman has glamour to spare. Yet she keeps a cool head.
She’s ready to fight — but she won’t waste her time on lost causes.

STYLING Lotta Volkova
EYEWEAR De Rigo Vision for Blumarine
HAIR Anthony Turner
MAKE UP Inge Grognard
SOUNDTRACK Michel Gaubert