Wool fabrics are reinterpreted in their tactility and uses, playing with emphasising contradictions. Snappy and technical hands for youthful suits, contrasting with the fluidity of fabrics for wool-silk blazers; very fine, almost transparent gauzes, super-compact weaves and academic designs proposed in three-dimensional surfaces. The colour palette draws inspiration from the paintings of the late 19th and early 20th century. The broad scale of blues is inspired by the works of Picasso and Casagemas; the yellows and ochres are taken from the paintings of Kirchner; the different associations of green, turquoise and yellow bring to mind the works of Laurencin, Seurat and Hokusai; finally, the particular colour shades used in the works of Donghi, Bocchi and Casorati are also reinterpreted.