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2016-03-10

Massimo Dutti SS2016 Collection


Massimo Dutti most inspiring collection, the NYC Collection is sheerly evocative. The stars responsible for its success are top models Doutzen Kroes and Andrés Velencoso. Martin Hunter is the eye behind the camera of the ethereal images that illustrate Massimo Dutti’s most urban collection, and the actors are the lovely Doutzen Kroes, elegant and subtle, along with Andrés Velencoso, one of the best international models on the scene today.


The garments in the Limited Edition Collection are increasingly coveted and sought-after, key pieces that provide an added fashionable plus, with special patterns and fabrics of absolutely exquisite quality. On this occasion. Neutral colours for the feminine pieces; with harmonious hues of blacks, beiges, whites and greys that establish continuity with previous editions. All of them created from fabrics including silks, linens and cottons for clothing and leather for accessories such as handbags and wallets.


In the Men’s collection, the chromatic protagonists are beige and navy blue in linens and cottons, both for casual wear and sartorial, undeniable key pieces in the collection. An innovation in the collection this season is the interweaving with leather pieces that have been toned down with alcohol to achieve subtle, yet stunning, effects.


The collection will be available at Harbour City store and Queen's Road Flagship Store in Hong Kong.


A new season captured by the lens of the great Mario Testino, and with the figures of Anna Mila and John Kortajarena heralds a successful collection in unique and essential articles for this SS2016.


Colour and a combination of lines could well be considered the stars of this new season in the Dutti Women’s Collection.


Articles that overflow with their own style, which separately create concepts brimming with expressiveness and trendiness, and that combined make up the style of a true woman, neutral while original in turn.


Ranging from olive greens to the khaki and petroleum blues of the Industry collection, in which the front pocket on the jackets and the skinny look of the trousers take on an important role, right through to the arabesque airs and reddish tones of the Asilah Collection in which a nod to Northern Africa is made with the free-flowing shirts and long blazers.

Ikat motifs, prints and earthy colours all make up this small Atlas Collection, in which linen is of utmost importance to cool down the warmest summer afternoons.


Beautifully worked leather accessories, esparto for shoes, even the total look of mustard, Burgundy and natural hue prints presage the seasonal changes, leaving the cold winds of winter behind.

And even more refreshing, there are the cold blues with greys making up the Saint Malo Collection, in which the shirts highlight the beginnings of a very important and well-worked part of the Dutti tailoring craft.


Minute strokes of black and leather embellished by accessories reminiscent of the seventies such as those from the Cape Town Collections with patterns of kimonos, long dresses and gold hued heels in sandals.


In the men’s collection we find ourselves with a wide ranging variety of neutral shades that clash with the appearance of different colours such as currant red or earth oranges.


Structured cotton sweaters with leather details that lend an air of distinction to the articles by disconnecting the easygoing nuances.

Earthy shades, indigos and beiges recalling the wondrous decade of the fifties in Cuba, country that holds the starring role in the entire Spring Summer Dutti Collection for men.

Herringbone blazers in natural colours, ethnic trends and striking use of linen with ethnic, geometric and tribal print shirts, all under the influence of a certain vintage look, which on occasion is combined with sports accessories such as glasses, satchel bags and pocketbooks.