There was an abundance of references to racing, included vibrant head-to-toe burning flames printed on cotton shirts, jackets, and trousers with animated speed flames on the hem of trousers. A selection of washed denim cargo jeans were influenced by pit crew uniforms. While oversized sweaters featured horses and speedometers, along with the words “More Speed.” The turbo-themed collection mixed references to motor-racing culture with a Nineties post-punk attitude.
In addition to racing there was strong lineup of outerwear. Giorgetti is a designer with his finger on the pulse, and was quick to address the trend, offering a series of superbly cut boxy topcoats and suits in classic hues. However, punchy neon pink and orange anoraks looked right at home alongside the gray wool and a camel longline coats, some with puffers layered over the coats. Similar to last season, the designer included images from the soccer-themed anime “Holly & Benji.” This and other cheeky elements were hidden in the collection, like the vintage light wash denim with the word ‘proibito’on the zipper. The collection also featured a collaboration with Fila and a re-issue of Fila’s 1992 Silva, which occasionally dangled from bum bags.