Tailored blazers, crisp button-down shirts and knee-length skirts aren’t the typical Priscavera girl signature, but these refined touches are a sign of the eight-year-old label’s growing maturity. “This season, we’ve thought a lot about how to transform Priscavera into a daytime look,” says Prisca Franchetti. “It’s not just about the party, it’s about building a wardrobe that works for the everyday.”
Franchetti doesn’t completely abandon her playful audience. The models still wore massive corsets and see-through fabrics, with ponytails pulled back tightly and eyebrows thin 90. This time around, the bodice isn’t boned, instead the figure tracking details are amplified with comfortable contrast whipstitching.
Most color palettes lean more towards a solid color path dominated by black, burgundy, lilac and a hint of silver. Franchetti pared the print with a subtle logo graphic that could be mistaken for a classic leopard print from a distance but is actually a dog paw print with the brand name intertwined. Towards the end of the collection, Franchetti highlighted some work-friendly striped and plaid pieces for added versatility. “For a few seasons, I felt really still,” she said. “I think it’s very exciting to get back to building something that feels more honest now.”