For Spring-Summer 2015, Sandro radically modernizes the trends of the 70’s and 80’s, combining the eclectic influences of the two decades for a collection resolutely Parisian and contemporary. This season’s silhouette is more structured, minimal, and always in sync.

Natural and architectural landscapes of 70’s America inspired the bohemian spirit of the collection. Styles are made of fringe, suede and natural colors, like mint green, burnt red, and sunshine yellow. The collection embodies the joie de vivre of summer: From the vibe of Palm Springs, to the sporty-chic attitude of the East-Coast, to the rock festivals in the city, the looks emulate the pure joy and ease of summer.   

The energy of the 80‘s animates the collection with graphic styles inspired by design group Memphis, or pop icon Boy George. Pleats, stripes and prints by contemporary artist Yoko Honda bring rhythm to the look, while transparency, sequins and bright colors reflect the playful optimism of the era.  These colors spice up the more sober hues, like black, beige and khaki, which temper the collection, and give it a more urban attitude.

For accessories, lace slip-ons, espadrille wedges and sandals in sequins or velvet complete the feminine, elegant looks.