A couple, Justin and Chiara – the designers of the brand – and a concept, which is to translate the emotions in clothes that make us more vulnerable, and of which we are most reluctant to speak. Gall is darkness, but this term is also synonymous with hostility, venom, animosity, arrogance and bitterness, feelings that we all fear or we have experienced in a previous life. After clashing with Gall, you come out strengthened.
The men’s and women’s collections presented so far, the spring-summer and autumn-winter, want to be the shield of human frailties. These clothes are in fact designed and manufactured to put at ease, once worn, the wearer. No limits, no barriers. “Creating structured cothes and building them in the best way possible. Gall blends sillouettes dynamics with special fabrics throughout Italy, creating a contemporary look, always new, luxurious but with a touch of mystery.” This is the thread that links all the clothes Gall.
For the winter collection the designers of the brand, try to blend the past with the present. They are attracted by rust and by its color, reminiscent of the deserts of New Mexico, the dark fossilized magma of volcanoes Teide and Thera. Black is brand’s cult color and here is “the darkness of the palette, while the use of abstract prints produces a bright harmony to breathe.”
Gall is an ode to freedom in a fashion that is not only appearance but also concept, is in the depths of creativity bringing out a good product, and meaningful.
ph courtesy: press office
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