Goal: to be one’s self: playful, dreamy, conquering, solitary, as a group, elegant and committed… These every day realities are set forth by Pablo in a magical setting where each person can be projected—between the English countryside, an Italian garden or an upscale Parisian hotel.
Long fluid dresses with floral motifs, blouses, lavallière collars, all bring to mind a femininity with a touch of the Seventies. No need to be an initiated fashion buff to mix together these different cocooning-knits, wraparound, snug, all in an array of colours that conveys a strong sense of authenticity. Overtones of brown, nude, honey or saffron, soft greys and navy blues draw a timeless palette, to be worn daily and in all seasons, in keeping with this Pablo spirit, where natural is a link between strength and fragility. While pleats have the delicacy of flowers, coats have definitely borrowed their styling from the masculine wardrobe: overcoats, duffle-coats, playful herringbone patterns and checks are the new armours of today’s amazons.
This taste of associations, distinctive of Pablo is in fact a daily way of life—from the office to the house, from an art gallery to a favourite restaurant. A long flouncy skirt worn with a cute pullover, featuring a lace detail along the neckline. There is a gentle clash between plain colours and prints, since the Pablo fashion, just like its followers, conveys a fanciful spirit and is always ready for fun and games. Both serious and without complexes, filled with references and a strong sense of freedom, refined yet so easy to wear, it announces a season during which women celebrate complicity. Fashion according to Pablo entails the pleasure to wear clothing that allows to start over and finally be one’s self. Its contemporary elegance? A certain idea of femininity; the art of being together and shared amusement. Today suddenly also becomes tomorrow, whether in Paris, in the English country side or an Italian garden.