Bally proposed a collection made up of daring classics. A series of chic clothes for an elegant woman that likes to surprise with touches of colour and a few, though never-excessive, tweaks. A tailored double-breasted jacket had masculine lines and raised embellishments all over it. A suit was white, topstitched and embellished with red lines and a red belt. Coats were linear, camel-coloured and fastened with a big bow, while a similarly structured skirt paired with a silk camisole top created a strong contrast. Camouflage and animal were the patterns most used on dresses and shirts, while tops and skirts came in croc effect leather. Soft fur came in black and white, and there were also little red leather coats. A bright shade of green was scattered throughout the collection: it appeared in a wool sweater, in trousers and in a mini-dress with maxi-ruches, which also featured in candy pink.