Cristiano Burani doesn’t know what boredom is. His idea of summer is carefree and fun, judging by the quantity of colours on show. The woman the Reggio Emilia designer imagined is profoundly urban, even when she’s headed to the beach. The below-the-knee plissé skirt in blue and white stripes did not clash with a patterned blouse, the shorts were innocently paired with a shirt, the crocheted knit dress despite being see-through was saved from naughtiness by its electric blue colour and its sporty shoulder straps. Denim was a constant, while leather lorded it down the runway. Yellow, red and blue exploded in sharply cut clothes but also in the bags and bumbags. It was loud and chaotic but somehow remained orderly despite giving the impression that pulling a thread would have unwound the whole thing.