Personality is certainly not lacking in the woman proposed by Rossella Jardini and neither is vitality, packed as the collection was with colours, style and references. Anything but banal, this collection included a few marinière looks with influences seemingly taken from Wes Anderson films and adventurous women from the ’20s. The trousers were wide and loose and made to match the jackets in the same pink, blue or pattern. Cable knit sweaters were worn on their own over flared skirts or soft trousers while ribbed knits underlined the sailor mood but were also constructed and loaded with colour, like a blue one with overlapping insets. Ruches were a recurring motif, adding movement to wool gingham, Prince of Wales and chevron. The fabrics spanned denim to lurex, for an elegant look suitable for every hour of the day.