NON-SEASONAL 2021 is the proposal to present during the framework of next winter that following the brand new strategy of the carried out already in the previous edition, joins under a single umbrella a timeless proposal that can be extended to a whole year, joining summer and winter, thus eliminating the seasons and evoking a more friendly, environmentally friendly, as well as more limited and exclusive consumption, with the premise and the added value of being able to unite opposite and different public markets, through a collection that It revolves around a full year of life and is complemented by an exercise of proportions completely in tune with the progressive minutiae of our moment.
On this occasion, the catwalk is covered with landscape rugs with motifs present in the collection in a collaboration made with Hispania rugs to celebrate its 90th anniversary.
The masculine silhouette reaches the greatest importance to date, presenting the majority of looks on men and betting on a new territory, a little darker and more somber, completed with a category of women in full right, without blurring the gender lines, because the entire collection is perfectly interchangeable as a whole. Complete the Enzo catwalk, a lighting collection designed exclusively for IDP in collaboration with LightingSpain composed of 3 combinable models.
PANTONE: «intensive violet», an occasional «meadowlark» (or pistachio), «sudan brown», «frosted almond», «black».
FABRICS: Silks, linens, cotton, alpaca and drapery make up the body of the collection, accompanied by selected garments in napa, satins and combinations in cashmere and merino wool.
SHAPES: The masculine and feminine come together once again and a mostly unisex proposal is combined with oversized, sporty, relaxed but sophisticated shapes, with an important approach to tailoring and knitwear.
For this collection, MELLER and Pablo Erroz join synergies and jointly launch the DISHED glasses model, a limited edition mustard and hawksbill mix that represents the spirit of both brands.
All looks are presented in a capsule collection, consisting of two Oxford shoe models, designed by Pablo Erroz for CHAY Shoes.