Sara Battaglia kept things simple for fall: slim silhouettes, lots of menswear-inspired suits, primary colors, crisp white shirts with thoughtful details. She worked on wardrobe classics with lasting appeal: no diva glamor in sight, but a refined take on the everyday.
Battaglia believes that seduction can be subtle and can go hand in hand with comfort and practicality. His sartorial blazers, although rigorously cut, accentuate the waist in a feminine way; the same can be said for high-waisted wide-leg pants, often paired with a white satin t-shirt for a simple but elegant look. “A fitted, powerful jacket can give you posture and confidence,” she said, “and being well-made shows a certain respect for others.”
The line is affordable while maintaining quality. As prices for luxury brands have reached unprecedented heights, Battaglia sees opportunities in being more considerate, avoiding excess in both style and price. It’s a wise decision, which gives an independent designer like her the opportunity to survive, and eventually flourish: “What I want is to offer women superb pieces that they can play with, stay with for a long time in their lives and in their wardrobe – attractive fashion. at the right price. »