The photographers Enrico de Luigi and Filippo Zaghini captures the new garments for the SS19 by Danilo Paura in a lookbook inspired by the "Corner Portraits" by Irving Penn.

They are powerful images that do not tell a simple collection, but a romantic revolution. Whisper a maliconic western song made of a multitude of fabrics and colorful prints, tie-dye trousers and stonewashed jeans shorts, elegant striped shirts and poster sweatshirts.

Danilo Paura intersects streetwear with an underground countryside style, a chaotic wardrobe that reminds a bit of the tragic heroes of Gus Van Sant in "My own private Idaho", a fashion for those who are not afraid to show contradictions and fragility.

Because dressing is like exploring yourself.

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Photography Enrico de Luigi & Filippo Zaghini