Casablanca Unveil Its First Ever Womenswear Collection
“Femininity is her strength, but she can embrace the beauty of masculine too”
The capsule, which draws inspiration from summer days spent at Lake Garda, includes silk shirts and robes featuring delicate hand-painted prints, splashed with pantone shades of pink, green and white with Casablanca’s signature orange accents.
The lookbook itself takes on a 1970s-tennis-club-chic aesthetic with lightweight sweaters and polo shirts, showcasing slim cuts and wide collars in a nod to the decade’s fondness for effortless glamor.
The highlight of the collection is a pastel-pink blazer constructed with wool and silk-blend, featuring a double-breasted front with elegant peak lapels. Beige satin trims softly accent the jacket’s rosy hue and the matching straight-leg pants make this feel-good summer suit perfect for that golden hour ‘gram.
“There has always been strong feminine sensibility running through the Casablanca DNA, so launching a dedicated womenswear collection makes total sense for us. When I designed this collection I had an intelligent, visionary woman in mind – her femininity is her strength, but she can embrace the beauty of masculine too,” said the labels found Charaf Tajer about the new capsule.
Casablanca’s womenswear collection is available to shop now exclusively on Net-a-Porter.
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