Bally celebrates the interaction between design and environment

The "Graphic by Nature" collection captures modern ease and elegance through its natural colour palette, archival references, and innovative designs.
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Exploring the interaction between design and the environment, the collection, called “Graphic by Nature,” by Antonio Monfreda and Patrick Kinmonth, of Kinmonth+Monfreda Studios, hinged on a color palette inspired by the natural world and on Bally’s leather craftsmanship.

The collection and the set are an ode to Bally’s pillars and its Swiss culture as the brand continues to develop its apparel collection flanking its core accessories division. “Clothes are accessories for our accessories” that’s what they always say.

(Above) Bally presents a modern notion of home with a dynamic mise-en-scène,
where architecture, artistry, and nature converge.

In SS20 women’s line, craft takes center stage with classic tailoring for women made up of staple wardrobe pieces and versatile day-to-night wear. Its innovative and modern pieces aren’t tied to a specific era or trend but created to last and endure.

For the men’s line, the artisanal approach to each garment brings a sensibility to the collection with a versatile, yet polished aesthetic and portrays the spirit of a passionate adventurer. The collection was inspired by men who don’t seek attention but always manages to turn heads; those who values simplicity, integrity, and above all else, truth.

Graphic by Nature collection is now available at G Floor, ICONSIAM. For more information please call 02-005-1322.

Image courtesy of Bally

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