The outfit was born from the study of a particular setting created by Lucio Fontana in 1961 in Turin for the Italia "61" exhibition: the neon ceiling. The setting was observed with a critical eye and with a point of view from the bottom up to rediscover stylistic motifs such as tucks, folds, threads, volumes, full and empty that characterize the outfit.
-The outfit consists of a cape and a sheath dress.
-The cape has visible zips on the center back and on the shoulders, empty at the waistline that reveal the underlying arms covered with green nylon threads and green acetate sequins; The voids present on the right and left of the cape are highlighted by silk tucks creating a large volume. The two fronts of the cape are joined by green nylon threads that hold the two parts together and reveal the sheath dress below, creating a play of full and empty spaces.
- The sheath dress features an armhole bodice, boat neckline, wide pleats on the front, an exposed zip on the center back and a zip stitched at the front waist. The asymmetrical skirt has a wide turn-up and slit on the right side.