Italian born Giancarlo Mossi Borella realizes peculiar characteristics of the cultural background of the designers will always inspire the collections, but thinks that nowadays fashion cannot be considered Italian or French or linked to a country, it’s international. His keenness to the desires and expectations of all women is why he has said he knows “the meaning of a wedding dress is more important than the dress itself . . . therefore every piece has to be memorable.”
It was clear from the head to toe styling, and immaculate structure of the first coat, that this presentation was coming from a master. Silk, embroidery, lace and fur seem to be the fabrics of choice for this couturier who showed a selection ranging from smart day looks into dramatic evenings. The printed down coat with mesh skirting peaking out sets the pace for a series of well curated stories under the umbrella of luxury. Sumptuous pastel day looks, and tweed dresses, to dramatic red, and tuxedo pant suits; Giancarlo had something for everyone. Some of the most impeccable accessories to date, this was a winning show coming out of day 2 of Harbin Fashion Week.
GMB STUDIO, under the artistic supervision of the Italian designer Giancarlo Mossi Borella, is located in the historical heritage of Bund 22, in the heart of Bund, considered not only the economic and cultural center of the city but also the representation of the lifestyle of modern China. Bund 22 is becoming the pronoun of “Shanghai Haute Couture,” and the stylish milestone of fashion capital of Shanghai.