On the occasion of Milan Fashion Week, K-Way revealed its latest collection for the Fw24-25 season, showcasing the innovative designs of its research and development line. The event took place at BasicVillage Milan, the headquarters of BasicNet Group, which was transformed into a minimalist white space featuring the artistic installations of Anna Franceschini.

The collection displayed a variety of colors, shapes, and materials, all characterized by the high quality and functionality of K-Way’s technical fabrics. The Le Vrai 3.0 jackets, made of waterproof and breathable fabric, were the protagonists of the show, appearing in different styles and sizes, from raincoats to windbreakers, from skirts to bags. The three-color zipper, a distinctive symbol of the brand, added a touch of contrast and dynamism to the outfits, along with the geometric quilting that decorated coats, tops, skirts, trousers, and accessories.

The collection also featured sustainable furs, scuba, velvet, and wool, creating a rich and diverse texture that reflected the versatility and creativity of K-Way’s R&D line. The materials were carefully selected and sourced, following the brand’s commitment to environmental and social responsibility. The collection invited the audience to experiment with layering, mixing and matching different elements to create original and functional looks.

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