It all starts with a jacket. Not just any jacket, but the yellow one that Soldini wore when he broke the world record sailing solo across the Atlantic. It is practical, covered in pockets and zippers. It is made of technical fabric. It is sporty. It is a perfect summary of FILA’s message today: the combination of sport, functionality and fashion.
This collection has a strong soul, born from natural elements such as water, wind and sand, making one think of the beach, the pool, and the world of surfing and sailing. A story that starts from the FILA archives, from the Fondazione FILA Museum in Biella where all the brand’ key pieces are kept.
The lines have softer, more feminine geometry and fully express the concept of “outdoor femininity.” There is a touch of measured sensuality.
Prints like flowing water are featured on t-shirts, anatomical mini dresses and parachute jackets. The FILA monogram is all over, on jackets and shorts, celebrating the iconic F-Box logo created in 1973. The same logo is taken apart, and a mere detail becomes a decorative geometric element on sweatshirts and sports jackets.
The red, white and navy colors are part of FILA’s DNA. Sand, cobalt, yellow and silver hues are also in the collection.
Weekend bags, pouch bags and drawstring bags, and trainers, skin boots and stiletto sandals are among the accessories and footwear.
Technical fabrics such as neoprene and extra light or laminated nylon are combined with chiffon, jersey and twill in that mix of sport, functionality and fashion that is the brand’s new statement.