Alessandro dell’Acqua signs a collection presented at the Milan Fashion Week that combines two elements that might seem antithetical, the obsession with knitting and the temptation of the aspects of couture, but which in reality both summarize a lot of manual skills, the handmade which today is the main source of fashion innovation. Knitting and couture have within them that idea of ​​manual skills, therefore of physicality, which is inherent in the general rethinking of technology and even digitalization of feelings. The collection is presented on the catwalk with him in crochet trousers, she in a minidress in dropped knitwear, short crochet skirt and marabou stole, body in cotton embroidered with crystals. Again he with a crochet turtleneck sweater and she with a cotton micro-skirt smeared with multicolored crystals, or with a masculine jacket built with six layers of tulle like his suit jacket and Bermuda shorts. And then again miniskirts with sequin fringes and ostrich feathers, mini slip dresses with very thin straps and cotton jackets with crystal embroidery