Ornella pure new Merino wool pants
Ornella Pants are made from high-quality merino wool. Featuring a distinctive tapered fit, gentle pleating of the fabric and dexterous finishing. The cut offers a sporty and elegant lightness to the silhouette.
“The timeless and year-round character of the designs, their high quality and careful execution are an expression of my respect and care for the environment” Ania Kuczyńska
- Made in Poland.
- Size: 34/36/38/40.
- Composition: 98% wool 2% elastane
- Color: Black/Notte.
- Hand-sewn designer’s logo.
- Dry clean.
- The model on the photo is 1.78 m and she’s wearing size 36.
|Waist||66 cm||70 cm||74 cm||80 cm|
|Hips||86 cm||90 cm||94 cm||100 cm|
|Total length||91,5 cm||93 cm||95,5 cm||97 cm|
|Inseem||68 cm||69 cm||70,5 cm||71,5 cm|
|Sideseem||92,5 cm||95 cm||97,5 cm||100 cm|
About the collection
The Stella – Star collection is inspired by black-and-white movies of the Italian neorealism. It is a manifestation of hope, dreams, love and positive energy.
Designed in the spirit of Modern Romantic, it combines and emphasizes the elegant and casual character of the clothes.
The fabrics used in the making of the collection are natural, light and of high quality. Casual darts, crinkled and draped sleeves contrast with the brand’s characteristic stand-up collars as well as with innovative cuts of the clothes. The thoughtful decisions of the designer helped achieve the effect of universal elegance combined with everyday looseness.
Ania Kuczyńska grafted a female element in her new collection by creating some of the pieces of white Spanish lace or designing chic coats with collars inspired by the cut of a double-breasted jacket, which can be worn in many ways. Everything is complemented by Denim line and vegetable tanned leather bags, belts and wallets, all made in an environmentally friendly way. Made of leather and cotton plain weave, Mini Shanghai and Varsavia bags appear in the accessories collection for the first time having a chance to become the highlights of the collection.
The timelessness of the projects is underlined by the consistent use of white and black.
The muse of the collection is the Italian actress Ingrid Bergman.