The discovery of Schmid’s most relevent trends continues with Super-Imposed. Super-Imposed reinterprets a classic style in a technological way, through innovation and the union of couture and performance. Its follower is simultaneously retro and modern. He or she adapts the great icons of the past adding design features. The result is a fusion of styles with a futuristic orientation.
In the light of dusk, the animals of the night feed the imagination of young children. It is the opportunity to revisit the classical prints of childcare with a graphical approach imported from the adults.
The word camouflage is said to have originated from the Parisian slang term camoufler (meaning “to disguise”) after the French army began employing artists to paint their artillery and observation posts in the now ubiquitous pattern.
For next winter season, one of the most appealing themes Schmid presented in its collection is “Adorned”.It interprets the concept of a European decor with strong baroque traits , making it contemporary.