For PRE-FALL 2019 Creative Director James Long takes the ICEBERG family with him to the Italian Alps.
A blizzard of crazy puzzle graphics slice across a classic twill shirt dress paired with a mash-up fair isle knit or are seen as a silky shirt layered over an acid green fine knit roll-neck – the graphics then doubled up on a brightly printed Piumini. A punk-grunge mini kilt in tartan is inlaid with logos, tied with a studded belt and topped with the iconic ICEBERG crew. Alternatively stand out on the slopes in lustrous ICEBERG red total looks consisting of a coat, jumpers, joggers and accessories.
Apres ski is sporty yet sophisticated with sparkling sequins drifting over jacquards, jackets and 2 piece sets.
For the ICEBERG woman more adept at climbing the corporate ladder there are new tailored pieces in technical fabrics with logo go-faster stripes or stripes which cross slalom like in red and white on navy relaxed trouser shapes and fluid high split dresses. Low key black on black tailoring mixes matt with shine and optic piping.
A tone on tone bandana print patchworks tartan shirts and oversized shirt dresses or glows on a tie neck ladylike blouse worn with matching trousers. Embroidered and glossed bandana denims hang tough with shrugged on hand drawn punk-ski Mickey oversized cardigans knitted to suggest being well-loved and much worn. Jeans are high waisted, trucker jackets are borrowed from the boys but a strapless denim dress remains demure with an integral poplin shirt.
New accessories include a knitted ankle boot with mountaineer laces, nylon gaiters, a smaller ICEBERG tote in glassy leathers and a knit strap marsupial. Colours are pop culture bright: green, red, yellow and blue calmed by navy and black.