So, what does Bally look like with Rhuig Villaseñor at the helm, its new creative director who is also founder and creative director of his own label Rhui?
For his first collection for Bally, Villaseñor described it in these terms: “being about opulence and sexiness. It’s about what I want to wear when I go out, and what my friends want to wear when they go out, and what I think other people want to wear when they go out.”
Then there was python! There were double-breasted suits with a casual look, chunky knitwear and denim shirts worn with slightly wide-leg jeans. All worn with boots, python loafers or slippers with a stylized gold interlaced “B” on the vamp.
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