French-label Harmony Paris has released its Spring/Summer 2019 lookbook, which encompasses a series of warm-weather garments inspired by the Neapolitan way of life. Dubbed "Da Adolfo," the collection is named after a restaurant, located in a tiny cove by the water in Capri. Tones of beige, white and blue cover a set of soft fabrics, while hits of red and olive appear throughout. Comprised of various summer-friendly textiles, the assemblage is primarily made up of light wool, mohair, tropical wool, silk, cupro and viscose that add a textured hand-feel to the lineup. Notable highlights include double-breasted jackets, muted khaki’s, striped long-sleeve shirts and faded indigo denim. Other layering pieces like chambray button-ups and cashmere knits are included for the breezy nights. In essence, the colorful collection is an ode to the sun-stained Mediterranean coast of Italy made through the Parisian lens.
The Harmony Paris SS19 "Da Adolfo" collection can be found on Harmony’s website and at its physical boutique in Paris.
In other fashion news, check out the latest SS19 lookbook from Drôle de Monsieur, highlighting a slew of pastel-colored essentials.