Inspiration for Momonì’s FW23 collection comes from an iconic train journey along the legendary Silk Road. We imagine ourselves cocooned in a luxurious, peaceful ambience that allows for long hours of relaxation to decompress from the hectic pace of our everyday lives. An itinerary through beauty that leads us far away, drawing us along a fascinating nomadic route through countries of incomparable fascination. Encounters with different
cultures steeped in ancient traditions and invaluable manual techniques give rise to a collection with a decorative approach that blends urban life with folk opulence, elegance with comfort, for versatile apparel designed for travelling in style.

Distinctive silk prints evoke sophisticated vintage Suzani fabrics that embody the talent and poetic soul of the women of Central Asia. Patchwork patterns combine with graphics and floral motifs; the majolica and mosaics of legendary Samarkand are a source of highly evocative impact and whisk us away to an enchanted country.

Tie-dyed crepon in dreamlike colours and unevenly dyed velvety corduroy recall endless spaces where the blue of the sky blends with the boundless Steppe. Changes in weather patterns have led to fabrics going beyond seasonality, with soft, light washed wool with a fluid look, solid colour viscose-wool double gauze, crepe wool with coloured stripes and discreet lurex threads, and twisted cotton-wool gabardine perfect for winter.


Fluid velvets feature new textures with a two-tone iridescent look in shades of amethyst, eucalyptus or tealeaf, or sophisticated needlecords in soft, natural nuances with hints of sparkle. Warm, enveloping coats in bouclé alpaca wool with a felted look keep out cold winter winds.

Jacquard patterns on peacoats recall carpets and wall hangings in nomads’ tents, with vibrantly coloured herringbone effects inlaid with sparkling micro-sequins. Midnight blue burnt-out wool-cotton velvets with an ombre-effect or refined dusty blue melange wool cloth with floral motifs evoke a modern baroque spirit.


“Nomadic people tend to consider the world as perfect, while the sedentary try tirelessly to change it”

Bruce Chatwin

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