Paolo Errico is a young Italian designer, who is facing the fashion world with his own label in 2004. We can’t define him exactly a newcomer, since before creating his line he cut his teeth working for Calvin Klein, Versace, Zegna and Cavalli. For him, creativity is not just about creating something totally new, but finding a synergy and a connection with real life, that of every day, through innovative garments. For this reason, his production focuses on knitwear, streetwear hub, contaminated from haute couture, in which he has been absorbed from the very beginning of his career. His style is inspired by design and architecture, and the lines of its pieces evolve from basic geometric shapes, which the female body take on a new life and vitality. We introduce the fall/winter 2012-13, where the geometric basis is more evident than ever, shapes are exaggerated, magnified, collars are oversidez. The first part of the collection features colors reminiscent of the 70′s, in order to evolve to yellow and blue mixed with black,the real protagonist. In the end we find leather details, for a more androgynous and aggressive femininity.