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SS18 collection was a wild slash of neons and prints with an energetic and offbeat at itude (“two and two always makes a five”). Athletic outlines and sporty silhouettes on both male and female models ranged from baseball shorts, to ballet tutus and judo Gis.

Leotards and ponchos were paired under sheer jumpsuits or with sky high over the knee sock boots – and for the guys, T-shirts printed with the 2+2 = 5 legend, track pants and sports jackets.

The collection of stylised streetwear shown at Fashion Scout SS18 drew on musical influences and the fundamental motivation of the designer – not just to dress his customers but to energise and excite them too.

Named ‘2+2=5’, Rasola’s vibrant sportswear collection celebrated the unconventional and the defiant attitude fashion provides to so many different people, reflected in his refreshingly broad model casting.




Francesco Rasola is a self-taught Italian designer, having decided not to pursue a formal education, Francesco went on to gain studio experience with various fashion pioneers.

After gaining experience with industry leaders Francesco’s independent debut took place in 2014 with Francesco Rasola launching his fashion brand NEXT/STOP at the Brini showroom in Florence.

Since his debut in 2014 Francesco has gone on to present at AW17 at the“Mercedes-Benz Fashion Days Kiev” In collaboration with Fashion Scout, then Francesco expressed his creativity through his SS18 collection, presented at Fashion Scout durning LFW. Influenced by music and using a range of design. Francesco’s concept is to not only to dress his consumer but to excite them as well.

Francesco also had the opportunity to present his collections to Vice Director of Vogue and Vogue Talents Sara Maino, in fact Francesco Rasola presented his SS18 collection at Super Pitti, durning MFW in collaboration with Vogue Talents.



By TSW, 3 Gennaio 2018


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