Oct 15, 2013 2:51PM

Exclusive: Andèol 'Trulli Madly'

Mexico via Italy.

Set in Puglia, Andeol textile designer Emilie Cacace's latest lookbook is an Italy-meets-Mexico visual feast, full of the Sydney labels' unique bold colours, kaleidoscopic patterns and fresh, psychedelic exoticism. The new collection from plaiting, weaving, sewing and crafting designer house is called 'Trulli Madly' — Trulli being the kind of unique limestone houses found in the Alberobello region in southern Puglia. 

Hence, the collection is full of Italian flavours — lush fruits sit side by side fresh flowers, and gelati meets unexpectedly with tomatoes and the wild, brightly coloured patterns of Mexican abstraction on silk. It's all very signature Andeol. That is, very good looking. 
 
 
Photos: Eleanor Ackland

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