Lace isn't something exclusive to the escaramuzas' heritage. "This kind of tradition of embroidery is part of my culture, which comes from southern Italy where my father was born, but also in the south of France, as in South America," said Chiuri to WWD.
Chantilly lace was found all throughout the collection, whether as the single, flowing layer of an ephemeral dress, or in the pleated flounces of a tiered skirt.
That's not all: Chiuri gave the romantic pattern a modern update by having it laser-cut out of leather instead. It was then used to create lace-effect sweatshirts and strapless dresses, continuing the aforementioned juxtaposition.