The Bally Men’s collection defies formality this season with leisure suits and varsity jackets that reminisce the Swiss rebels under the lens of photographer Karlheinz Weinberger. The collection is completed with a range of accessories that breathe the same inspiration. Taking the center stage, the iconic Bally stripes adorn the Hingis Backpack and Cortez Weekender, reinstating the brand’s Swiss heritage. Bally also takes on a retro mountain lifestyle inspired by archival prints and vintage posters. The Alpina Backpack with badges is introduced to portray the unique alpine feeling. The B-maze pattern is adopted for the first time as seen on the Herald Sneakers, which offer an alternate sporty style for the Bally men’s off duty look.
The Resort 17 Women, on the other hand, rub rebellious shoulders with classic alpine motifs and the 70s platforms in a collection that depicts the retro disco style. The accessories are further enhanced by the Swiss Edelweiss flower as seen on the B-Loved Bag, and the mountain flowers on the Sommet Bag. Characterized by the chain straps and gold buckle detail, the Suzy Bag and Grimoire Bag empower the Bally women with their defining silhouette. The Praria Sandals explore the punk concept with the addition of studding and straps, while the Henrika Sneakers and Lottie Loafers resonate with the brand’s vision of effortless chic.
Same history, different story. Bally continues to reimagine classics by breaking rules and limits.