Bally’s admiration for the intersection between nature and design has been at the heart of the brand since its beginnings. To celebrate our Autumn/Winter 2020 collection, "Purity of Form," we continue to explore this integral pillar with soft shapes and sculptural silhouettes that express the integrity and multitude of form.
Clean lines, organic materials and neutral tones reflect Bally’s long-standing respect for the environment and its passion for design innovation. Constructed from the shoe up, gestural, abstract prints inspired by turn-of-the-century modernist art from Europe merge with archival Swiss textiles. Artful accessories and handbags further own graphic dimensions, honoring newfound signature house hardware.
The Bally Woman
Sartorial casual and empowered, she is radiant and spirited; equipped with a skillful, reverent awareness of life's ever-changing nature.
Introducing Bally’s new signature 1851 hardware across the versatile Vestige collection.
The Bally Man
With a sense of purpose, he elevates his every action and dares to be himself.
Looks are built to endure, merging natural colorways with heritage craftsmanship, textured materials and fluid lines.
In the campaign, photographer Harley Weir captures models Laura Mullen and Henry Kitcher against a streamlined backdrop of reclaimed woods and stone alongside iconic Swiss designs from Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Ueli Berger. Juxtaposing intimate, natural landscapes photographed by Harley from various locations, our A/W 2020 story further evolves, fusing Swiss heritage with a modern outlook.