This dialogue between the art of exquisite tailoring and the synchronic technology creates a conversational collection that is multi-cultural and multi-age. The topics include an exclusive finishing technique called Casentino, a two-step process that creates a softer and ultralight aspect and touch to outerwear; textile combinations of the season’s signature diamond dégradé quilted pattern in linings of calfskin leather and vicuna silk, contrasting against darker or lighter tones of cashmeres, jackets, coats and sweaters; and the overall relaxed attitude inspired by active wear that is translated via the details and silhouettes of the collection.
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