From dusty light blue to classic blue, with highlights of orange, burgundy and green, the neo-classic collection is an eclectic redesign that carries a spirit of synthesis, with an elegance that is tuned in to the present masculinity, yet rich with heritage. Led by the principle that rigidity and obsolete protocols should be swept away, the pieces outline a vigorous figure: ample sleeve-scarves that provide definition around the arms and across the chest, whereas textures bring forth an overall natural, warm and luxurious presence, such as the voluptuous shearling that adds a vibrant note for the upcoming colder seasons.
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