Gazing a moment away from the red-carpet brilliance seen often in the womenswear collection, creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli takes on a more relaxed genre for the men, building a wardrobe of archetypes, made individual with diversions and vacillations. The highlight of the season’s collection is the comeback of the house’s logo from the ‘80s, VLTN, with sneak peeks on accessories and a handful of pieces, a sign of things to come for the Uomo range. The luxe sport signatures of anorak, track jacket and chinos are constructed from materials of nylon, cotton, acetate and cashmere, with lettering and geometry patterns blending with the affirmative presence of black.
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