This look from Brunello Cucinelli is a nod to classic Italian dressing – less sartorial, more leisurely, just like the man himself. The handsome navy blue bomber is reversible, with lightweight, supple leather on one side and luxurious silk on the other. Perfect for viewing your vineyard in Tuscany or Niagara – or even drinking wine at the bar. The charcoal cardigan looks great underneath or on its own. The Western-style shirt and single-pleat khaki dress pants are understated and refined.
The vibrant tangerine shade of this Brunello Cucinelli knit is a lighthearted departure from the designer’s usual muted tones, and it certainly looks great with black, grey, navy – actually, any neutral. The padded vest, made with a wool-silk blend, is extremely lightweight – the perfect piece for easing into spring. Look closer and you can see the micro-houndstooth pattern and horn buttons.
Canali’s Kei sports jacket was an instant hit with customers, and it’s easy to see why – the semi-lined, deconstructed design is incredibly comfortable and flattering, and the Italian craftsmanship is second to none. This season, Canali offers the jacket in a wool-silk bouclé fabric with a woven check pattern in navy, white and red. It takes you easily from business to pleasure.
Casual wear gets a touch of haute couture from Ermenegildo Zegna. The classic bomber jacket is elevated with a sumptuous silk blend – the fabric is black with a subtle olive sheen. The wireless headphones are from Zegna, too, crafted in collaboration with Master & Dynamic. The headband is wrapped in Pelle Tessuta, a luxurious woven leather.