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We strove for an essential, concise wardrobe that is modular and unisex, along with a series of accessories and shoes, in a range of natural tones. Unfettered by seasonal conventions and a reflection of our evolving lifestyles, the collection is rooted both in everyday functionality and carries on the spirit of past seasons.
The collection explores the ideas of a second skin and clothing as a perfectly proportioned refuge, at a time when we all need to move in unison. It envelops with its sleek, ample volumes and layering, protects with its quilted fabrics and fine wool knits, and embodies sensuality with its understated luxuriance and silhouettes.
The collection’s three sequences convey a story that reflects our seasonal needs through a set of wardrobes that pair effortlessly, interwoven with past collections through common shapes, tones and silhouettes that allow for an evolving array of combinations. Now more than ever, clothing serves an essential refuge, a second skin.
The central theme of the collection draws inspiration from the nested imagery conjured by the enveloping layers of an onion to form personal silhouettes with multiple overlaps and generous volumes, protective cuts, and hybrids. In keeping with our changing needs, the trousers are comfortable and designed for walking and biking, with an adjustable waist strap, elastic waistband, and more flexible leg.
A homewear line rounds out the wardrobe: fine knits, close-fitting knitwear, second-skin jersey knits and chic pyjamas to wear in and out of the house. The hazy, subdued colors span a balanced palette of neutral tones, including warm white, beige and terracotta.
A reinterpretation of the brand’s references and military apparel, the theme has given rise to a warm, functional, all-terrain wardrobe accented with a sensual line of close-fitting knitwear. There are apron pieces in coated denim, garments in gabardine with a trompe-l’oeil effect, trousers with padded knees and a comfy jersey knit set in boiled wool. The line has a natural color palette, interspersed with a series of knitwear pieces and cotton denim aniline red.
A soft haven from the heart of winter, the theme features enveloping silhouettes that cloak us, cover us and protect us from the cold: large, downy robes; coats lined with felted alpaca; an asymmetrically quilted jacket; cozy, delicate ensembles in lightly quilted silk; a vest and scarf in Mongolian lamb fur, high collars and convertible hoods.
Enveloping pieces are central to the wardrobe, which features new silk pyjamas to wear in and out of the house, in solid colors or prints with curls of color and blurred plumage. The clean lines of military uniforms and work jackets serve as inspiration for the pieces’ structured, ample volumes: jackets with large sleeves and unlined coats with wide patch pockets at hip level. The color palette is natural—burnt orange, honey, greyish sky blue—with cotton and silk taking pride of place.
This theme takes cues from the structured silhouettes found in the urban style of 1960s England’s Mods and Rude Boys: a three-button wool suit, a button-down collar shirt with fine lapels, cigarette trousers, and broad military jackets to protect everything underneath. The revisited (neo)classical wardrobe cuts a neat and tidy figure sophisticated but without affect. Trompe-l’oeilpieces such as a cardigan shirt and a turtleneck under a V neck, trousers without side seams or reinforcement stitching, a warm line of Shetland knits, and a series of quilted shirts in coated cotton and denim round out the wardrobe, which is presented in distinct, soft colors—saltpeter white and moss—along with a dash of aniline red.
The last theme’s wardrobe insulates us from the cold and wet. The silhouettes are compact and sturdy: a boxy jacket; thick wool work jackets such as a donkey jacket and pea coat; a large reversible parka lined with alpaca cotton that has a removable collar and a stowable hood; a sheepskin jacket; and a quilted bomber jacket. A light robe in alpaca wool and a granite pyjama set infuse the silhouettes with fresh indolence.
Designed as an extension of the garments and body, the range of bags has been expanded with brand-new models: a supple leather bag shaped like a boxing glove; a large duffel bag with a patina look, held in the hand or worn as a backpack, along with a smaller version; and a large downy knapsack in alpaca wool.
Carrying on the all-terrain theme and its sturdy silhouettes, the line of soft, fine-leather shoes is the ideal companion for long walks. A series of low-heel boots joins the collection: a model inspired by boxing shoes, a trompe-l’œil that gives the illusion of a large leather sock inserted into a pump with an ankle strap, and a sock boot in stretch leather that fits like a glove. The crepe-sole Chinese slipper is ready for winter with smooth leather and grey fur.
There are new additions to the organic shapes of our timeless jewelry collection. The Drop jewelry line with silver and pale gold accents has been enriched with new shapes: ear cuffs, bracelets and rings. Through their broad and slender shapes, the pieces form a dialogue and complement each other; they discreetly reveal a face, a skin tone, or the gloss of hair.