This theme is inspired by the relaxed but sophisticated elegance of the members of the prestigious London Clubs, well suiting the increasingly evident look for a formal but contemporary elegance.
Classic fabrics mostly worsted. The patterns contain a bit of nostalgia for the early-1900s.
Materials are extremely luxurious like 100 per cent extrafine Merino wool or mixes of precious Merino wool with other noble fibres such as silk, mohair, cashmere and alpaca.
Structures and patterns are retro, revisited with a contemporary touch: pin stripes, regimental stripes, twill and cavalry twill, Glen Check, herringbone and Prince of Wales, satin and beaver.
Knitwear is coherent with the timeless elegance of the whole trend and mainly concerns very fine worsted wool yarns.
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