January 29, 2015
By Marius Brianski
Lodz, Poland- Head designer of the fashion house Cerruti Aldo Maria Camillo cited artist Joseph Beuys as his inspiration for the new collection.
What came out is a sharply tailored example of fine Italian craftsmanship, chic all combined with artsy hat’s reminding those which Beuys was known for. Each silhouette is perfectly tailored, sleek with not much detail for a more striking effect. The main focus is on the simplicity and elegance of the clothes, with finely made pockets, leather patches and single or double breasting.
Ready to wear with visible great construction. The main focus was on the classical trenches, shirts, jackets and duffle coats. Perfectly tailored slim pants come with matching belts. To add some spice we have sets with multi colored prints on sweaters and scarves inspired by a photograph of mister Cerruti from the 70’s.
The leading colors where black, grey, sand, graphite and dark blue, with a touch of white, camel, mocha, burgundy and light blue. Beside the eye catching fedora hats one can see a chick selection of accessories like sunglasses, fringed scarves, dandy leather boots, gloves and ties.
A real must have for the buyers and a modern customer looking for the finest fashion has to offer.