Cantarelli Autumn-Winter 2015/2016 menswear collection - a contemporary way of dressing inspired by the seventies
The exclusive wardrobe of the Cantarelli man for the season Autumn-Winter 2015/2016 is focused on the reasearch of fabrics and colours, combined with the modern culture of tailoring expressed in soft tailored jackets with 'accentuated' shoulders, with macro patterns and jaquard or bouclé effect in silk and wool or alpaca/cashmere, well recognizable in Cantarelli style.
The brand offers modern and elegant suits with slim fit, single breasted jackets with peak lapel and vests with particoular fancies.
Colours attract attention in 'chic' tartan patterns, with blue tones mixed with grey and black, in 'college style' with green and blue royal, red mixed with powder blue, next to natural cold tones of beige combined with chestnut and dark brown.
- ABSOLUTE jackets with light lining in shirt effect, made of gauzed cotton for a recognizable winter look,
- PLANET JERSEY jackets with micro and macro patterns.
All jackets are realized for Cantarelli in exclusive fabrics of the best known international textile companies.
The Canterelli wardrobe is completed by OVERCOATS - Raglan with new interpreted cuffs and back belt, with a new slim fit to wear over pullovers with turtleneck, Caban coats with military effect and Big Jacket 'giubba' with cashmere and over check effect in jersey velvet.
The '..... culture of style' keeps beeing more and more a timeless 'Must' of Cantarelli, giving to the A/W 15-16 collection the 'CULTURE' of dressing well, emphasizing the attention to details and to the sophisticated style.Cantarelli showed their Autumn-Winter 2015/2016 collection during the Pitti Immagine Uomo 87.
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