Canali Autumn Winter 2011 collection in stores now


Canali Autumn Winter 2011 collection in stores now

August 11, 2011: Now that the rains have arrived and are in full force, luxury menswear brand Canali has stocked up its stores with its Autumn/Winter 2011 collection.

The new collection has the typical Italian sense of elegance which is exclusively personal, unique and imbued with personality and irony. Suits and jackets - single or double-breasted, also in a 6-button ‘dandy’ model - show self confidence and seduce. Cigarette leg trousers are shorter and have a pronounced cuff to draw attention to brightly coloured socks, a key accessory next season.

Single and double-breasted overcoats in fine, warm fabrics, draw inspiration from Chesterfield or military-style models, but have slightly more graceful silhouettes, without loosing their richness and sophistication.

Gemstone colours like amethyst, sapphire, aquamarine and emerald are highlighted on a palette of distinctly wintry greys and blues. These colour tones have been weaved cleverly into accessories and velvet or cashmere Shetland jackets.

Accessories add a playful dimension that emphasise a highly individual look. The suede footwear revisits the classic city boot. Brightly coloured socks have classic patterns like the small pied-de-poule. Scarves are made with fine natural materials including silk and cashmere, with poetic and occasionally floral patterns. Colourful pocket squares enliven suits and jackets.

The traditional tuxedo, velvet jackets in sumptuous shades and retro styled silk jacquard cocktail jackets make your evenings seductive!

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