MILAN — Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s debut collection for Malo spotlights knitwear, a choice that does justice to the brand’s heritage and his background in the category.
The Neapolitan-born designer, who replaced the 6267 duo Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi when they headed to Gianfranco Ferré in April, has worked extensively with knitwear since his first namesake collection in 1996.
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