Ferutdin Zakirov presented the brand’s spring collection at the Bulgari Hotel in Milan during an event in collaboration with L’Uomo Vogue and the namesake owner of the label took the opportunity to reveal that the line had been designed by the newly appointed creative director Mario Chiarenza.
Chiarenza was the creative director of Mila Schon for eight collections in the Nineties and then moved on to Billionaire Couture, working with founder Flavio Briatore for 11 seasons.
Zakirov opened his first store in Milan in May in the city’s center Corso Matteotti.
The designer’s sleek suits combined gray and beige linen and cotton in different shades, mohair and silk. For evening, his classic designs harked back to the Thirties with rigorous black suits and plenty of bow ties.
‘’My collection can be described in one word: gentlemanager,’’ Zakirov said.