For Aiguille Noire’s young and fun women’s lineup, Francesco Ferrari and Tomaso Anfossi, the creative duo behind the up-and-coming Co|Te label, injected an urban sensibility into the outdoors-inspired collection. A textured tricot sweater woven in a 3-D effect was paired with leather shorts, while an off-white sweater was worked with Neoprene sleeves embroidered in an argyle pattern. A schoolgirl vibe also ran through the clothes — a slightly flared skirt, for instance, was shown with a feminine blouse and a wool parka that unzipped into a cropped jacket.

As for the men’s wear, designer Andrea Incontri showed a group of sporty-chic Japanese nylon bombers, one in silver and another done in a tie print. He also reworked classics with contemporary twists, i.e., a boxy double-breasted blazer in nylon and a padded tuxedo jacket.

For Aiguille Noire’s young and fun women’s lineup, Francesco Ferrari and Tomaso Anfossi, the creative duo behind the up-and-coming Co|Te label, injected an urban sensibility into the outdoors-inspired collection. A textured tricot sweater woven in a 3-D effect was paired with leather shorts, while an off-white sweater was worked with Neoprene sleeves embroidered in an argyle pattern. A schoolgirl vibe also ran through the clothes — a slightly flared skirt, for instance, was shown with a feminine blouse and a wool parka that unzipped into a cropped jacket.


As for the men’s wear, designer Andrea Incontri showed a group of sporty-chic Japanese nylon bombers, one in silver and another done in a tie print. He also reworked classics with contemporary twists, i.e., a boxy double-breasted blazer in nylon and a padded tuxedo jacket.

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