Caruso is expanding its lineup to appeal to a range of men of different cultures, ages and backgrounds, who all share a common inclination: a craving for the Made in Italy product. In particular, the requirement must pass the test with Italians themselves. “The Made in Italy message is strong, but it is not enough to endorse it — it must appeal to the Italians,” said chief executive officer Umberto Angeloni. Caruso showed a plethora of shirts, one with a mandarin collar and another with a shoelace collar; multipocketed waistcoats; fitting double-breasted jackets with peak lapels, and deconstructed and practical single-breasted jackets in military, striped, Japanese and oxford fabrics, among others.

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