Swiss brand Jet Set continues to evolve, developing into a contemporary brand of discreet luxury strengthened by extensive research on materials. Revolving around variations on the blazer, the collection for fall included deconstructed jackets, easy as cardigans, and made with cashmere terry cloth, frosted and boiled wools and silk chenille. The urban casual theme channeled the brand’s archives, featuring quilted silk jackets with cashmere collars and contrasting chenille interiors. Chief executive officer Massimo Suppancig said a new range of knitwear, such as braided chenille sweaters, help complete the collection, which “for the first time expresses Jet Set’s interpretation of dress down, while maintaining an elegant style.” Suppancig took on his role after investment company Gaydoul Group purchased Jet Set in 2009; since then, Suppancig has been building on its luxury sportswear heritage from the Seventies — when Gianni Agnelli and Grace Kelly were among its fans — and making inroads with international retailers.

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