Canali continued to loosen and lighten up for spring. Thanks to a playful mix of micro-patterns reminiscent of heritage prints and stripes, the lineup skewed young and elegant. Prints ranged from very subtle to ostentatious, as seen on a retro wallpaper print on a topcoat.

Open shirts with Fifties collars worn under form-fitted double-breasted jackets had that affected Riviera look to them. By contrast, a cropped denim blazer and shirt probably marked the most important evolution for this traditional Italian tailoring company.

With Giorgio Morandi and Yves Klein as cues, the palette stretched from vivid blue and olive green to rich yellow.

Canali continued to loosen and lighten up for spring. Thanks to a playful mix of micro-patterns reminiscent of heritage prints and stripes, the lineup skewed young and elegant. Prints ranged from very subtle to ostentatious, as seen on a retro wallpaper print on a topcoat.


Open shirts with Fifties collars worn under form-fitted double-breasted jackets had that affected Riviera look to them. By contrast, a cropped denim blazer and shirt probably marked the most important evolution for this traditional Italian tailoring company.

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