For his first collection as Iceberg’s new creative director for men’s wear, Federico Curradi delivered a sporty and urban-minded collection. “I’m attracted by the frenetic pace of the city, so I was thinking about dynamics, how we move around in a city environment and how to give the clothes a sense of movement,” he said before the show. The result was a series of sporty separates in a palette of cobalt blue, tangerine and olive, as in a blue-and-white leather biker jacket, or a tailored orange jacket with micro-perforations. Some sweatshirts came with suede panels at the front and patches of perforated leather, while others were embroidered with an abstract patchwork of color. There were thickly ribbed knits, and a parade of crinkly fishtail raincoats, clearly made with Londoners in mind.

For his first collection as Iceberg’s new creative director for men’s wear, Federico Curradi delivered a sporty and urban-minded collection. “I’m attracted by the frenetic pace of the city, so I was thinking about dynamics, how we move around in a city environment and how to give the clothes a sense of movement,” he said before the show. The result was a series of sporty separates in a palette of cobalt blue, tangerine and olive, as in a blue-and-white leather biker jacket, or a tailored orange jacket with micro-perforations. Some sweatshirts came with suede panels at the front and patches of perforated leather, while others were embroidered with an abstract patchwork of color. There were thickly ribbed knits, and a parade of crinkly fishtail raincoats, clearly made with Londoners in mind.

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