The jacket was at the center of attention at Caruso’s spring presentation in Milan. It came in several versions — as a traveler, fully reversible and equipped with a flurry of useful pockets; and as a cardigan-hybrid, with no lapels but a comfy hood.

Sergio Colantuoni also reworked the classic men’s shirt, taking cues from traditional Cossack shirts (with buttons running off-center) as well as Indian style-tops (featuring lower placed side pockets). Novelty also came through in the accessories category via “the pocket pouch,” a decorative pocket square-cum-wallet and credit card holder.

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