Eidos is finally making its own way in world. The younger-skewed division of Italian luxury brand Isaia took a more fashion-forward approach to its spring collection, using India as a starting point.

 

But instead of using the country’s predictable bright colors and silky fabrics, creative director Antonio Ciongoli took a more-intellectual approach with his neutral palette and raw textured fabrics.

 

Hand-dyed indigos, linen herringbones, waterproof linens and linen/cotton blends were used throughout in belted safari jackets, open-weave sweaters and playful harem pants.

 

A sleek white double-breasted suit paired with a turban built a bridge between the two cultures and drove home the point that despite the journey, Eidos is still part of one of the leading Neapolitan tailored houses.

By  on July 14, 2016
Eidos Men's RTW Spring 2017

Eidos is finally making its own way in world. The younger-skewed division of Italian luxury brand Isaia took a more fashion-forward approach to its spring collection, using India as a starting point. But instead of using the country's predictable bright colors and silky fabrics, creative director Antonio Ciongoli took a more-intellectual approach with his neutral palette and raw textured fabrics. Hand-dyed indigos, linen herringbones, waterproof linens and linen/cotton blends were used throughout in belted safari jackets, open-weave sweaters and playful harem pants. A sleek white double-breasted suit paired with a turban built a bridge between the two cultures and drove home the point that despite the journey, Eidos is still part of one of the leading Neapolitan tailored houses.

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