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“The free spirit of the adventurous gauchos and the solitude of the Argentine pampas, mixed with wastelands and the blues skies at the horizon. This is the new world of Salvatore Ferragamo.”

 

— Massimiliano Giornetti, Salvatore Ferragamo Uomo

 

Next: Z Zegna >>

 

“We started the design process looking at a futuristic tailoring concept and paired it with a reverse-engineered construction. We wanted to offer a highly styled collection that was created using the ultimate technology.”

 

 

— Alessandro Sartori, Z Zegna

 

Next: Missoni >>

 

“A contemporary collection that uses Milan for an on-the-road experience, in an urban jaunt that is the set for a performance of style and elegance. The juxtaposition and layering of single elements create a new silhouette, an elegant and comfortable cocoon that regroups all the themes of the Missoni world, mixing them with classic masculine tailoring.”

 

 

— Angela Missoni, Missoni

 

Next: Roberto Cavalli >>

 

“A redefinition of today’s silhouettes and looks through craftsmanship, precious materials, love and innovation — to achieve true value. Traditional and conservative elements that over decades became symbols and elements of youthful rebellion — checks, pinstripes, uniforms — are re-created with craftsmanship in precious materials to create a new sophisticated interpretation.”

 

 

— Roberto Cavalli

 

Next: Gianfranco Ferré >>

 

“The sophisticated image of the Prince of Wales, tweeds and cozy coats are mixed with the rural and aristocratic elegance of Saint Petersburg. Reinterpreted with an Italian sartorial flair and with the style of a house that transforms this initial idea into technological solutions and elongated, vertical silhouettes.”

 

 

— Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi, Gianfranco Ferré

 

Next: Moschino >>

 

“Boys just want to have fun!”

 

 

— Rossella Jardini, Moschino

 

Next: Canali >>

 

“The main feature of the autumn-winter 2010 collection is ‘evolution’ through different elements: silhouette, cut, style and creativity for both the metropolitan man who follows trends and a more sophisticated, romantic man.”

 

 

— Elisabetta Canali, Canali

 

Next: Ermanno Scervino >>

 

 

It’s important to be more clean in the way one dresses without being boring. One has to elaborate a personal style to stand out, one that should be more country-style than flashy — dare replace a white shirt with a checkered one at lunch.”

 

 

— Ermanno Scervino

 

Next: Etro >>

 

“A grand and petit prince searching for beauty, who through the eyes of the owl is able to look beyond.”

 

 

— Kean Etro, Etro

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