Sergio Colantuoni has an eye for detail and function, and his fall lineup demonstrated this well.
To wit: The designer proposed a cape reinterpreted as a coat with classic lapel collars and shorter lengths at hand level for greater movement. His cropped carrot pants sported multiple pleats at the waistline to accommodate deeper pockets — “they are like handbags, because we men carry so much stuff these days,” he explained, reaching into his, filled with electronic gadgets, for demonstration. The pockets of one cozy, Asian-inspired jacket came with glovelike compartments, which highlighted the collection’s high-comfort spirit.
Bearing testament to Caruso’s elevated sense of luxury were three full-body looks, including cape and tie, made from extra-fine camel hair from the Mongolian desert.