The androgynous look seen on men’s runways everywhere isn’t for everyone — and that’s where Pal Zileri comes in. The Italian tailoring brand, which is 65 percent owned by Valentino parent Mayhoola for Investments, delivered a collection for male consumers looking for luxuriously chic tailoring and easy casualwear, all in the sartorial tradition of Vicenza, where the company is based. Clean-cut coats and jackets in earthy tones were worn over snug turtlenecks, all complemented by astrakhan parkas or bombers with fur accents or diamond-quilted voluminous coats. Belted camel coats or military-inspired outerwear were also on trend. Models carried functional, large and flat bags, a sign of Mayhoola’s aim to expand the brand into accessories. While relaxed pleated pants were in tune with the label’s take on the contemporary suit, the over-eager efforts to push the edge of the envelop — such as with quilted pants — veered way off course.