The sport-chic collection was built around the classic leisure pursuits of the house’s well-to-do customers: vintage cars, motorcycles, golf, sailing and horse riding.
Each piece was built to resist the elements, with as the linking thread the house’s signature jacket with chest piece. (Some 125,000 pieces have been sold since it was introduced a decade ago, explained Stefano Gaudioso, general merchandising manager.)
The garment had been reinterpreted in a variety of materials linked to the respective sports, with among the standouts a wind-resistant version in pure wool ripstock for taking to the high seas.
Other highlights included a minimalist tobacco-hued coat with hidden supersized pockets in the seams, and — fit for potting a hole-in-one in style — a fully fashioned golfing jacket with a plain knit chest piece accented with piqué stitching.
See More From the Men’s Spring Shows:
Corneliani Men’s Spring 2018: The sport-chic collection was themed around the leisure pursuits of the house’s well-to-do customers.
Plein Sport Men’s Spring 2018: Philipp Plein recruited boxers, wrestlers and pole dancers to demonstrate the functional qualities of his fast-growing luxury athletic line.
Prada Men’s Spring 2018: All the quirk and romance of the fall collection was swept away — in a moment — by Miuccia Prada, who sent her preppy nerds and rustic hippies packing.
Damir Doma Spring 2018: The designer stepped out his comfort zone to deliver a collection focused on an urban, street look.
Munsoo Kwon Men’s Spring 2018: The young Korean designer Munsoo Kwon lit up the Teatro Armani runway with a burst of flowers and bright stripes in a collection called “YOLO (You Only Live Once).”
Sulvam Men’s Spring 2018: There was a charming spontaneity to the layered flowing looks which celebrated the artisanal process.