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Editorial

Brunello Cucinelli mixed neutral colours with noble yarns. He told a story of high quality craftsmanship, love of tradition, and in-depth knowledge of materials. He chose exclusive, premium materials in earthy shades of sand, dust, stone, vanilla and tobacco. He shaped a collection with a milky, thick consistency. The airy, soft and fluffy knitwear came in flour and yeast tones. Thin tapered belts cinched the waist. Generous turtlenecks enveloped the neck. Outerwear came in cosy cream colours, in cashmere similar to shearling. Trousers fastened asymmetrically at the waist and fell in refined pleats. Skirts featured skilfully calibrated reliefs. Light, with plissé and pleating. In leather with moderate splits. There were also jacquard cardigans, suede shirts, little bombers with precious embroidery or soft fur. It all made for a truly elegant season.