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Editorial

Father and son sharing the same wardrobe; the father will look younger, and the son will save money. This is how Brunello Cucinelli described his new collection, with a hint of irony, but the clothes were suitable for any age that favours a sporty touch but also likes tailoring and extreme comfort. The blazer, with a relaxed cut and malleable fabric, was worn casually with a sweatshirt or thin or chunky sweater, and layered under a sleeveless down jacket or a ribbed cardigan. The offering of trousers was broad: from used jeans to cashmere track pants to more tailored trousers, in colours ranging from grey to blue to earthy tones, like the entire collection.