Profoundly urban, the woman imagined by Brunello Cucinelli dresses with discreet, comfortable, charming luxury. The collection plays with the men’s wardrobe, but the result of the mix of premium fabrics and muted colours makes everything very feminine. Trousers were the key piece: turned-up boyfriend jeans, technical fabric trousers, some slim and others loose and soft cinched by a fabric belt, worn with jackets and shirts. The skirts were tapering, in tulle or plissé. Alongside retro knits, like a mohair one embroidered with lurex threads and hand-knitted and striped or V-neck sweaters, there was alpaca with rows of sequins used for a jumper, a bomber and an oversize skirt. In the outerwear, a green suede trench and a pink reverse sheepskin biker jacket were undoubtedly extremely desirable.