To kick off style month this January, creative director Alessandro Sartori determined to take the “phy-gital” route, a mix of bodily and digital, in presenting his newest fall collection for Ermenegildo Zegna, centered across the notion of recent beginnings, or as his assortment is aptly titled: (Re)Set. “Out of doors and indoor come collectively and a brand new manner of dressing takes maintain, the place consolation and magnificence mix to create a brand new aesthetic,” Sartori mentioned. WWD takes a take a look at 5 key takeaways from from the present.
1. In an effort to (re)tailor the fashionable man, Alessandro Sartori launched a genderless choice to the Zegna males’s put on universe.
2. Quintessential items are being up to date for performance and materials — together with chore coats (wrapped as robes) and hybrid fits produced in cashmere and free turtlenecks and zip-up tops changing the standard collared costume shirt.
3. Many items proceed to stick to Zegna’s #UseTheExisting philosophy, with materials developed from supplies recovered through the manufacturing course of, like this striped jacquard wool go well with and overcoat.
4. Sweaters are the brand new outerwear, manufactured from every part from felted cashmere to knit leather-based.
5. Sartori included a single shoe fashion within the assortment — a hand-cut jersey slipper, lined in shearling with a rubber sole — that’s, importantly, wearable and cozy even in ones own residence.