The Canali Fall Winter 2019 Collection

Soft tailoring and rich texture come to life in the new collection through rich patterns, contrasting colors, fine fabrics and deconstructed garments.

The Canali Fall Winter 2019 collection was born out of a dynamic synergy, gracefully fusing the principles of tailoring tradition with the elements of contemporary style. Through the expert implementation of modern innovation and scrupulous artisanship, precious materials transform into sartorial garments linked by a common theme: texture.

Texture undulates throughout the new collection, taking shape both physically and visually. From the intricate designs of cable knit sweaters to intriguing patterns that are seemingly three-dimensional, each garment has been meticulously crafted to enrich the wearer’s experience. Simultaneously, a movement towards soft tailoring is made evident by the intersection of formal and casualwear.

Coats and parkas in fluid silhouettes are characterized by contrasting patterns in impactful colors. Along with blazers, they assume a more relaxed aesthetic thanks to a deconstructed interior, rendering them miraculously lightweight. Meanwhile, voluminous puffer jackets containing real down feathers can be worn with casual ensembles and tailored separates alike. Texture dances throughout the selection of knitwear offered in an array of cable knit, braided, and ribbed yarns. Sportswear caters to modern tastes with the use of lavish materials: a cashmere-vicuňa jacket, sweatpants in a technical jersey-wool fabric, a seamless alpaca jacket.

The color palette of the collection contemplates the nuances of nature, ricocheting from warm brown tones to colder shades of powder blue and stone, finally illuminated by flashes of petrol blue and purple. The contrast between sober and vivid hues comes to fruition in an array of classic, British-inspired patterns – checks, houndstooth, Prince of Wales – all proposed in oversized variations.

Canali
978 I Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
202.545.6579


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