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Cerruti 1881 menswear Spring/Summer 2014

Aldo Maria Camillo, the creative director behind the brand Cerrutti 1881 since April 2012 chose to break with tradition and insufflate a new energy to the house for his last Spring/Summer 2014 collection.
Usually very proper and timelessly classical, the Cerruti man has an edge for this season and gets in touch with his “artistic” side. Tailoring is the norm, yet we get to see a more playful wardrobe than last season. Starting the show with black and serious looks including long coats and sweaters, mister Camillo takes us gradually into a world of lightness and originality.
Belts, which give structure to the silhouette are put in unexpected places (at the chest, for instance) and this particularity is found throughout the whole collection on the coats in beige, grey, navy blue.
Blazers are impeccable, they are one of the speciality of the menswear brand given the fact they are key pieces of a man’s wardrobe. A little print work comes along as the show goes on, navy inspired mostly, representing boat ropes and it is found on coats and scarves.
When it comes to the color palette, we get to see black, white, eggplant purple and different shades of blue.
The original take on the Spring/Summer 2014 season for Cerruti is supported by a casting including : Arthur Gosse, Miles Langford, Rutger Schoone, Pascal Bonvie, Alexander Beck,Ian Sharp, Yannick Abrath, Tomek Szczukiecki, Aiden Andrews, Guerrino Santulliana, Louis Steyaert, Reece Sanders, Paul Boche and Thomas Bukovatz.
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Thomas Bukovatz for Cerruti 1881
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