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Audrey Simon
Audrey Simon • 3 min read
Classic style
Brunello Cucinelli taps three decades of fashion to bring us a look that is evergreen
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Brunello Cucinelli taps three decades of fashion to bring us a look that is evergreen

(July 29): Brunello Cucinelli has always focused on the classics, which never go out of style. We have all heard of someone who has had a blazer for years but looks like it was purchased only yesterday. The Italian brand’s fall/winter 2019 womenswear collection highlights its rich heritage combined with minimalist luxury design. For example, voluminous shapes give way to pared down looks suitable for the fall/winter weather.

There are turtlenecks, deep V-necks, ruffle sweaters, fringes and Northern European patterns that look like they were taken from the pages of a 1970s fashion magazine. Pair these with high-rise pants, jackets and coats with big shoulders, waist belts and fanny packs, which are a throwback to the 1980s. For 1990s inspiration, there are a lot of black and white outfits and nappa leather. Colours used are winter whites, dark neutral hues and warm nuances of beige, tobacco and camel. These are mixed with a variety of tone-on-tone shades injected with bright accents.


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