Nov 01, 2017 | By Nick Paget
Milan: For Corneliani’s first runway debut in Milan, the cloisters of the 16th-century Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology was a fitting runway — after all, the inspiration for the season was a modern Renaissance man on the go from office to beach. The full range of contemporary classics was completely on-trend, including clean-cut cargo pants, shorts suits, summerweight layers, mesh beach sweaters, fingertip-length trench coats and desert boots. A putty and clay color palette got a Yacht-worthy pop of navy and red for a few looks, but the collection remained appropriately neutral throughout. It was a great introduction to sportswear for what has traditionally been a tailored clothing powerhouse.
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