Sep 21, 2018 | By Alice Gividen
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BOY MEETS GIRL
Milan: Its definitely not easy to inject life into a hundred year old brand, but Trussardi creative director Umit Benan, fresh on the job has managed to do just that. His training as a menswear designer was clear, as all the looks focused on clean, tailored shapes comprised of slouchy or crisp separates, various combinations of blazers, button ups, trousers and long shorts comprised most of the collection. A strong palette that evolved from sand to mustard to blues to reds and ended in crisp whites felt rustic yet clean, while the heritage nod to the Trussardi brand came in the form of a range of gorgeously constructed leather travel bags. —Shannon Davenport
Silhouette: Tailored / Boxy / Relaxed
Color: Camel / Sand / Oatmeal / Ivory / Coffee / Mustard / Cornflower blue / Navy / Indigo / Grey / Black / White / Rusty red / Maroon / Bright red / Malt brown
Key Items: Boxy jackets / High-waisted cropped pant / Two-tone oversized trench / Roomy menswear button up / Suede utility romper / Belted blazer / Perforated leather top / Mid-thigh short
Materials: Leather / Cotton / Wool / Suede / Exotic skins / Silk / Satin / Gabardine
Details + Trim: Oversized utility pockets / Piping / Color blocking / Contrast collars / Cuffed styling / Bunching / Self-belts / Exposed zippers
Accessories + Footwear: Weekender bags / Leather knapsacks / Hardcase suitcases / Flat sandals / Skinny leather belts / Blue lens sunglasses / Loafers / Python briefcases
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