Corneliani is one Italy’s oldest menswear companies and have been in business since 1958 and is still producing one of the finest quality suits to date. With nearly 1500 boutiques around the world Corneliani is known to be one of the largest retailers in the business. The brand is still going strong with it’s ranging from crafted suits to their wide range of accessories such as shoes, ties and belts. It’s no surprise that they delivers a strong autumn and winter collection this year.
The brand offers four different lines, Corneliani, Corneliani ID, Trend/CC and Made to Measure. The mainline, Corneliani, is both about the traditional and contemporary look and for the person who seeks something that will last a decade in the wardrobe. The silhouette is a bit longer and the choice of fabrics is a bit more conservative compared to the other two alternatives. Corneliani ID have the same quality level as the main line but follows the latest fashion trends and is aimed for the more less formal purposes. Lastly we have the Trend/CC which is in the lower price category targeting the younger generation with an even more fashion forward look. Last but not least the brand also have a Made to Measure service in selected stores for those who know what they want but can’t find it in the ready to wear collection or having trouble finding the right size.
This autumn and winter collection is about the contemporary dandy with a minimalist design combined with solid shades of camel, blue and grey. More plain fabrics is offered as always but also a well chosen graphical patterns, leather jacket and accessories in the finest leather and the latest fashion designs in the Corneliani way.
The quality of the past in the present is the motto of Corneliani.
The classic pinstripe suit in a more traditional silhouette.
A cashmere sport coat could be one of the most luxurious, lightweight and best way keep you warm during autumn.
Layering with different shades of the same color.
The camel coat is a true classic and is easy to match with almost every color.
A leather jacket with a fur collar for a trendy look.
Technical outwear for the casual occasions.
A different take on the peacoat with a tartan pattern.
A maroon colored jacket in a interesting pattern that will match nicely with grey and blue.
Sportwear according to Corneliani, focus with layering and tone to tone once again.
A casual knitwear to wear underneath a jacket or just as it is.