Eleventy F/W ´14 @ Pitti Uomo 85


In terms of recognizable “brand identity” Eleventy is one of my personal favorites. The visit at their booth in the first day of the fair did not really surprise me - as the company seemed to continue playing by their strengths - keeping things simple and clean, offering a diverse and “easy to combine” selection that would make a great base to build a wardrobe for any men.

As usual, in terms of colors Eleventy trusts the basics - blue, grey, brown and burgundy. However for the upcoming fall the color palette has been slightly darkened. Lighter grays have been complemented with darker hues and tones in general a bit deeper shades and tones have been used. Even the blues and other colors are more burnt than earlier.

As said by themselves - combining casual elegance & comfort with classic taste and modern interpretation are the key words of the collection.

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Dressed-up casual - the most classic Eleventy.

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Burgundy, together with shades of blue and grey was one of the dominating colors in the collection. 

 

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Hiking boots with a lambswool lining and thick rubber sole - would look great when paired with a pair of dark  denim and a chunky roll neck sweater.

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One of the new innovations that was presented - down filled quilted fabric jacket featuring a particular thermo-adhesive technique making the jacket “seamless” and so prevents unwanted feathers from sticking out.

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Casentino will still be a dominating part of collection next fall and Eleventy made no exception.

Platinum Collection - all about quality and cashmere

At the show Eleventy also presented their new Platinum Special Collection - the keyword of which was cashmere. A refined excellence, quality and attention to detail are what lie at the center of this collection. A creative concept of high-end pieces; rare, pure, unique and precious like platinum, which this collection  "pays homage to". All pieces in the collection feature at least 30% of cashmere (mixed with wools, silks and cotton).

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