Scandinavian simplicity combined with Italian craftsmanship and tradition

Esemplare F/W ´13


Since 1961, for over 50 years Esemplare (Manifattura Riese) products have been manufactured in the region of Reggio Emilia, Italy. Combining the best Italian tradition and experimentation the brand offers fresh and personal casual elegance. The mission of the company is to make clothes interwoven with care, passion and respect, finding the way to ride the wave of evolution and revolution naturally, inquisitively exploring changing times and then interpreting them €“ but without denying its own history. 

The recent F/W collection is once again all about beautiful and sensible simplicity of the lines and liaison between aesthetics, functionality, technical materials, comfort and refinement. In the lookbook there’s also a lot exploitation of layering to bring all the pieces smoothly together. 

Finishing of the pieces and details such as linings and layout & positioning of pockets seem almost a signature of elegant originality on the garments, No surprises or shredding with the color palette but more restrained tones of blue, brown and greenish.

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The garment dyed felted parka with large adjustable hood trimmed with groundhog fur is definitely the key piece of the collection

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And here nicely combined with a chunky roll neck sweater, wool pants and heavy rubber soled derby boots.

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Layering for fall with the cable knit sweater. Orange together with tones of brown is one of the safe bets this season.

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Somewhat a personal and distinguishable choice for this season, a jacket featuring three external patch pockets with flaps and a detachable camoflauge down vest to keep your body warm.

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Updated version of a classic blouson. Made of 100% extra-fine merino wool, knitted collar, cuffs and back. Featuring a lining with contrasting camouflage print.

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