Luigi Bianchi Mantova F/W ´14


For many Luigi Bianchi Mantova of Lubiam is not as well known as LBM1911-brand but the line’s collections for sure has the required characteristics to satisfy the needs of even a more demanding customer looking for pieces to fill one’s business-wardrobe.

Inspiration for the upcoming fall collection arises from 1960's optical patterns featuring graphic macro checks, madras, micro designs, damier motifs and Prince of Wales-checks in different shades. The color scheme is kept restrained and earthy - making it easy to combine these pieces together. Double-breasted overcoats and suits featuring wool- and cashmere blends together with vests - offered both with matching suits or alone - top off the selection. One of the interesting choices in terms of materials is the intertwining of cotton and wool bouclé yarns that is used to produce a kind of multicolor 3D effect on suits and blazers.

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One detail worth of notice the lookbook nicely showcases is the “rule” that one should never combine more than three different patterns in one outfit. If you’re wearing a strongly patterned and a bold suit (or a jacket) it’s wise to balance the look with more restrained and plain shirt & tie choices. 

Lookbook via Lubiam.it


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