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Larusmiani wins hands down for fabric quality – I just couldn’t resist touching the clothing as I walked through the showroom – One cashmere, silk, chinchilla coat was so lush that I even had to bring it to my cheek …. Heavenly! (major plus ++ their male models this year were very buff and handsome 🙂
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As Maddelena showed me the collection, she mentioned that next years’ theme will be icebergs and Artic visions. You know that mysterious bluish, greyish, whitish color that is reflected from an Iceberg – Larusmiani has captured those secret hues it in their unique and innovative fabrics – never before seen colors in their silks, cottons, patterned wools and cashmeres.
Another part of the collection is a bit warmer with the hint of a sunlit glacier. Creamier colors mixed with browns and blacks. One of my favorite pieces is a quilted jacket in soft napa skin its so exclusive that it practically invites you to try it on.
Larusmiani, founded in 1922 on the talent of Guglielmo Miani, is nowadays the oldest luxury clothing and tailoring Brand on Via MonteNapoleone, the heart of Milan’s fashion district and emblem of Italian style. The Concept boutique, opened in 1954 and totally revamped in 2010 by the famous English architect David Collins, is nothing less than a showcase for the constant pursuit of the right balance between the classical and the contemporary, where the finest quality materials encounter expert craftsmanship. Its international clientele can count on the experience of 90 years of history that lives on through the 40 master tailors who contribute to the growth of the brand by making Larusmiani clothes veritable style icons.
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Article by : Melanie Payge