Renown for constantly upgrading its repertoire of unlined blazers, pants and outerwear, L.B.M. 1911 confirms its ongoing research by refining its total look aesthetic.
For the first time, since its inception in 2009, the brand offers garment-dyed suits. Yarns are treated with coloring procedures that mute down the signature worn-out feature of the garments. All fabrics, from the silk to the cashmere and the alpaca wool, are still created exclusively by Italian historic mills.
While every blend combines softness with warmth and lightness, the most sophisticated combination of the season is the flamed fabric made of braided wool and malfile’ cotton. The iconic boucle’ fabrics are also endowed with new texture, especially when they are combined with mélange wool, on both jackets and vests.
While the research on the patterns continues with the addition of new designs that include Prince of Wales, checks, tartan, herringbone and houndstooth, the colors are also richer. They range from forest green, to deep blue and saturated orange and tans, often combined with blacks. Always keen on using the vest as a multilayer or stand- alone piece, L.B.M. 1911 proposes this season a new double-breasted gilet, characterized by distinct blazer-like lapels. Completing the collection is the new accessory line of soft leather messenger bags and totes, fabric duffle bags and multi-color scarves.
Conceived as a perfect synthesis between sportswear and tailor made styles, the outerwear line is comprised of technical filed jackets, hooded parkas, garment dyed-trench coats and quilted vests realized in water-proof and water-resistant fabrics. Whether they are layered with flannel linings or enriched with fur collars, all jackets are equipped with utility features like discrete yet functional multi pockets.