Venetian Tailoring Meets Surprising Fabrics Choices

In Ravazzolo's Fall Winter 2016 collection, luxury fabrics are reinterpreted and expanded...

While continuing the evolution of its Venetian tailoring tradition, the luxury fabrics of the Italian men’s fashion house are reinterpreted and expanded. Lush wool and cashmere are coated with special water-repellant, yet always stylish, blends.

Unusual fabric combinations create surprising sartorial results: the classic Ravazzolo double-breasted coat is updated with a premium goose down lining that provides insulation without compromising style. Always intent to use its archives as an ongoing source of inspiration for its collections, Ravazzolo reinterprets this season its iconic three-button overcoats by playing with different lengths and weights. Collars are enriched with lavish fabrics like velvet or fur in contrasting colors.

From the water resistant military coats to the short bomber and quilt jackets, the outerwear is infused with technical fabric blends that provide water resistant properties.

As the brand continues to offer a total look collection that includes luxury casual pants, soft knits and matching accessories, the suits remain the indisputable protagonist.

While the impeccably constructed two-button or double-breasted suits are both available in the ready-to-wear and made-to-measure program since the brand’s establishment in the 1950’s, the new cutting edge 7/24 Travel line proposes utility blazers and pants that effortlessly disguise inner pockets, specifically conceived for the chic traveler.

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