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Covert: it’s time for overlaps and reinterpretations

The traditional Covert wardrobe can now be reinterpreted by transforming the rigorous womanliness into an essential, fluid style. Black and cement grey, white and beige, sage and brilliant green, red and fuchsia, blue and azure are the top nuances.


Coats are characterised by an Over-cut and side buttoning. Sheepskin jackets now include a hood, while men’s jackets eliminate the need of revers. Dresses and skirts cover up to the kneels and make use of jersey. Shirts feature a series of buttons on a shoulder and make use of neck scarves. Knitwear includes the experimental application of soft, thin cashmere gauzes, while the texture is thick with jacquard marquetry; sweatshirts have asymmetric lengths, while pants change from a high-waist slim fit to a softer, straight fit with a cropped cut.


Fabrics combine feminine traits with menswear cuts in full harmony, by using technical beaten wool, checks in mulberry silk and carded wool, fluid velvets in wide and sparse corduroy.

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