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With its production plant based in Filottrano, a picturesque village in the Province of Ancona (Italy), the brand Lardini has been handing down personality, the desire for excellence and courage in innovating to the new generations for a long time.
For the next FW 20/21 collection, the heritage of Lardini is meeting the innovative spirit and the technological attitude of Japanese designer Yosuke Aizawa, giving birth to a new collaboration based on contemporary design.
The capsule – born from the collaboration – includes a selection of 8 coats and jackets and 3 sneaker shoes in different versions, preserving the classical features of outwear and offering elegance, comfort, functionality and wearability, under a cutting-edge design.
“Today the consumers are conditioning products creation, they are the top players in design. For this reason, on my opinion, the combination of two different style concepts, that of Lardini and of Yosuke Aizawa, is synonym with evolution and growth”.
The brand included more accessories this season with oversized, knotted totes and footwear consistent of platformed loafers and pointy combat boots, as well as sandals styled with socks throughout. The collection navigated its color palette through soft colorways, such as mint, pistachio and pink, to a brighter tangerine, as well as darker greens and blues and the classic black and white.