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Trussardi’s fall/winter 2015 collection found inspiration in Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain, with a focus on relaxed outfits of torn tees, animal prints, ripped jeans, and aviator caps.
Oversized turtlenecks and elongated cardigans are available in boucle, chenille, and boiled wool, while clay-colored deerskin jackets are lined with fur. Hombre-dyed sweaters and cable-stitch motif knits are worn under loosely fitting coats and sweaters for a relaxed look. Turned-out stitching and peek-a-boo, birdseye wool appears on many of the jackets for a laid-back, resilient look. Cargo pants in suit-weight wool, T-shirts in fine cashmere gauze, denim with a flannel finish, and trucker, blouson, and biker jackets are just an example of the diversity of this season
Warm colors of chestnut brown, olive green, cobalt grey, and hints of acid yellow simply blend into the masculine compositions with ease. To tie the collection together in an effortless finish, Derby shoes with raised toes are closed with gaiters. Bags and backpacks made of checked felt, wool, deerskin, denim blue opaque craquelé leather, and natural vacchetta leather also act as the perfect obligatory accessory.
Through a soft, generous layering of sundry pieces, Trussardi envelops an appreciation for fine materials and deliberately unique designs alike.