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Diane Dal-Pra: Remaining Parts


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Courtesy of Patricia Low Contemporary
Courtesy of BFA and Creative Time.
Yayoi Kusama.
Courtesy of the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.

Mixed media collage

Frank Stella
Lunna Wola II, 1973
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Pitti Uomo: Luciano Barbera Re-Imagines the Windowpane Suit

By Eliza Jordan

January 20, 2015

At last week’s Pitti Uomo in Milan, Luciano Barbera premiered its fall/winter 2015-16 collection and it was full of classic pieces fit for anyone looking to spruce up their work-wear with sophistication.

Luciano Barbera celebrated its first collection from 1971 by re-imagining the classic windowpane suit in sartorial, outerwear, knitwear, and accessories products. Derived from Luciano’s L’Uomo picture from the 1960s Italian Vogue, the windowpane suit pattern comes in three color pairings: brown on beige, brown on navy, and navy on brown. This palette is complemented with accessories in Barbera burgundy, middle-grey, and olive.

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Courtesy of Patricia Low Contemporary

The fashion house raised the luxury menswear bar with “Collezione Satoriale.” This line features outerwear, pants, jackets, and vests made of sumptuous cashmere, antelope suede, and deerskin, giving customers an indicative Luciano Berbera feel.

Collezione SatorialeLuciano BarberaPitti Uomo


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