Brunello Cucinelli Readies Its Spring-Summer Menswear Collection

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Offers freedom, distinction and comfort

Daniel Craig is wearing a Brunello Cucinelli suit in the next James Bond movie, No Time To Die, out in April. Or at least the actor was wearing one when arriving in Italy to start filming. And if the brand is good enough for Bond…

Brunello Cucinelli’s spring-summer range has just arrived, and is said to represent a new modern standard for dressing well, where style and comfort are perfectly balanced. Stiff formality is no more, with tailoring that promotes freedom, bolstered by a contemporary look.

The range encompasses soft summer nuances, with lively and refined hues, from bright reds such as cherry, ruby and tomato to sunny medlar and orange. Sweaters, sweatshirts and T-shirts feature bright colours, but also classic patterns, including subtle bolts of intense shades for a casual, modern allure.

Light materials are used for a softer look across sweaters, outerwear and trousers. The suit includes informal and sporty elements, making it feel even more relaxed. This also crosses over into the summer knitwear, with its bright, fresh summer hues, available in solid colours, decorated with lines or contrasting details, while cool cotton, linen slub and malfilé yarn create rib-stitch and plain-stitch designs.

Even the unstructured garments display a high degree of craftsmanship, with natural fibres and organic textures providing an authentic feel. New technical materials broaden the outerwear range, with leathers made lighter and softer.

There are accessories too – light, luxurious and hand-crafted. Footwear, from shoes to sneakers, will suit any outfit.

The new Brunello Cucinelli collection is available at its stores across the Middle East, including Saudi Arabia and the UAE.

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