La Pitti Uomo 86, Lardini a lansat colecția capsulă semnată de Nick Wooster. Acest proiect unește stilul unic a lui Nick Wooster și cunoștințele pe care le are Lardini. Nuanțele din această colecție sunt asemănătoare cu cele clasice pe care ar trebui să le aibă orice bărbat: gri, khaki, olive și bleumarin.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

Această colecție capsulă este formată din:

1) Patru tipuri de jachete.

Trei jachete sunt cu căptușeală, iar cea de a patra este fără căptușeală.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

2) Patru modele de pantaloni.

Croiala pantaloni este cu pliuri si a fost gândită pentru a fi între slim și drept.  Tot în această colecție vei găsi și trei tipuri pe pantaloni scurți. Tot în această colecție vei mai găsi veste și cravate realizate exact din aceleași materiale și nuanțe ca și pantalonii.

3) Cămăși

Fiecare cămașă este un mix de două sau mai multe materiale care conțin clasicile dungi și țesătura oxford.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

Gama cromatică din această colecție capsulă se întinde până la zece nuanțe care au fost folosite pe materiale ca bumbac, in, seersucker, tweed pentru vară și imprimeuri precum Price of Wales și houndstooth.

The Lardini Group has launched a collaboration enterprise with Nick Wooster, who will
be the ambassador of their collections in America (on display in the M5 showroom in
New York) and will design a capsule collection destined not only to Europe, but also to
the US and to Asian markets including Japan and Korea.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

The Wooster + Lardini collection will be presented on preview to the press and sector
professionals within the framework of Pitti Immagine Uomo on Wednesday 18 June at
8:30 a.m. (Breakfast Terrazza Pitti Immagine, Via Faenza, 111).

The Lardini Group is an Italian company with headquarters in Filottrano (Ancona), which
was founded in 1978 by Andrea, Lorena and Luigi Lardini, now joined by their sister

Specialised in menswear, it now produces the Lardini ranges for men and women; RVR
Lardini – reversible garments for men and women – and the men’s collection Gabriele


The Group has recently opened the new showroom in Milan, doubling the display space
to 500 m2, and has launched work on the enlargement of the operational premises
which will eventually cover a surface area of 20,000 square metres.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

At the end of 2013 the Group had recorded a turnover of 54 million Euro and it plans
to close 2014 with a growth of +11%. It has a production capacity of 330 thousand
garments a year (1,500 items a day) and a 51% share of exports distributed over Europe,
Japan, Korea and now also the US.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

Nick Wooster has been fashion director of the luxury giants Bergdorf Goodman and
Neiman Marcus.

His unique and elegant style, distinguished by a sartorial-rock metropolitan slant, has
morphed him into a trend icon followed the world over.


He now has his own blog and is a star of Instagram with over 210 thousand followers.

This new project embodies the harmony between the unique style of Nick Wooster and
the unique style and knowledge of Lardini. Together they have created a synthesis of
sophisticated fabrics and unexpected styling. The colors are based on a wardrobe of
classic menswear: grey, khaki, olive and navy.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

The Wooster+Lardini collection consists of four jacket styles: three are lined and unlined,
dyed and washed with a fourth style in patchwork using English cotton canvas. Rounding
out the jacket range is a knit style: always in navy and white and knit in classic sailor
stripes and polka dots.

There are four models of trousers. The play is between slim and straight, dropped crotch
and a ghurka model with voluminous pleats. A classic patchwork finishes the trouser
range. There are three styles of Bermuda shorts, the newest having extreme volume.
Waistcoats and ties in matching fabrics, complete the sartorial assortment.

Wooster + Lardini Pitti Uomo 86

Woven shirts are based on a play of fabrics utilizing classic shirt stripes, oxford cloth and
a navy and polka dot. Each shirt is a mix of two or more fabrics always in a button down

The collection is made up of ten colour cards that range from garment dyed cotton/linen,
seersucker, Prince of Wales plaid, houndstooth in black and white, a summer tweed in
wool and mohair, and a compact panama in cotton and linen.

The color palette is classic in nature, with an emphasis on: strict black and white;
business like shades of grey; the colonial colors of olive, khaki, stone and putty; and the
crisp summer shades of navy blue and white.


For Wooster it was important to start with the concept of imperfection. Given Lardini’s
extensive knowledge in making the perfect jacket, Wooster wanted to turn this notion
upside down, by challenging the established rules of proper finishing and creating
something raw and understated.

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