Kiton is continuing to blur the line between casual and formal wear.
While traditional Neapolitan tailoring remains key to the Italian brand, elements of comfort and casualness, as well as new proportions, have been strongly represented in the fall lineup.
Outerwear is a solid focus, with KitonPrecious eight-strand cashmere coats take the place of sophisticated ’80s coats and down jackets crafted in cashmere and leather. A British Air Force-inspired shearling jacket also stands out.
Knitwear is accentuated by patterns and prints created in collaboration with students from Caserta’s Vanvitelli University. Wool is made waterproof because it is spun on a jacquard loom instead of a jacquard loom.
“The idea was to offer a collection designed for those who want to return to travel in maximum comfort,” said CEO Antonio De Matteis. In fact, the clothes – Kiton’s bread and butter – are super lightweight rendered and rendered with hooded tops. There are also jackets with textures similar to polo t-shirts, and the finest wool drawstring pants, as thin as 12.9 microns.
Accessories are the brand’s growing business, which this season introduced sturdy stitched shoes with rubber soles and Norwegian texture, and revisited its cashmere sneakers with leather and hand-sewn details.
https://wwd.com/runway/mens-fall-2022/milan/kiton/review/ Kiton Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD