Corneliani – Spring 2011 – Milan

story by Alexandra Dawes
photos by Boris Marberg and Wolfgang Wolfgang Wöhrle
photo editing by Alexandra Dawes

Italian clothing manufacturer Corneliani sent down a romantic and charming collection for Spring 2011 Milan.  The company is known for their impeccable Italian tailoring.  The show was held in the luxuriant cloisters of the 16th century Leonardo Da Vinci National Museum of Science and Technology.

Subject to eternally well-tailored pieces, the collection had a modern approach while still maintaining their traditional, timeless aesthetic—a core value of the company since their inception in the 1930s.

The collection consisted of comfortable, relaxed-fitting suits paired with beautiful espadrilles of all different shades and colors.  There were several multi-layered looks, all airy and non-restrictive, with a soft beige shade.  The highlights of this season’s pieces were the airy opaque blue trench coats and the simple, yet beautiful, silhouettes.

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