Italo Zucchelli's ways in menswear are a lot about modernism and challenging fabrics within the traditional menswear silhouette with a sharp American touch. The suits were rigid, in bonded techno fabrics, Mylar, nylon, silk mesh, and sometimes embellished by a moiré effect.
This modern American tailoring defines a whole aesthetic utopia, the suited up, square faced American modern business man, sharp and rigid, freed from the Saville Row roots, more up to date with an unmissable cinematic feel to the looks. The pure lines of the silhouettes, the rigidity of the materials and the metallic tones contribute to elaborate a new classic look, which still takes a bit of courage to wear, an outfit that appears traditional from far and stranger as it gets close, this what Calvin Klein has been establishing for a moment now with the subtle designs of Zucchelli.
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