Contemporary revisions on traditional classics and Asian-inspired pieces are just a couple of the signature styles you can find in the Antonio Azzuolo Fall/Winter 2012 collection, which premiered at New York Fashion Week last week.
The collection featured geometrical prints and designs with a focus on V shapes, robe-inspired pieces and looser-fitting suited separates with unstructured tailoring. And, while the range does incorporate some androgynous details, it does it in a way that is still undeniably masculine, making the line very wearable. The collection is both modern and sophisticated, providing the best of both worlds for fashionistos who want to get noticed for having style, but without overdoing it. So if you’re looking for some new pieces to add to your fall wardrobe, something from the Antonio Azzuolo Fall/Winter 2012 collection should definitely be on your list.
Structurally Sophisticated Styles
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Mixed Decade Menswear
Silly Body-Stamped Editorials
Sporty Suit Catwalks
Leaping Luxury Lines