Ermenegildo Zegna’s Spring/Summer 2020 Accessories Collection

Here are the highlights from the Ermenegildo Zegna Spring/Summer 2020 Accessories Collection

Ermenegildo Zegna’s accessories offerings for the season more than just complements the brand’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection. For one, it has its own theme and the attention to detail on the products shows how much the brand has thought every bit through. This season, Ermenegildo Zegna has two major accessories collections highlighted: The Pelle Tessuta Coast To Coast and the Blazer Collection. Let’s dive into each one:

The Pelle Tessuta Coast To Coast

This is the new pattern for the season. The Pelle Tessuta features degraded stripes inspired by the works of American artists Robert Rauschenberg and Philip K. Smith. Pelle Tessuta Coast To Coast represents the encounter between two social realities so different from each other and so equally iconic, namely the desert and the metropolis.

Details wise, the navy blue stripes represent the metropolis and perfectly combines with the rust stripes which recall the desert landscape, generating a union of the two elements to coexist and merge into a single image. From large to small leather goods, this collection is perfect for the modern traveler.

 

The Blazer

The name explains the inspiration. The idea of tailoring and the garment’s details is presented as a new collection that is iconic, modern and sophisticated. The Blazer collection is composed of one-of-a-kind models with innovative and original constructions.

The exclusive theme for this collection is the frontal detail: The combination of a horizontal ticket pocket and a flat patch pocket, both positioned nicely on the front panel. The hand painted vicuna edges contrasts nicely with the black color of the bag, underlining and reinforcing the iconic shape of each piece. The handles are also refined with contrasting vicuna Asola and precious hand-stitched details. All the bags and backpacks are made of Italian grained leather, which gives a peculiar silky superficial touch.

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