Clerici Tessuto presents the new exclusive men’s textile collections for Spring Summer 2023 at Idea Biella, 1-2 February, Hall 20 Stand E19 and Premiere Vision, 8-10 February, Stand 5H12 and 5J11.
Larusmiani Tessuti’s SS 2023 collection invites men to start travelling again and, above all, to explore their surroundings.
Based on this concept, the thread running through the collection is based on three cornerstones: simplicity, elegance and lightness.
The colours of the season are pastels, both yarn-dyed and piece-dyed, where natural dyes such as coffee have been used. Beige, khaki, military green and burnt are the colours in which the GOTS certified organic cottons are proposed, either pure or mixed with linen to emphasise their lightness.
The cottons are treated with sophisticated finishes that make the fabrics worn, soft and comfortable.
Fabrics with a firm and compact drape are proposed for outwear, as well as coatings and laminations for trench coats or light capes.
As for denim, the collection has several bases ranging from fabrics for ready-to-cut five-pocket trousers or for garment treatments, to light weights for dresses or overshirts.
Cotton blends with melange linen, silk, polyester.
We also offer a small selection of prints on cotton bases with a strong denim propensity.
Finally, the tailoring part is based on cotton crepe fabrics or cotton and linen blends, two-tone solaro effects in herringbone or twill, and pure cotton satins, proposed in pastel colours.
The TEX HOMME Spring Summer 2023 collection follows the principles and themes proposed with the Larusmiani Tessuti collection, but working with jacquard and printing techniques that further enhance the creative side of the company.
Fabrics for jackets are proposed with chinè prints and over-dyeing to create new camouflage, created from images of landscapes or stain effects.
The part of piece-dyed plain fabrics is composed of washed cupro, blended with cotton and linen.
Satins, twills and mini pinstripes make up a part of the collection with a rich appearance and a soft, saggy feel. These more silky aspects are complemented by a proposal of natural linens that we process to give cracked hands and coffee or tamarind natural over-dye.
In TEX HOMME, the denim proposal focuses on provocation: making denim out of pure silk thread. Thus geometric jacquards and classic twills are proposed on a silk chain woven in linen and cotton.
There is also a more classic part on a light cotton chain for over shirts or dresses, weaving yarns of nettle, linen and recycled polyester Parley. To be proposed in plain and as a base where the feel of particular printing techniques is enhanced.
Prints on cotton sweatshirts, overprinted yarn-dyed jacquards.
Jacquards, which are the DNA of Clerici Tessuto, are worked in polyester and cotton, for a new type of male suit.
Glossy/matte bases in 100% nylon are proposed for jackets and some also on ceremonial or after-six qualities.
The new collections will be presented at:
1-2 February 2022
Hall 20 – Stand F19
8-10 February 2022
Hall 4 – Stand 4R4 – 4S3