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Forever an embodiment of an Italian in Paris, Cerruti's gentleman is searching for 'perfect imperfection' this season with designer Aldo Maria Camillo claiming locked up, wartime memories of a noble soldier as his inspiration for A/W 2014. The Italo-French balance of Cerruti is an appealing one, and this season made for a nuanced textural study of deep brown and olive tones in distorted blanket checks, Glen plaid and pops of bright shearling underscoring the staid suiting and long, bell-shaped coats. Those military nuances were a subtle undertone, as Camillo layered coats and tunics (short over long) for extreme weather, yet added a noble nostalgia to Cerruti's winter wardrobe.
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