The new Loro Piana Fall-Winter 2023 collection is characterized by refined luxury
The new Loro Piana Fall-Winter 2023 collection is characterized by refined luxury, practical functionality and historic fabrics.
Loro Piana tailors its luxurious craftsmanship to the active lifestyle of modern individuals. Adapting signature patterns for contemporary functionality, the brand presents its Fall/Winter 2023 collection.
Reflecting the spirit of freedom of the traveling “Loro Piana Man”, the new range is inspired by different landscapes around the world. From Peru to Australia and New Zealand to Mongolia, each organization not only provides aesthetic themes for their respective garments, but also pays homage to the various countries that produce the finest fabrics.
At the forefront of the collection, a combination of alpaca wool and leather is placed in loosely structured garments such as double-breasted coats, minimally designed gargoyles and chunky knitwear. In addition to creating a classic look, the rich fabrics that make up these pieces have breathable yet hard-wearing properties. For this release, Loro Piana looks to changing seasonal climates around the world, bringing together a technical range of outerwear, midlayers and trousers. Complemented by lightweight jackets, the Italian brand introduces weather-resistant bombers and blousons in shades of brown and red to maintain a great look.
Sheerling coats, denim-style boxy jackets, chevron-weave sweaters and other luxurious items range from the latest cashmere finds, including cashmere and cashmere. Combined, the various layers provide unparalleled warmth and comfort. To complete the collection, the Italian brand has added black loafers, scarves and woolen hats to accessorize luxury clothing.
Check out the brand’s practical luxury in the lookbook below.
Loro Piana Fall-Winter 2023 will soon be available for purchase through Website At the brand’s and global boutiques.
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