No. 21 Menswear Fall/Winter 2020 Milan

Alessandro Dell’Acqua unveiled his own take on contemporary formalwear with a minimal, essential lineup.

Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s goal for fall was to define a new idea of formalwear, and he came up with sharp cut men’s staples occasionally crafted in feminine, sensual fabrics, including lace and silk faille.

WWD Critique: The collection looked wearable and commercially savvy, but missed some runway appeal.

Trench coats that emphasize the waist, pieces in neutral colors and camel, color blocks and minimalist typography make up the winter collection of No. 21 in the Milan fashion week, with a parade where the elements in black do not cease to have presence to emphasize an urban and casual look.

More of No. 21 @numeroventuno.

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