Warm knitwear, in harmony with coats that pay tribute to elegance in its strictest, most austere sense, leads the trend. With a winter wardrobe still to discover and experiment with, Massimo Dutti reveals as many styles as good taste allows, leaving it up to the individual to decide which they most identify with.
Photographed by: Stefano Galuzzi
Talents: Nora Attal & Arthur Gosse
ALL IN BLACK
Black takes on its darkest hues to conquer winter styles. In monochrome or contrasting with burgundy or white, the results are looks that light up even the coldest days. Knitwear and wool become opposites that attract, combing to create total warmth.
Knitwear is the new must have. One of this season’s wardrobe staples becomes more modern than ever and is centre stage in a range of looks. The knitted jersey with its oversized cut is the definitive autumn piece and the most feminine option from Massimo Dutti, in a Burgundy wine coloured rib knit that combines perfectly with urban-style boots.
KNIT IS IT
If there is one garment that surpasses the seasons both in women’s and men’s collections it is without doubt the coat. This piece returns year after year in updated versions as the starting point for contemporary looks. The short versions and the camels and blacks are the finishing touches to outfits this season.
The classics also maintain their positions, such as the Arran sweater in its most feminine version, taking on the characteristic braiding of sweaters typically worn by Irish fishermen as well as the neutral colours used. Quilted fabrics are warmer and more comfortable than ever, wrapped up in cosy textures that create a new avant-garde.