A season that reinforces the brand’s identity

It is no secret that the Knitwear collection is a seasonal cornerstone for Bruno Carlo. Perhaps because knitwear naturally encapsulates the brand’s identity – a blend of tradition and innovation with a constant focus on the quality of the materials -, or perhaps because this range most coherently represents the brand’s desire to offer comfortable yet elegant solutions. 

Knitwear: Three themes in one.
The beautifully balanced harmony between brand and product is highlighted even more in the Fall-Winter 2020 collection. 
Next winter’s Knitwear collection will be covering three main themes defining three areas in which nuance and inspiration unite to create lines of a very precise nature. 
As always, the common thread of the range is the use of the highest quality yarns; the softness of this exclusive selection of wools and cashmere is an immediate sign of the unique prestige of the Made in Italy name and wearers can be safe in the knowledge that their garments will last a long, long time. 

CLASSICAL FUR: the class and cleanliness of a theme identified in wide, relaxed shapes, geometric lines and refined colours such as melange grey. To balance the rigour of the garments, the natural fur inserts create an intentional irregularity - a touch of class and a friendly nod to fashion like the small animalier jacquard that gives this collection a more decisive feel. 

DUSTY PINK RELAX: following the trend for dusty pink, this collection uses the colour in warm, embracing forms reflecting a sodality that speaks of delicate and romantic femininity. Our fundamental need for comfort is satiated by the resulting garments, both the refined home wear and the softer, more soberly elegant casual range. Whether you choose to go for a total pink look or combine it with a more neutral salt colour, this impalpably charming range becomes even more intriguing thanks to the added feminine touch of prestigious furs

NEW METAL: the presentation of the AW2020 collection concludes with the more decisive line. Black and anthracite mix with the warmer, brighter nuances of camel – again protagonist of the haute couture catwalks -, ending by finding itself in a composed macro Prince of Wales jacquard for knitted peacoats. Here the protagonists are, on one hand, long coats and over-coats in rag stitch and fisherman’s rib and, on the other, lighter knits more suitable for everyday wear, in which the basic lines are revisited in mix and match twin-set combinations. This theme also brings us the return of fur, which is reinterpreted not only as trim but also in the application of large pockets and cosy cowl collars.

Not just Knitwear: Head&Hands and Man’s.
The knitwear collection also encompasses the return to Bruno Carlo’s selection of hats and gloves: the mainstay of the brand’s accessories production. Quality, colour and attention to detail are the foundation for the creation of Napa leather gloves which range from the more distinguished with hand-worked broguing and trim, unique zips and cuffs all the way to the simpler, more classic models. 
Those who enjoy playing around with their colours will find felt and boiled wool hats in every nuance of the Knitwear palette; those who would rather dare with less traditional looks will not be let down by the FW2020 proposal which has something for even the most colour-audacious. New entries for the season are the fur earmuffs which - like the brand’s other accessories - have the precise task to complete any outfit, from the classic to the more unique, with a refined touch that is anything but banal. 

Following the trend of offering men what they want in menswear fashions, Bruno Carlo has once again reserved an important space in production to the menswear range. Like the other ranges, Man’s offers solutions for those looking for a more traditional outfit distinguished by the coordination of the materials, as well as those looking to stand out with more eccentric accessories. Felt hats, cuffs and cupolas on one side, Napa leather and wool gloves on the other, they alternate therefore between models of more classic colours and those with more unusual nuances such as yellow or electric blue. They have in common a focus on an accessory whose task it is to communicate elegance and charisma without forgetting that Made in Italy quality which is, in itself, a synonym for style. 

A defined identity. 
The FW2020 season is a new important aspect of a brand such as Bruno Carlo; a brand which, while in constant evolution, always remains true to its core identity, that of its garments and those who wear them. 
These three collections, in fact, have been created to narrate this common identity, reinforcing the certainty of each garment and each accessory in order to make it special. 

Bruno Carlo looks forward to welcoming you at the upcoming salons with the entire FW2020 collection:
WHO'S NEXT (17-20 January), Porte de Versailles, Paris, Hall 4 Stand 60
- THE SUPREME GROUP (24-27 January), Düsseldorf, B1 Floor 2-4, Stand 4D01
If you are unable to attend and wish for further information, please contact us via telephone on 0184 355144 or by filling in the form you can find at this link.