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Experience the triumph of style and zest for life in the new boutique of Brunello Cucinelli

The wait is almost over for the opening of the new Brunello Cucinelli boutique in Almaty, which will be located in Villa.

The Brunello Cucinelli boutique’s opening can be considered as a spare acknowledgment of its significance and popularity as a brand in Kazakhstan. Last year, Brunello Cucinelli was recognized as the Best Italian Manufacturer of The Year and was awarded the prestigious “Leonardo” award (Premi Leonardo Qualità Italia), which is awarded annually to Italian and foreign figures for their contribution in promoting the “Made in Italy” brand in the world.

The Brunello Cucinelli clothing concept is succinctly described by Cucinelli himself, explaining that he aspires to “create an atmosphere, style and zest for life”. The new Brunello Cucinelli boutique in Almaty will thoroughly demonstrate such philosophy and will offer the Kazakhstani customers with luxury, naturalness, simplicity and comfort. Brunello Cucinelli’s men’s and ladies’ cashmere fashion collections, along with footwear, jewelry and accessories, will be presented in the boutique. The shop’s décor itself, made primarily in beige and with ligneous decoration, will provide the customers with the experience of triumph of style and zest for life, as told by the founder, Brunello Cucinelli.

Contacts:

Telephone: +7 (727) 315 30 50, e-mail: brunello.cucinelli.almaty@gmail.com

Men’s Collection Fall Winter 2014

LESS&MORE
Always in pursuit of an aesthetic balance between naturalness and distinction, the new Brunello Cucinelli Fall/Winter collection has been conceived for the self-aware, refined woman. A painstakingly minimalist dandy who loves to explore the synergisms between the male and female worlds, in a perfect balance between “less” and “more”.

A collection that does not sacrifice the softness of light colours, the precious fibres and materials, or the refinement and minimalism of the shapes. Sartorial craftsmanship and artisanal touches enter the “active” world to create a soft luxury for the daytime and glamour for the evening.

COLOURS
The warm tones of crème caramel, biscuit, mink, fox, yak, and tobacco form the main palette in all the combinations, and are rhythmically alternated with specks and dashes of colour, of black and vanilla.

Warm winter whites, the lightest vanillas, geyser, and marble alternate with lignite and lingerie nuances like tea rose, tutu, and cameo pinks, creating misty, evanescent atmospheres.

Dark blue, Oxford blue, and crepuscular red are combined with lignite and black, becoming less formal thanks to the sparkle of satins and stones. Grape and burgundy are the purples, as alternatives to the pinks.

The black tints, dark blue, blackberry, and black pearl offer alternatives for creating a more personal dark look.

Copper and bronze metal speckles sparkle throughout the collection.

SHAPES
The pure, essential shapes invite added flourishes and decorative poetic licence. The collection moves rhythmically over a stave with male notes and female arrangements. Metal trinkets, sandy mattes, and enveloping cashmeres alternate with impeccable wool fabrics, sensual silks, sweatshirt fleeces, and mink fur.

The 1980s’ silhouettes redraw the balances and connections of contemporary luxury. Prints, embroidery, and colours recall elements of nature, stones, marble, wood, and flower petals and corollas.

Down jackets, knits, and t-shirts are shortened to above the waist, to highlight the contours of the carrot pants or reveal silk, organza, or georgette fabrics peeking out from beneath soft short&overs.

A modern globetrotter who knows how to mix and match tuxedo jackets, cashmere sweatshirts, organza skirts, crêpe joggers, and soft cashmere beanies.

MATERIALS
Dense and compressed, static or fluid, but always characterized by compact but “puffy” surfaces.

An alternation of granular surfaces and animal fleeces, brushed bouclé yarns contrasting with crêpes, compact wools, and fluid silk lamés with a dynamic but discreet appearance.

A season in which wool plays a very important role in all its forms. From the women’s and high fashion world: fluid crêpes and double crêpes. From the men’s world: pinstripes, tweeds, Prince of Wales, tropical fabrics, and flannels, even polka-dotted, for a more feminine interpretation.

In pants, wool tropical fabric becomes technological: coupled with the latest generation fabrics, it guarantees warmth and is suitable for mountain resorts. The new mixed wool-cotton gabardine makes it possible to create items characterized by a perfect balance between formal and sporty tastes and with a modern appeal.

Evening wear features silky fabrics, including duchess satin, lamé, organza, and double crêpes.

An important role is played by denim. Interpreted for the daytime, with washes, fabric inserts, and 3D “patchwork” applications. For the evening, blue-black denim is enriched with fashionable black jetstone appliqués.

The double, “bonded” jersey, whether simple or with polka dot embroidery, and the sartorially crafted sweatshirts continue to be of interest for interpreting travel wear and urban casual style in a “soft luxury” vein.

Nappa leather and suede are employed for a sporty, sophisticated daywear with garments inspired by the “motorcycle” world, for tailored joggers, new carrot pants, and high-waisted pencil skirts.

KNITWEAR
Squared shapes, reduced and shortened, with “widened” or highlighted shoulders, contrasting with “over” garments with slanted knits on the back to slenderize and sleeken even the broadest silhouettes.

The knitwear lets itself be inspired by the sweatshirt world, freeing itself of full-fashioning and tricot finishes, to be interpreted in an “active” or “sweatshirt” vein.

Two-colour sleeves, decorative cuts, and metallic bands coexist with feminine necklines where stones, gems, and Swarovski elements interweave with soft, voluminous cashmere threads.

Preciously adorned pockets and ethereal pocket squares give character to cashmere basics or informal English-style knits.

OUTERWEAR
Importance is given to the jackets with revisited lapels and reduced volumes, to be worn over short dresses, to the ankle, over slouchy, jogging, or tomboy pants.

The squarer shapes are conceived, on the other hand, to be worn with carrot pants.

There are numerous down jackets of taffeta, water-repellent duchess satin, and solid colour or moiré pattern technical silk.

Coats are like soft armour. Double-breasted with lapels, short bomber style or zipped, with large collars, they are important in appearance and mellowed with ethereal pocket squares or fabric petals.

Leathers are reinterpreted with high-tech processes and artisanal tradition. Sheepskin and furs are treated like fabrics. Thus sheepskin may be napped, sheer velour, or laser-treated for a marbled effect, while precious minks have been printed over, sprinkled with glitter, or given a “tree bark” effect.

PANTS
Jetstone appliqués, sequined embroidery, and lamé details on masculine fabrics and contours make for an interesting mix of elements that blend together male and female tastes to form what we could call a “boyish charm”.

Formal apparel like tuxedos are revisited in a feminine style for daytime and evening:

• “sport tuxedo” in flannel with a lamé side band;

• “tailored cigarette” with a metallic band;

• “boxy crop” with crystal mix embroidery;

• “loose pants” with sequin trim;

• “pleat front tailored pants” with contrasting flannel stripes;

are all examples of the encounter of these opposite worlds.

Suspenders edged with metal chains or embroidered with “stone crusts” and chain “ribbons” that imitate pocket watch chains are among the details of the “dandy” woman’s apparel.

High-waisted and pleated pants of slim, wide, and fluid contours are a major season item.

SKIRTS
In addition to the evergreen pencil skirt, the new season features softer silhouettes, always with a marked waistline and sometimes with asymmetrical hemlines.

Whether pencil or godet, worn with “short and over” sleeveless tops, or straight and hip-hugging, skirts take the place of dresses.

The superimposing of shapes, materials, and colours is a distinctive feature.

T-SHIRTS AND TOPS
An important selection of silk tops and t-shirts. The matte crêpes and georgette fabrics, the shimmery satins, transparent organzas, or fluid lamés. A wide selection of cashmere, cotton, and crêpe sweatshirts.

The t-shirts, informal sweatshirts, and more “institutional” shirts are embellished with stone-studded suspenders, organza pocket squares, shimmery beaded bow ties, and sequin-studded ties.

EVENING WEAR
A large selection of evening and cocktail dresses, but also for important social events.

The tulle of ballerinas meets the jackets and vests of a dandy’s wardrobe to produce long, flowing dresses.

Feminine details and particulars from the male world characterize an interpretation of “evening wear” impressed with the Cucinelli DNA.

SHOES
A decidedly masculine style with the addition of extremely feminine details for biker boots, riding boots, commando boots, “plain” boots, and derby boots with laces or monk straps.

Numerous models with large, thick soles, sometimes with glitter and luminous effects. Heels are large and squarish.

Metal tips or buckles alternate with the line of derby boots made entirely of Swarovski elements, or with luxurious ostrich skin loafers studded with diamond dust.

HANDBAGS
Extremely soft leathers are used to create deconstructed handbags using mixes of glossy, matte, and rough precious materials.

Innovative crafting processes give a contemporary appearance to precious leathers such as matte calf, diamond-finish ostrich, crocodile, and python, sometimes proposed in combination with neoprene, and sometimes with “hotfix” Swarovski scales.

BELTS
The belts, extra-long to be worn loose and “knotted”, or high to emphasize the waistline, are made of the finest leathers and may be embellished with stones or Swarovski scales.

Buckles are reduced to the bare essential, a simple metal graphic element.

SCARVES AND METAL DECORATIONS

Scarves are in keeping with the mood of the collection, both in their colours and in their marbled prints or glitter patters.

Soft and ample, they are proposed in a generally lighter palette that ranges from warm colours to the full range of pinks.

In the metal details, there is a large use of hematite, a luminous metallic stone that is proposed in various finishes: silver-plated, gold-, or copper-plated.

Of particular interest are the silk “necklaces” with artisanal appliqués of Swarovski elements.

Women’s Fall/Winter 2014 Collection

AN UP TO DATE FINE WAY OF DRESSING

- SUITS

Formal yet modern, tailored yet young, made using exquisite fabrics with a slim fit that adheres to the body with a prominent shoulder and narrow waist to highlight the masculine shape. Trousers are also modern and basic with a subtle pleat. They are slightly more low cut at the waist with a slim leg and a 3.5 cm turn-up.

- JACKETS

In a wide range of plain or structured fabrics including flannels, grisaille fabrics and cloths, and a wide range of prints including chalk-stripe, check, over check, Prince of Wales and madras: all extremely light, very well-blended and in medium-dark colours.

- COATS

The coat is one of the most important garments in the Cucinelli man’s wardrobe for A/W 2014. There are many styles available and each has been named: NAUTILUS resembles Captain Nemo’s coat, ARMY resembles the uniform of a Prussian officer and BURLINGTON has been inspired by an English gentleman.

Coats return to a longer length, finishing at or under the knee. They feature a wide choice of fastenings, collars and fabrics, including the finest cashmere beavers, alpaca furs and wool cloths, which are often napped. The colour palate is dark with anthracite, arabica and various shades of blue as well as more colourful, yet still dark shades such as violet and Bordeaux red. The redingote returns, reversible and non-reversible, in different weights and materials to tackle both the first half second half of the season. In this category we also have various cabans designed following the same concept as our coats.

- KNITTED EFFECT OUTERWEAR

Two new jackets, one single breasted and the other one-and-a-half. Both were designed to replace outerwear early in the season before being worn under a coat or down jacket later in the season. In cashmere and wool, sometimes napped, they represent a tailored but easy look that can be worn casually over a sweater.

- DOWN JACKETS

This season’s down jacket offering is innovative, featuring less nylon and more cashmere-wool flannel or silk wool. Styles take their inspiration from coats and cabans or from more technical styles. These have been named according to different cities across the world, based on their features and temperatures. There is also a wide range of down vests, including patterned vests.

- WAISTCOATS

The waistcoat is another basic element for constructing outfits in this new collection. There are many styles available, from basic styles to those with lapels, with or without peaks. Waistcoats are made with the same materials as our jackets, with the addition of a garment-dyed cotton.

- LEATHER

Our leather models include different styles of ultra-light shearling coats, cabans and biker jackets or Nappa leather and calfskin aviator jackets. They are all pleasant to the touch and almost always water-repellent.

- TROUSERS

The third and perhaps most important distinctive element for really understanding the mood of this collection. The trouser returns to a simpler style with clean lines, fitted at the leg but more generous and softer at the top. There is also a wide choice of pleats, from subtle pleats to more prominent double pleats. Always turned-up and slightly shorter, when worn with a waistcoat and slim-fit jacket these further highlight the new silhouette. Available in different colours of garment-dyed cotton and wool. The choice of wool styles is vast, including plain flannel or patterned and grisaille in various weights.

- DENIM

Denim is very important this season. This is luxury denim made from Japanese fabrics available in various styles: from the traditional five-pocket style to the new volume over style with pleat.

- SHIRTS

Featuring fewer patterns and more solid colours, variation in the collection comes mainly in the structure: twill, oxford, poplin, etc. The white shirt plays an important role, making any outfit more formal and less sporty, even when worn without a suit.

- SHOES

Shoes feature a prominent, modern shape but with classic lines. The collection can be divided in two parts: the more formal, featuring semi-glossy but natural leathers and styles more suited to suits, and the sporty – typical of Cucinelli collections – featuring rougher, more matt leathers and less formal, more casual styles. All are extremely light.

- ACCESSORIES

The accessories offering is as ample as always with ties, pocket squares, belts, bags, scarves, skull caps, bags and smaller leather items that complete the collection.

- COLOURS

The collection is characterised by dark shades. There are three main neutrals – LIGNITE, CIGAR and INK – which offer an infinite possibility of combinations. Colours are medium-dark, sombre and mélange, never vivid. Shades included reds with CHROME and MERCURY, oranges with MINIUM and ORANGE, purples with MANGANESE and VIOLET and greens with MALACHITE and GREEN. There is also a wide variety of blue, grey and brown shades.

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