Z Zegna Men's RTW Fall 2010 / MFW-Day04

Against the grain, Alessandro Sartori put tailoring back on the fashion agenda for next season. “The re-structured man takes center stage,” he declared.

The designer took the jacket apart and - like a master builder - reassembled it piece by piece, leaving his engineering work visible via selvedge seams. His talent at the cutting table extended to outerwear, for which he articulated each panel to enhance the body.

A handsome, cropped flannel blouson and a double-breasted topcoat, tailored to perfection, were among the standout pieces. Most looks were shown with uber-skinny trousers in jersey, flannel or leather to accentuate his sleek vision.

Sartori doesn’t have to prove himself a gifted men’s wear designer. But if there were any doubts, he leveled them with this ultra-sophisticated and boundary-pushing collection.

© by WWD / Photos by Davide Maestri

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