Collection S/S 2013
Collection S/S 2013
The collection ETIQUETA NEGRA polo & sportswear S/S 2013 interprets the elegant but relaxed “bien vivre” of the French South Coast, easy but “très chic”, to dress men and women of refined and demanding tastes, in the city as well as at the weekend and in their free time. Polo shirts, shirts, sweatshirts, knitwear, outerwear, trousers and accessories create a total look offering a wide range of colours: in addition to the classics, the collection ranges from the tones of indigo with touches of white and cobalt blue, from strawberry to mute cyclamen, from greys to the range of colonial colours with touches of green and gold. The finishes of the garments, starting from the polo shirt, the icon of the label, are not limited to the fade effect but, thanks to skilful post dying treatments, give the garment great depth and movement.
The feminine wardrobe of the ETIQUETA NEGRA label also features research in details, shapes, colours, fabrics and matches. The gabardines, the cotton piquets, the sweatshirts and even the nylons of the more sporty jackets are enriched with ruches and grosgrain tapes, to silently underline the personality and exalt the identity of the brand.
There are a host of accessories to complete the outfits of the ETIQUETA NEGRA.
For him, sneakers and sailing type shoes, with details in leather and special finishes, and for her sneakers, the canvas and suede ankle boots, and the sandals in grosgrain.
Together with unisex travel bags in leather, there are shopping bags in canvas and leather, scarves in the colours and prints of the collection, and belts in leather or leather and silk.
The “Vintage Racing” capsule collection is a homage to the passion for vintage racing cars. It is dedicated to the great Italian driver Tazio Nuvolari, and represents the sports oriented part of the collection, with a leisured but refined style, of vintage inspiration.
According to tradition, an important victory of the great pilot from Mantua is celebrated also in the new collection: that of Le Mans won in 1933.