3 February 2020
3 February 2020 • By Tim Blanks
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Alessandro Sartori is a curious combination of iconoclast and traditionalist. His latest collection was notable for its precise formality, moving away from streetwear in men’s fashion.
12 January 2019
The brand is built on sartorial tradition, but Alessandro Sartori’s aim with his new collection was clearcut: 'Nothing that recalls classic design.'
16 June 2018
Alessandro Sartori's obsession with formal experiment, underpinned by a keen appreciation of function, makes a bridge between Zegna's past and future clienteles.
12 January 2018
The impeccably tailored and gorgeously tactile collection could have used a dash of chaos.
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14 January 2017
Alessandro Sartori's first collection at the helm of Ermenegildo Zegna felt modern and utterly desirable in a challenging new world.
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