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Borsalino proudly presents Fall-Winter 2022/23 in celebration of iconic heritage with a collection greatly inspired by the artistic periods of pre-World War up through the savvy Seventies. This latest romantic vision of the Maison’s Creative Curator Giacomo Santucci reflects on the Informal Movement and creativity’s renewed function, first promoted by artists like Alberto Burri, Lucio Fontana and Jannis Kounellis who authored new channels of communication in art to foreign novative styles.

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Fruit of detailed research, historic quotes and tributes, each piece was created to encourage individuals to celebrate personal expression freely, without the constraints of a category or label. In a winter palette of blue, rust and green, the Borsalino Fall-Winter 2022/23 collection interprets elements from Arts and Crafts, Modern Contemporary and Street Style in an array of featured shapes, details and designs.

Arts and Crafts. Inspired by the experiential Informal Movement, this selection starts with eachunique design as if itwas a rough, unmapped canvas. Delvinginto the Seventies archive, models feature exceeded Borsalino artisan mastery with elements of découpage, a malt into effect, saddle-stitching and spezialist holes.

Contemporary. Unedited grosgrain ribbons, patches and jeweled shoulder straps embellish iconic Borsalino archival shapes. Protagonists include: along haired brushed felt animalier Tiger motif (slated to be this season’s best seller); a graphic Tiarain a never seen before bamboo version; and the novelty striped wool felt style with Borsalino logo lettering.

Borsalino Women’s Hats

Street. Innovative fabrics reflect and enhance the collection’s the matic essentials starring an all-overBorsalino crestavailable in two versions that decor iconic baseball and bucke that models; and a selection of street-style favorite knitted beaniesin eco-cashmere and virgin wool.

More sophisticated than ever, Borsalino Fall-Winter 2022/23 honors the past as a treasured heritage that needs to be preserved and continually reinterpreted in order to design a better present and future.

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