Luigi Bianchi Mantova F14 (17)MILAN, Jul 2, 2014/ — Known for its extensive research on high quality materials and on garment dyeing, Luigi Bianchi Mantova presents a wide range of exclusive fabrics this season while also reinventing “multiple” dyeing – by coloring separately matching under-collars and linings.

The fabrics, which have been created in collaboration with the best Italian weavers gave the Luigi Bianchi Mantova Fall/Winter 2014-15 collection diverse material yet always with impeccable weights.

The fits are perfectly calibrated to conform to the high sartorial standards of the Luigi Bianchi Mantova “Made to Measure” service.

While eclectic jacquard micro designs and 1960’s optical patterns are printed on super light blazers, eye-catching macro-checks, madras, Prince of Wales and damier patterns highlight suits and vests.

Different color shades are subtly mixed-up to deliver rich “faux-solid” textures that give chromatic depth to the fabrics.

Unusual blends create surprising results: the intertwining of cotton and wool bouclé yarns produce a multicolor 3D effect on suits and blazers. Adding to the complexity of the collection is the new lapel, which is larger on both classic and slimmer fits.

Always keen on experimenting with new measurements, the waistline of the two-button jackets is lowered by about 1 inch, to accentuate the figure.

The vest, once again the key piece of the season, is offered both with matching suits or alone, as a versatile staple piece.