Calvin Klein creates 24-hour winter look


08:30 AM January 14th, 2013

January 14th, 2013 08:30 AM

Suzy Menkes and Italo Zuchelli, menswear fashion designer at Calvin Klein, pose during a ceremony at the Galliera, Musee de la Mode de la Ville de Paris (Paris city fashion museum) celebrating Suzy’s 20 years as the head fashion reporter for the International Herald Tribune (IHT) on September 27, 2008 in Paris. AFP FILE PHOTO/STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN

MILAN – Italo Zuchelli, creative director for Calvin Klein menswear, invented his own version of the layered look by combining sportswear with formal attire to create a 24-hour look for the winter 2014.

“Nobody wants to change several times a day anymore,” Zuchelli told reporters ahead of his Sunday show during Milan Fashion Week.

A sporty quilted nylon vest can be worn over an elegant three-quarter coat, or a fancy silk blazer. Trousers are workman multi-pocketed cargo pants but fashioned in soft gentlemanly materials.

Synthesized rubber is worked to look quilted, and can be used for both formal and informal wear.

The main winter palette is made up of wine red, gray and black, colors that go well by both day and night.

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