Jason Basmajian takes the helm at Cerruti

Voluminous overcoats and cool modern suits have a subtle, sophisticated palette

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The Parisian house of Cerruti, famed in the 1960s for ushering in relaxed menswear under visionary founder Nino Cerruti, is revitalised for autumn by a new design head – former Gieves & Hawkes creative director Jason Basmajian. The tailoring-led collection is understated yet distinctive, with its subtle, sophisticated palette of dark greys, clay-coloured browns, forest greens and maroons. Voluminous overcoats in brown herringbone (£675) or plain brown (£995) wool have an easy, masculine drape, while suits (£1,700) are coolly modern with clean lines.


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