Discover BLAZÉ Milano Fall Winter 2022.23 Collection, that brings outdoor vibes to the urban lifestyle, presented during the recently finished Milan Fashion Week. The collection brings looks made from upscale materials in a rich palette influenced by the colors of the changing seasons. For the season, Blazé Milano introduces a range of new styles, from sporty chic to ultimately impeccable.
“The Flap blazer, coming in navy or terracotta wool, stands out with its streamlined shape and the signature flap pockets, while the double-breasted Overcoat is the ultimate outerwear piece to be layered over the brand’s iconic blazers. Exuding quintessential refinement, it’s presented in an irresistible pink version crafted from a soft wool and cashmere blend in a herringbone motif. Featuring notch lapels and an oversized fit with a slightly retro vibe, the Chiller blazer in camel corduroy is another new entry in the BLAZÉ family, paired with matching Sell shorts. The decorative spirit of the brand’s fall presentation resonates in a charming upholstery-inspired pattern, sourced from Italian leading textile company Mantero’s archives, splashed not only on the lightweight viscose crafted for a series of pieces, including a Berber shirt and a ruffled Welsh dress, but also on the warm velvet used for a Gliss bolero matched with coordinated five-pocket Paso pants.
Another signature pattern featuring a tapestry-like geometric textile, gives a bold look to a chenille padded Berber shirt paired with a matched Appaloosa mini skirt, while a tie-inspired allover motif is used for an Everyday blazer paired with Basque pants and a Berber shirt. Meeting different needs, BLAZÉ’s iconic styles are also presented in an array of variations. They span from an effortlessly chic Wait coat showing a corduroy collar and the relaxed Weekend blazer shown in a timeless Prince of Wales pattern to the padded Sahariana sporty shirt jacket and a glam Everyday blazer worn with matching Baise pants, both crafted from red velvet. Leather is used not only for a cool python-printed version of the Paso five-pocket pants, but also for the cozy and cool Tatoosh shearling jacket and vest.” – from Blazé Milano