I don’t know if we should go full throttle for austerity minimalism but I think there could be a middle ground. And Zanini’s elevated classics might be it. Marco Zanini’s fabrics are developed exclusively for him, he pays minute attention to the details that define a silhouette (hello voluminous sleeves) and the styling is perfectly on point. Gotta be better than a logo tee, right?
WORDS: Disneyrollergirl / Navaz Batliwalla
IMAGES: Zanini SS20 / Vogue Runway
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