Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s goal for fall was to define a new idea of formalwear, and he came up with sharp cut men’s staples occasionally crafted in feminine, sensual fabrics, including lace and silk faille.
WWD Critique: The collection looked wearable and commercially savvy, but missed some runway appeal.
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Launch Gallery: No. 21 Men's Fall 2020