1969/2019. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino’s 9th movie set in the United States during the
explosion of the hippie movement. Today’s politics and social instability, the new ecological and cultural battles. A
great turmoil generated by the discontent which defined the Seventies, and which is back today with a renewed
A 70’s spirit, free from any nostalgic and vintage vibe, inspires the Corneliani Spring/Summer 2020 collection.
Looking to the archives, the brand rediscovers a hyper sophisticated allure, which is projected into the
contemporary world through fabrics and high-tech technologies. Everything revolves around an impeccable,
masculine, refined yet spontaneous and comfortable style.
An icon of the Seventies’ youth culture, the military eskimo makes a comeback with oversized silhouettes and
lightweight constructions and materials. Reflective details introduce an avant-garde feel, while a supple leather
reversible bomber, which reveals a college-like varsity jacket, celebrates urban versatility.