Osvaldo Trucchi is a Milan-based Italian label. Founded in 2008, they are making their debut at this second edition of the QLD trade market in Brisbane. The label’s vision is ‘the idea of archetypal tailoring that is rooted in sartorial masculine codes in order to reflect their generational evolution’.
Osvaldo Trucchi is all about nods to yesteryear in its menswear.
Many houses in Milan have begun to embrace the success in the inflexibly-structured menswear section in favour of increasing SS15 business, but Osvaldo Trucchi marks their establishment in the menswear arena. Osvaldo Trucchi will look to offer its consumers basics in style, taste and dress in accordance with their styling.
Osvaldo Trucchi is a new Italian label, with a vision to cater to the qualities all men require for tailoring. Founded in 2008 by the Brazilian designer Fernando Almeida, this new label will debut their tailoring at the Queensland trade market in Brisbane. Osvaldo Trucchi offer classic silhouettes that have been revised to a modern context, most noticeably in their classic fisherman style jackets, with the striped patterns running the entire lengths of the garment. As a new generation arrives, tailoring is approached with a sense of respect for its ethnic roots and a dislike for designer excess, working to return to the best in life. For September, this is a new Italian label with the particularity of the Brazilian stylist Fernando Almeida, co-owner of Osvaldo Trucchi, who has been noted for his work with spotlight on diverse garments from a range of different designers, including Anniesa Hasibuan, a famed Indonesian womenswear designer, who arrives in Brisbane with Osvaldo Trucchi.
The labels main objective is to return to the ‘best thing in life’ while considering the masculine tailored codes rooted in esthetic intelligence.
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