One century of Zegna

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Since 1910, Ermenegildo Zegna has produced suits for its own label, as well as for other labels such as Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent and Tom Ford.

This luxury Italian label has represented its professionalism during more than one century with scissors, bobbins and hands, which recreates how the brand makes those stunning suits.

If we have a look into the details one of the blazers is made of wool and that’s why Zegna has promote constantly around the world improvements in wool production.

If you wear a blazer doesn’t mean you have to wear a shirt underneath then the dummy is wearing in layers is a zip sweatshirt, the reason of this is because the label not only designs suits, also designs sportswear.

The majority of Zegna premium suits are still made-to-mesure so they are very demanded in the masculine world.

Desde 1920, Ermenegildo Zegna ha estado produciendo trajes tanto para él mismo como para otras firmas como Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent y Tom Ford.

Esta firma de lujo Italiana ha plasmado su profesionalidad durante mas de un siglo con tijeras, bobinas y manos que recrean como se realizan paso a paso unos trajes tan sensacionales.

Si nos fijamos en los detalles uno de los “blazers” esta hecho de lana, esto se debe a que Zegna ha promovido continuamente la lana en el desarrollo de sus diseños.

Llevar blazer no significa que tengas que llevar una camisa por debajo, por lo que un maniquí lleva en capas una sudadera, puesto que la firma no solo diseña trajes, también diseña ropa deportiva.

La mayoría de los trajes premium de Zegna se siguen haciendo a medida, siendo muy demandados dentro del mundo masculino.

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