Alanui Fall/Winter 2021 Menswear Collection
“Only those who dare may fly”
― Luis Sepúlveda.
An imaginary, (for now,) road trip across South America. Up and down the Andes, in the Atacama Desert or on the Rainbow Mountain. Carrying a Luis Sepulveda’s book to read at night in the moonlight. With a fluffy alpaca as super cute mascot.
Get ready to embark with Alanui on a memorable Fall/Winter 2021 adventure in a world full of colors, patterns, precious details and absolute fun.
The dress code? Don’t forget to pack one of our warm and comfortable knitted sets: cashmere joggers and short pants matched with coordinated crewneck sweaters enriched with an embroidered palm.
Of course, a real Alanui traveler knows that our official uniform includes our signature oversized cashmere Icon cardigans, now identified by a new turquoise recycled plastic tag. This season, along with a new patchwork interpretation of the Bandana motifs and of the tie dye matched with Aran textures, Alanui enriches them with a desert landscape under moonlight; Andine stripes and geometric multicolor pattern.
While cable knitted styles feature a kaleidoscopic look, the season’s Andine inspiration meets Alanui’s best friends, The Peanuts, on a cardigan crafted from extra-fine merino wool.
Leopard motifs in different color variations are introduced on V-neck sweaters and cardigans, while a rage of flannel shirts, coming in plaid patterns or solid tones, are worn with slim jeans coming in three different washes.
Accessories stand out with fringed and beaded slippers or loafers created in collaboration with Suicoke. But also, wool chenille headpieces, scarves, gloves and crochet bags continue to enrich the collection along with the newly hand knitted crochet charms featured on recycled plastic snap hooks.
If Alanui keeps expanding its home line with maxi cushions and coordinated blankets featuring the signature Icon patterns, as well as seasonal motifs, the brand also welcomes a new range of children’s designs, including four different ‘mini me’ cardigans… for adventurous travelers to be.