- Strategic Business Unit special collection is a limited edition of items of particular value, distinguished by a unique quality.
- Strategic Business Unit special was shown simultaneously in representative stores in Rome, London, Munich, Wien, Stockholm, New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo in 2003 for the first time.
- Used garments taken from Strategic Business Unit archive and remodelled in shape and proportions inspire SBU special. Each item has been reproduced to resemble the original model. The use of the most sophisticated technology combined with the manual intervention make each piece of this section absolutely unique.
- Strategic Business Unit special collection presents coats, jackets, waistcoats and raincoats having traditional interior details, which are combined together with jeans or cotton trousers and t-shirts or sweaters. Protective outer garments role is central in our special selection.
- Single-breasted overcoat is matched with a cashmere scarf in a large number of colours.
- A military double-breasted standard overcoat is shown without a belt in black, charcoal, olive and khaki. A special section of deconstructed jackets are grouped within this selection.
- Strategic Business Unit special garments are made of cashmere, camelhair and merino wool.
- 80s wool makes beautiful suiting that are perfect for work. Super 100s is a bit more luxurious and super 120s is incredibly smooth. Wool flannel is soft and also often used thanks to both its stylish and practical versatility. Pure ‘camelhair’ garments distinctive by their natural beige colour are grouped in separately. Thanks to its incomparable warmth, durability and softness, the Strategic Business Unit special collection is largely appreciated from gentleman all over the world.
- A number of patterns not frequently found anymore are used to produce SBU special sports jackets. Patterned fabrics are largely used to produce this section of items. Vertical and horizontal stripes are presented in a number of different styles and colours. A section of garments are produced with using ‘glen’ check‘, tartans’ check patterns, most closely associated with scottish clans, and ‘plaid’ cloth commonly used as a blanket. Glen check, which is often called prince of wales check, has deep associations with the country wear. ‘Herringbone’ is another appropriate pattern within this selection; it is most often used for winter collections.
- Garments, shoes and fashion accessories belonging to Strategic Business Unit special collection are all made in Italy.
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