Our temperatures may still be off the scale but, in the world of fashion, it’s time to start looking towards your winter wardrobe.

Malo, the historic Florentine maison specialising in cashmere knitwear, presents Authentic Charme, its Autumn-Winter 22/23 collection. The brand is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a collection that sublimates the enchantment of natural charm. The protagonist, with its absolute beauty, is cashmere, treated with natural washes. Warm, enveloping, refined and worked only as the skilled artisan hands of Malo have been able to do for exactly half a century. Its fibre, in all its elegance, opens up giving a full and rich appearance, inviting the eye to rest and the hand to touch.

The colours too are those of natural tones: white, beige and cream, with hints of ultramarine turquoise, midnight blue and mineral greys. Pomegranate orange, intense coral, warm camel and the nuances of the darkest earth.

For her, knitted trousers in several versions, made entirely without seams, in fabric stitch for sustained comfort. Comfy-chic style sweaters embellished with hand embroideries reminiscent of weaves made with basket effect ribbons. Knitwear is combined with printed silk or dresses in plissé technique in metallic colours. Hand stitching runs on the pea coats and outerwear. Sweaters with large volumes boast a honeycomb net effect in alpaca and silk. Thin silhouettes convey a graphic, feminine sign for a modern and international woman. A collection with great fitting options, to satisfy the tastes of every type of woman. A woman who wants to dress a contemporary refinement, free to interpret her style.

For him, shirt jackets come in double cashmere and eco nylon. Sweaters with seed stitches, jacquards with geometric motifs, light and bright, kaleidoscopic tweeds run on men’s vests to combine with light sweaters. Jumpers are constructed in soft alpaca and silk with hand-coated textures, for an all-round personal style, since each garment is unique. Enveloping and technical coats with comfortable and flowing volumes can be worn casually. Batik dyeing techniques and manual prints that play with surprising techniques are shown on Nordic sweaters or torn alpacas.

In this collection too, for both men and women, the Recashmere is present, regenerated cashmere for a total look in a nod to sustainability. ✤