For Roy Roger’s next winter’s trend is to propose rather than impose. The consistent colourways – burgundy, sulphur, denim and navy blue – in fact allow for a freedom of choice between matchings and layerings of different garments and fabrics, offering the luxury of a style that is entirely your own.

Technological, light and functional, the Roy Roger’s collection declines traditional fabrics – such as Casentino cloth, Scottish wools, flannels and corduroys – in a contemporary language, making them up in casual models and reviving them through innovative treatments.

The outerwear is never taken for granted. Oiled fabrics have a thermal padded lining in Scottish wool in the outdoor range; in the black & white range, coats and jackets that look like Prince-of-Wales check wool are in actual fact made of jacquard nylon or felted herringbone wool. Finally the down jackets are made using an ultrasound technique that avoids the need for seams, making them extra-light, less than 60 g.

Entirely Made in Tuscany, with details in Santa Croce leather or in chambray cotton, the coats and jackets in Casentino wool are bonded with a special membrane that makes them windproof, transforming them into a contemporary proposal expressed in four models – shirt, peacoat, blazer and overcoat – in the new colours of sulphur, burgundy, denim and navy blue.

The editorial staff.