Modern Equipment–Approaching the timeless question of how to update a wardrobe, particularly sportswear in this case, Corneliani decided that the answer was in the details. Constructed in a neutral color palette, reminiscent of oatmeal and clay, the collection got underway with a sense of modern urgency. Built upon interchangeable pieces for the man on the go, knitwear, jackets, trousers and outerwear were plentiful with a variety of cuts and options. First, the show opened with a safari jacket, dressed in leather, quickly followed by a biker’s jacket, finished in tweed. With opposites attracting, it became a game of why not. Take oversize buttons, add a touch of leather, perforated holes and you had the updated sports jacket and shirt. Paired with soft linen trousers, complete with an airy silhouette and open-weave knits, Corneliani had a strong collection from both an editorial and commercial standpoint.