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Seasonal portraits

This season’s limited release was inspired by the hyper-flexible wardrobe. Clothing that can float between the home, office, and home-office. We asked our advisors to create their personal must-have pieces for fall and winter. Each is curated to their taste and tailored to their form. Browse their looks to inspire your own.

Can Altay
Can Altay

“This is the sort of look I wear all the time in fall and winter. Smart casual events, social weekends, dinners, even travelling. I really love to mix and match my clothes and experiment with finding new combinations, so I picked pieces that let me do that. The suit is a cotton blend corduroy with some stretch, which adds amazing comfort for daily use. I opted for drawstring pants to make it even more comfortable and an unlined jacket for some lightness. With the knit underneath and jacket on top, it’s all quite cozy.”

Bastiaan Tan
Bastiaan Tan

“For fall, I go for neutral tones. I like timeless and classic details, but also love to add something that will make my look personal and make it stand out. For this look, it’s the Glen plaid jacket. I designed it with unconstructed camicia shoulders, which gives it a sartorial edge. By combining the jacket with a comfortable knit and a pair of trousers, it won’t become too formal. I think this look is perfect for casual occasions where you want to impress friends, like a daytime event, dinner, or maybe even a weekend trip.”

Thom de Vries
Thom de Vries

“My style is comfortable and effortless, with an elevated touch. With this look, I love the colors and versatile style of each piece. They pair well and give me many possibilities of how and when to wear them. Harmonizing the colors and fabrics, while still comfortable with the lightweight jacket, drawstring corduroy trousers, and sneakers. I’ll be wearing this for drinks with friends, a barbecue, maybe a dinner. It would even be good for outdoor weekend adventures and sightseeing.”

Domenic Esposto
Domenic Esposto

“I would describe my personal style as sprezzatura, a nonchalant yet refined look. That’s really what I went for here. The jacket and pants combination is casual and effortless. Then once you have a closer look, you see it’s all in the details. The unconstructed jacket with camicia shoulders, the lapel with Neapolitan buttonhole. Even the trousers designed in Zegna’s wool have a refined structure. I’ve styled this with rich suede penny loafers and layered with cashmere and brushed wool coat to finish with a luxurious feel.”

Diederik de Flines
Diederik de Flines

“I love this look for casual fall days. With the jacket, it is ideal for more relaxed days in the office. Without the jacket, you could wear it anywhere on the weekend. My favorite piece has to be the long sleeve woolen polo. It’s so versatile, I would easily wear it to almost any occasion. The drawstring pants have a more informal style than I would usually wear, but paired with the wool and cashmere basketweave jacket and sartorial car coat it strikes a nice balance of luxurious yet informal tailoring. It’s relaxed but still feels very much my style.”

Ricardo Filipe Wemerman
Ricardo Filipe Wemerman

“For fall and winter, I always try to layer. This way, you can never be too cold or too warm. When layering, I like to harmonize the colors. For this look I mixed fall hues, taupe and beige combined with black. I also like to play with texture. I picked flannel trousers for a comfortable and fall feeling, but then combined with a weather-ready technical lightweight jacket. Whether you have a relaxed day inside or outdoors, it’s timeless and comfortable. For heading outdoors, I went with the taupe car coat.”

Ties Roodfeld
Ties Roodfeld

“For me, there’s nothing better than a smart-casual outfit. I always look for interesting combinations of trousers and jackets. It gives me options and this way I’m never overdressed and I’m still in style. This is one of those looks. The lightweight jacket is comfortable and refined, made from a Loro Piana wool flannel. For the trousers, I went with chinos featuring cargo pockets to make the style more utilitarian. Combine it with a white shirt or knitwear and sneakers, and you have a perfect winter look for relaxed dates or events.”

Tom van Poucke
Tom van Poucke

“For workwear, I go for a timeless style, but still like to make it personal in some way. This Reda midnight blue suit is slubbed, which gives it extra character. I also paired with Chelsea boots to keep the look more modern. The lightweight suit is very breathable and comfortable, so for me this look would be something I would happily wear all day long.”

Robert Gout
Robert Gout

“My personal style is classic with a twist. This suit was perfect for me as it has a very subtle Glen Plaid pattern, a nice take on the classic blue suit. I love to pair it with a comfortable and super soft Merino wool knit and warm overcoat. It’s something I’d wear any day of the week. I went with a double-breasted design option for my coat. It gives something extra to the piece and feels very ‘me’. The pocket square gives the final touch: my advice is always wear a pocket square, it’s a detail that never fails to elevate your look.”

Jasper Willems
Jasper Willems

“This look is very Amsterdam. I would say the typical “suit” for us Dutchies is a perfect sports jacket, a fresh white shirt, and a great pair of jeans. Our cities are quite small and flat, so we bike every day, come rain or shine. I need and want to wear pants like jeans, which will last and become better the more I wear them. For a more casual sports jacket, like this check option, I love the lower gorge lapel as it automatically looks more relaxed and easy. Then I would throw on the extra zipper knit layer underneath to stay warm on chillier days.”

Vince Fazzari
Vince Fazzari

“A midnight blue suit is a timeless piece that should be in every man’s wardrobe. I designed mine with patch pockets on the jacket and drawstring trousers for a more relaxed, contemporary edge. Sneakers are perfect for this style. The suit itself is comfortable and the fabric has a nice stretch, so I’ll be wearing this as a smart-casual look for my daytime events or while travelling.”

Tom Doppen
Tom Doppen

“This is a very dressed and distinctive look. You can’t miss the deep green of the jacket, especially when paired with the off-white 5-pockets. But it’s still a great color to mix and match with other trousers or jeans. I went with an unconstructed shoulder in the jacket and a knit underneath for a more contemporary style. I also really like the parajumper boots – they’re made for walking and give a rough edge to the whole look. It’s perfect to wear when you want to feel comfortable but are also looking to impress, like a casual Friday.”

Gaurav Suneja
Gaurav Suneja

“I believe in minimalism. Sticking to a tonal color palette with a bit of character is a true statement of elegance. For this look, the understated gray windowpane on the midnight blue sports jacket gives that subtle twist that I like. I love the unconstructed shoulder as it drapes naturally and offers more comfort. I could wear this throughout the day, in the office to dinner out with friends. A crisp white shirt with dark selvedge denim is a classic, adding the tonal jacket with a classic check is like cherry on the cake for me.”

Juni Shuteriqi
Juni Shuteriqi

“Neutral tones and monochrome coordination are so versatile. It’s my favorite way to dress. I went for a fall look that can be easily transitioned into the winter. The suit is a warm flannel with a windowpane, so perfect for both seasons. You can wear it in a semi-professional environment or, if you pair it with a knit like I have, for a more informal setting like a night out. I chose to finish my look with this beautifully crafted double-breasted overcoat. It’s a soft blend with a slim-fitting silhouette that compliments the suit and aesthetic.”

Bastiaan Tan
Bastiaan Tan

“For me, it’s important that a look is both practical and stylish. This look has high quality materials, but also many practical details. The safari jacket is a luxe mix of wool and cashmere and has these very functional pockets. The hooded coat has technology to protect from the weather. The parajumper boots are lightweight. When you put them all together, this is the perfect look for outdoors this season, walking around or even hiking.”

Jasper Willems
Jasper Willems

“This is my ideal style for a work presentation. On one hand it looks professional and on the other you look accessible. The herringbone pattern was first introduced in military uniforms, so it’s a little nod to tradition. While the green gives you a warmer appearance. When it comes to the details, handmade surgeon’s cuffs are the way to go. They are a sign of quality and much easier to roll up your sleeves. I chose to pair the suit with these tassel loafers as I find them more refined and more decorated than other formal shoes out there.”

Tom Doppen
Tom Doppen

“This look is a very relaxed everyday combination that I’d wear all season. My lightweight jacket is unconstructed with a more relaxed fit than the regular jackets, which gives the look a little more nonchalance. Comfortable but also very contemporary, just like my style. Together with the jeans and crew neck knit, it is all quite an effortless look. The overcoat is a real eye catcher too with a herringbone and high-quality wool. It’s the sort of thing I would wear to meetings with clients, when I want to look well-dressed but not too formal.”

Thom de Vries
Thom de Vries

“This is the sort of look I’d wear out and about for meetings with friends in town. I always try to find the right balance between formal and casual, so I combined both. The more formal light gray flannel trousers, paired with pieces that are more casual, like sneakers and a safari jacket. For me, the best part of this look is the safari jacket. I love how practical these lightweight jackets are. You can wear them as a light layer, over shirt, or fall coat. It’s season proof, but also style proof, as I can mix and pair the jacket with so many other looks.”

Diederik de Flines
Diederik de Flines

“My personal style is that perfect balance between formal and informal wear. I let the occasion lead. So this kind of look is ideal for me. It’s an everyday winter work look. Or skip the jacket and I have my ideal smart-dressed weekend look. A knit-look jacket, classic black pants, a Merino knit, a pocket square. My favorite part of the whole look is the houndstooth car coat. It’s a piece that reflects my personality in the best possible way. An ideal mix between refined and relaxed that still stands out of the crowd in a subtle way.”

Bastiaan Tan
Bastiaan Tan

“This is my outdoor style for fall. Contemporary, but comfortable. The jacket is made from a breathable Loro Piana wool with added stretch, so it’s perfect for more active days. My favorite part is pairing the drawstring trousers with a sartorial jacket. The trousers give this look a relaxed and refined touch, while the jacket is a true timeless piece. The wool blend overcoat gives a final elevated touch. Combining them all creates a sophisticated all-day look.”

Tom Doppen
Tom Doppen

“For a more formal look, I prefer my suits to be very classic and understated. This charcoal color and plaid pattern is perfect for me. I also love that it is a three-piece where the waistcoat has a shawl lapel. This is something you don’t come across too often, and gives a very sartorial detail. It’s a confident look that you might see in movies. It’s made from crease-resistant fabric, so perfect for all-day workwear. I would wear it to the office on days where I need a little extra power.”