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The Good life // March 2017
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March 2017

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Matthew Goode is the face of Pal Zileri SS17
GQ // January 2017
The British star of The Imitation Game, Downton Abbey and this year´s hotly anticipated The Hatton Garden Job slicks up for Pal Zileri´s new campaign.
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Given the success of Tom Hiddleston´s Gucci Cruise campaign, it´s hardly surprising that other storied Italian fashion houses are following suit and recruiting discerning British actors to front their campaigns. For Spring Summer 2017, Pal Zileri has tapped Matthew Goode - best known for his roles in The Single Man, The Imitation Game, Match Point and Downton Abbey - to show off the exquisite collection designed by Mauro Ravizza Krieger in all his gentlemanly glory.
Goode´s sophisticated demeanor fits perfectly with the Pal Zileri aesthetic - the campaign is a celebration of elegant masculinity and of tradition in a contemporary context. The resulting smart-yet-simple images are full of contrast; take a look at Goode modelling a formal shawl-collared suit while crouched smiling on the floor.
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The campaign was shot by German photographer Dylan Don in the suitably geometric Muralla Roja compound in Calpe, Spain, designed by Spanish architect Ricardo Bofil. The sharply angled and labyrinthine setting - which bathed in ethereal Mediterranean sunlight appears in shocking hues of red, burnt orange and sky blue - further draws your attention to the controlled sharpness of the shoot and of the clothes themselves. Goode is snapped trying out some parkour-style moves, which showcase the graphic lines and mismatch of textures in the collection superbly.
The sublimely aspirational campaign is a flawless example of how the British and Italian aesthetics can lend themselves so wonderfully to one another.
We can´t wait for the collection to land in shops.
Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

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WWD
Pal Zileri mens fall winter 2017 // January 2017
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The Rake
Tailoring the future // December 2016
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Esquire
Mexico // December 2016
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U.S.A. // November 2016
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Down Town
Spain // Oct 2016
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Esquire
Mexico // Sept 2016
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Gentleman
Mexico // Sept 2016
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L`Officel Hommes
Germany // June 2016
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MF Fashion
Italy // June 2016
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Italy // June 2016
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GQ
Mexico // June 2016
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RBC Daily
Russia // June 2016
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Signè
United Arab Emirates // May 2016
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Spain // April 2016
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The Sunday Telegraph
U.K. // April 2016
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Esquire - Big Black Book
United Arab Emirates // March 2016
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Sette
Italia // March 2016
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Gentleman
Mexico // March 2016
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T Qatar
Qatar // March 2016
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Yatzer
Pal Zileri FW16 / Sartorial Expertise Meets Graphic Modernity // February 2016
The ongoing dialogue between Pal Zileri and its customers is one involving a great amount of respect for the Italian brand´s heritage and its ties with its home in Veneto, Italy, and the modern, international vision that has become part of its daily DNA.
As the soundtrack´s beat began to play for the start of the FW16 show in Milan last month, the audience was swept up in this delicious dialogue to become an integral part of its continuation.

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Opening with deep blues, silvery grays and inky blacks, to be followed by earthy rusty browns and olive greens, the show highlighted textural, mismatched layers that played with volumes.
Combining the best of high-end sportswear and athleisure with impeccable tailoring, the nuances of day and night dressing were melded together in the creations that made their way down the runway which saw artfully tapered or pleated and relaxed light wool pants, shimmering lurex shirt collars peeking out from under crisp tailoring, 3D effect patterned sweaters paired with bonded leather biker jackets and astrakhan touches or geometrically quilted details-inspired by artist Josef Albersí square studies-on wool coats.
The coolly covetable lineup was also underscored by impeccably thought out accessories: burgundy/navy wool skull caps, thick-soled black ankle boots, sleek totes and back-packs in green or brown calfskin, all hinting at the sartorial destinations to which these outfits have been designed to be worn-from the office to the great, urban outdoors.

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One can easily imagine the brand´s intrepid, international clientele embracing this collection´s pieces and wearing them on a daily basis.
Mauro Ravizza Krieger (creative director at Pal Zileri) and his belief that “The Pal Zileri man is a thinker, a doer and a maker⥩ runs through the FW16 collection which was obviously created with the specific intention of giving this multidimensional, dynamic man a way in which to visually express himself while, at the same time, testing his own sensibilities and self-interpretations.

Also reflecting the metamorphosis of the brand itself (since Ravizza Krieger joined the company in 2014, Pal Zileri has been transformed from the inside out), the concept of a new DNA, christened “Avant-Craft” born out of the synthesis of the brand´s traditional, age-old craftsmanship and innovative creativity is evident everywhere.
Nowhere is this more obvious than in the brandís relationship with modern art, as seen from the Bauhaus inspirations seen in the show through to the growing collection of contemporary artistsí work exhibited in the redesigned Pal Zileri flagship stores worldwide.

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

The entire FW16 show - from the rolling lights which cut through the centre of the runway, to every one of the meticulously, hand sewn stitches on the garments - gave guests a front row seat from which they were able to witness the expert encapsulation of the brandís core philosophies and aesthetics paying homage to its past while at the same time charging purposefully forward into the future.

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

The Pal Zileri man is a thinker, a doer and a maker.

Mauro Ravizza Krieger

Mauro Ravizza Krieger


Adam & Eve
Libano // February 2016
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Adam & Eve
Qatar // January 2016
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Mauro Ravizza Krieger

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