Massimo Dutti Studio Captures Urban Elegance This Fall

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Published August 30, 2023

Models Dante Scheck and Baptiste Radufe wear looks from Massimo Dutti's fall-winter 2023 Studio collection. Pin
Models Dante Scheck and Baptiste Radufe wear looks from Massimo Dutti’s fall-winter 2023 Studio collection. Photo: Robbie Lawrence / Massimo Dutti

As autumn leaves descend, Massimo Dutti revisits its new Studio collection. The brand orchestrates layers like a symphony of modern proportions. Photographed by Robbie Lawrence, models Baptiste Radufe and Dante Scheck become the living brushstrokes of this artistic vision, their casual saunter through urban landscapes capturing the collection’s essence.

Massimo Dutti Fall/Winter 2023 Studio Collection

Baptiste Radufe wears a mock neck sweater with pleated trousers from Massimo Dutti's fall-winter 2023 Studio collection.Pin
Baptiste Radufe wears a mock neck sweater with pleated trousers from Massimo Dutti’s fall-winter 2023 Studio collection. Photo: Robbie Lawrence / Massimo Dutti

The city backdrop mirrors Massimo Dutti’s ambition: to marry the pulse of contemporary life with the enduring elegance of classics. The color palette—navy, brown, black, and beige—acts not as a limitation but as a stage, allowing the textures and tones to perform their nuanced roles.

It’s a muted spectrum that elevates the tactile richness of the garments, making each piece a quiet yet profound statement.

Dante Scheck dons a smart look from Massimo Dutti's fall-winter 2023 Studio collection.Pin
Dante Scheck dons a smart look from Massimo Dutti’s fall-winter 2023 Studio collection. Photo: Robbie Lawrence / Massimo Dutti

For Massimo Dutti, practicality isn’t sacrificed at the altar of style; it’s celebrated. The Studio collection navigates the spectrum of men’s needs with the ease of a seasoned sailor steering through familiar waters.

The lineup is a well-curated anthology of essentials, from merino wool and silk blend sweaters to darted tapered fit trousers.

French model Baptiste Radufe fronts Massimo Dutti's fall-winter 2023 Studio collection outing. Pin
French model Baptiste Radufe fronts Massimo Dutti’s fall-winter 2023 Studio collection outing. Photo: Robbie Lawrence / Massimo Dutti

Whether it’s the whisper of micro twill in a cotton trench or the confident cut of a stylish overshirt, Massimo Dutti’s Studio collection is a masterclass in balancing the temporary with the eternal. It’s more than fashion; it’s a narrative woven in thread and aspiration.


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