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Of cars and capsules
LEATHER is used by carmakers for more than just upholstery. Just ask Maserati and Bentley, both of which have unveiled their latest capsule collections.
The Maserati collection continues the marque's collaboration with luxury fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna, while Bentley's range of "iconic classics'' is inspired by the Continental GT two-door model.
The classic items in leather are the usual bags and jackets but Zegna also has leather loafers, sneakers and driving gloves. Designed to reflect the two Made in Italy brands' craftsmanship, all the pieces discreetly feature Maserati's trident badge. Beyond that, both collections also feature non-leather clothing and accessories such as scarfs and sunglasses.
The Zegna-Maserati Capsule Collection will be available at selected Ermenegildo Zegna's worldwide stores and via Zegna.com from next month, while the Bentley collection can be ordered through the Wearnes showroom here.