Versatile, easy-to-wear clothes are the key element for the Officina36 autumn/winter 2022/23 collection. The he collection addresses a man who continues to explore new ways of living and travelling and redefines them.

Traditional approaches to menswear are reworked, tailored garments are combined with sportswear-inspired pieces, creating a balance between trend and tradition.

The collection fuses the traditional with the new, versatility with comfort. These continue to be essential themes in all categories, from coats and jackets to soft, colourful knitwear, paired with wool flannel jogging trousers worn under oversized coats and sportswear-inspired quilted shirts.

Oversized silhouettes of tailored coats are paired with regular-cut double-breasted jackets with a longer line, mixed with pleated trousers with a neatly looser fit.

There is no shortage of military-style peacoats, overcoats and field jackets and work jackets, which are offered in patchwork garment-dyed moleskin this season.

Shirt jackets have boxy fits and are made of wool fabrics in all patterns, from checks to patchwork designs to Aran-inspired patterns, while parkas are oversized in military-inspired cotton canvas with technical fabric linings.


Jackets are deconstructed and stripped of their formalism and reassembled with wool or check knit fabrics with a soft, velvety look, while suits are enriched with accurate internal constructions and fine accessories, always a feature of Officina36’s style.

The trousers are proposed with tighter volumes for formal occasions and oversize with pleats for casual and everyday occasions. They are made of coated cotton fabrics, technical, fluid and felted wool.

Shirts have softened silhouettes with military pockets and check designs.

Light and fluid fabrics with patchwork prints give the formal shirts a slightly oversized fit.

Denim canvas jeans with wash gradations ranging from raw to worn and broken stone washes, from black black to grey with small washes.

The protagonists of the knitwear are the soft, carded yarns in intense tones that start with bright colours such as yellow and orange to cyclamen and continue with octanium blue in garment-dyed merino wool.

A palette of intense colours updates the key looks of the men’s wear, which starts from butter white to charcoal black, passing through blue tones ranging from cyan to dark navy blue and then touching on warmer and more intense colours such as cyclamen and turmeric orange.