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This fall, the opulent androgynous ZENGGI style receives a distinct feminine impetus. The base for the translation is still the conventional men’s wardrobe, but it is entirely feminine. Wide, pleated pants with high waists are made of fabrics that look and feel manly, such as a Prince de Galle check, flannel, or a twill that resembles denim and was created particularly for ZENGGI. These materials have a rich, silky feel, and the pants fall softly to the shoe. Given that the waist is crucial in this situation, many knit shirts are light, short, and have fitted hems that make it simple for them to tuck in or simply rest at the level of the pelvis.

The colour card, too, is based on muted tones from the traditional menswear wardrobe and features strong, bright colours with names like Bluebird, Radiant Coral, and Turmeric in the first delivery as well as a variety of edgy, mixable shades of green and a tonne of pinks, from soft powder to pure Cherry, in the second delivery.

A long spacious anthracite-gray Herringbone winter coat with unique masculine elements is composed of a delicate blend of recycled wool and silk and is a crucial piece for the androgynous-feminine style of the Fall Winter ’23/24 season. The collection also features a flowy dress with wide puff sleeves, tiny shoulder pads, a waist-cinching belt, a jumpsuit in ZENGGI’s signature Japanese crepe, a calf-length Herringbone skirt with a subtle pink stripe, and, as feminine standouts, a dainty sequin skirt with subtle gold glitter and precious, downy soft knitwear with a faux fur look.

The most sustainable options are carefully chosen within ZENGGI’s fundamental ideals of luxurious materials and “old-fashioned” craftsmanship. Each season builds on the one before it while also serving as a prologue to the next, the collections make reference to timeless looks that are updated down to the last detail.