Iannone is a talented designer who first brought attention to his name with a short stint at Pal Zileri where he proved that men’s tailoring can be so much more than a suit. Interestingly, the new Ferrari collection is completely devoid of tailoring and heavy on outerwear. Iannone developed a wide range of high performance fabrics like nylon with a soft touch to execute his human anatomy directed clothes. This means often shoulder, sleeve and collar were all in one and showing off Iannone’s deft pattern cutting. The look was sleek and minimal but what made this a success was the fantastic coloring. Built around the Ferrari colors red and yellow, Iannone made his parkas, rain jackets and bombers take flight by applying a skillful colorist hand with many greens and blues in the mix. Also, his use of Como silk in shirts and dresses with photo collages from Ferrari archival photos impressed. Even Ferrari chairman John Elkann wore one of the silk shirts under his perfectly cut deep blue suit.