The first is certainly the raincoat, which coincides with the company’s second generation. In 1958, Canali focused on the production of these practical garments that protect from moisture and cold, which had already gained notoriety in the film industry. The company managed to give this garment a personal touch, using then innovative materials, such as Lilion and Rilsan, together with more traditional materials such as silk, wool and cotton.
The second is the suit, the company’s flagship product since the ’70s. The Canali brothers decided to set up the production of this garment — a staple in men’s wardrobes — respecting, improving and innovating traditional tailoring techniques. Today, as back then, Canali suits are made using more than 6 different fit models to guarantee maximum comfort and wearability.
The third is the KEI jacket, which joined the Canali family in 2007 for good. It’s an innovative jacket that combines impeccable fit, softness and lightness, which more than ten years after its launch is still considered one of the brand’s best sellers.