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NN.07's latest collection, spring/summer 2025, has arrived and it comes with a retro Milanese feel. It's the uniform you dream of wearing while sipping on a cold cocktail in a narrow cobbled street in the Italian fashion capital.

Taking inspiration from spring and summer days in Milan (specifically, during the 1970s and its elegant fashion), NN.07's new SS25 collection offers its sophisticated take on what locals would be wearing as they enjoy an aperitivo: a late afternoon cocktail tradition that includes snacks like cured meats and cheeses.

NN.07

Highlights of its SS25 collection include the Ivan Welt Jacket, the Feddy Shirt, which arrives embellished with a reversed fil-coupe jacquard fabric in a floral design, a gorgeous loose-knitted Mick Tank Top, and an assortment of Kay pants in various soft and warm colorways made with organic cotton and European linen blend.

"Over the past years, the work/leisure approach have been a key philosophy for us," NN.07 told Highsnobiety, "a couple of seasons ago we introduced soft tailoring as an alternative to traditional office attire, while continuously implementing bolder, handcrafted styles and unique textiles into the collection. The SS25 collection represents the state of the union at NN.07, with a well-balanced selection of garments for work, leisure – with the option to stand out."

NN.07

Everything in the collection of the Copenhagen-based brand captures the essence of what makes Italy special, in particular those moments where time slows down, the golden glow of the sun setting long shadows on the piazzas as you sip your first after-work drink, you loosen your tie, and relax among your friends.

Sounds appealing? Then be sure to check the NN.07 web store, for when its SS25 collection releases.

Now, a trip to Italy for aperitivos anyone?

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