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Nino Cerruti was sanguine about the latest change of designer at the label, following the departure of Jean-Paul Knott last June.

Nino and Julian Cerruti

Nino and Julian Cerruti

Photo By Dominique Maitre

ALL CHANGE: Cerruti has seen its share of upheavals in recent years, but founder Nino Cerruti was sanguine about the latest change of designer at the label, following the departure of Jean-Paul Knott last June.

 

Friday's show marked the debut of Jesper Börjesson, who is handling menswear for the label. "I'm very curious to see the result of his work," Cerruti said.

 

The industry veteran  as in town with his son Julian for the Maison & Objet trade show, where they will be unveiling the latest creations for their Cerruti Baleri furniture line.

 

These include the Tok modular bookcase by Benedetto Quaquaro and Drop transformable seat by Leonardo Perugi. Next up: new designs from Maurizio Galante.