This season's collection sees looks fully accessorized and completed with equestrian boots, mini-tuxedo tails in their blazers (which do no close in the front), pants rolled above the ankles, coats, jackets, bow ties, neckties, etc. The elements form the basis of the dressier pieces which have been created in textures and colors that appear best suited for Fall upon first glance. But later in the show, the collection took on a decidedly Summer and more sportswear tone. The less formal part of the collection sees red, white and blue become the centre of interest. Stripes decorate the leisurely weekend suits, shirts, pants and swimwear, including a stronger identification with specific sports such as baseball and golf -a theme playing over well in the shorts, the windbreakers with embroideries on the sleeves and jeans. The pants appear in various cuts from slim to traditional. The pockets are lined with trimmings. These inch wide trimmings and others of slimmer proportions also appear encircling the waist of the pants or running down the outer seams the legs. In all, this is a huge collection for the Frankie Morello house that managed to fuse the worlds of elegance, sportswear, weekend wear and athletics. Maurizio and Pieiro designed a very well composed collection for this season.