Sergio Tacchini proudly presents its Fall/Winter 2022 Collection, a premium range of apparel and accessories that builds upon the brand's "linea sport internazionale" heritage with a renewed sense of optimism, travel, and aspirational lifestyle.

Inspired by a spirit of "gioia infinita nello sport" (infinite joy in sport), the season celebrates Sergio Tacchini's tennis roots and pioneering evolution from the court to the streets. Tapping into the brand's rich archive, the FW22 Collection refreshes Tacchini staples and renowned tracksuit styles—such as the Young Line, Orion, Damarindo, and Ghibli—with specialty fabrics, statement details, and seasonal colorways. The iconic Dallas Tracksuit—popularized by tennis champion John McEnroe and embraced by UK "casuals" throughout the 80s—is reimagined in luxurious velour, while a plush chenille fabric is applied to elevated hoodies, sweatpants, and shorts. The color-blocked Mosaic Tracksuit is crafted from the brand's signature crinkle nylon as a tribute to 90s fits popular among NYC hip hop culture, and an "Iridescent" capsule incorporates lustrous textiles across tracksuits, fleece, tees, and caps.

Tacchini’s signature navy, white, and red color palette meets autumn neutrals that nod to Italian green marble, patina, and terracotta, while vintage brand logos and updated graphics take shape alongside sporty taping stripes and bold color-blocking. Seasonal pattern stories are influenced by ancient Roman and Renaissance art and include the drop needle-knit "Geo" motif and abstract "Mosaico" all-over print highlighted across matching tracksuits and court-ready essentials. Rounding out the collection is the "Retro Tennis" capsule featuring a throwback tennis racket graphic across track jackets & pants, polos, fleece, and tees.

Coinciding with the release is a campaign shot at the prestigious Malibu Racquet Club and an oceanside villa in Malibu, California. Photographed by Kacie Tomita, the lookbook spotlights key FW22 fits against Malibu Racquet Club's exclusive tennis courts and sweeping views of the palm-lined Pacific coast.