guerreisms Le 21ème - This is NOT a Street Style Blog dailyELLE » A Guide To: Men’s Italian Style Introduction Clifford Grodd, the former president of American clothing retailer Paul Stuart, once said: “I abhor dullness and resist flamboyance.” This opinion is one that will strike a chord with many Italian men, who tread the line between expressionism and refinement. Certainly, most lean towards ‘more is more’, but that should not be mistaken for a self-absorbed display of superfluous extravagance. Instead, Italian style is distinctive in its appearance, defined by its silhouette and dedicated to achieving sprezzatura – rendering it the envy of the menswear community. In this article, I will briefly detail the influence Italian style has on menswear, what inspires Italian style and provide ideas as to how you can replicate their balance of artful dishevelment. Italian Style Italian style is much more eclectic than many people come to assume, with regional nuances adding variety and characterising local tastes. Brands To Watch Brands To Watch Lookbook Boglioli Clothing Esemplare Clothing
Hitta hem The Sartorialist Thursday, July 2, 2015 On the Street…Trend Alert, Pitti Uomo One of the few trends I saw emerging at Pitti this season, was this idea of a shorter camp shirt worn over a slightly longer tee-shirt. The over-shirt was usually in some kind of pattern, with the tee-shirt complementing or contrasting the color of the shirt on-top. …It was a very subtle detail but one of the few trends that I’ll be figuring out how to work into my own wardrobe this summer. Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Italian Summer….Sà Pesta,Genova Sà Pesta in Genova is the real deal. When we arrived for lunch at half past twelve the place was packed with locals. By the time we left at two o’clock, we were just about the last ones there. Sà Pesta, Genova Via dei Giustiniani 16 R, Genoa, Italy
Fashion Italian Fashion and Beauty - Latest Trends Elegance is in the Italian blood, and most Italians would unhesitatingly give up comfort in order to achieve it. Italy is a nation that cherishes outward appearances. Yes, it is great if you have a good heart, but Italians would expect you to have well-groomed hair, an impeccable sense of dressing and a really neat pair of shoes besides. Starting from one of the pioneers of modern fashion, Elsa Schiaparelli, to the modern czar of extravagant opulence, Roberto Cavalli, Italian fashion has had it all. The privileged Italians have had names like Brioni and Zegna look after their work wear, and the house of Valentino to call upon when they needed clothes for that real special occasion. And for the everyday lives of stylish Italians, there has been the eponymous Zara, and countless other names strewn across Italian cities that continue to take pride in making men and women beautiful. For Italians, it is not about clothes at all.
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