The Wool Lab Autumn/Winter 2018/2019 by Woolmark at Pitti Uomo - A collection of the latest commercially available wool fabrics and yarns.
Guy Stuart Ritchie was born on 10th of September 1968). He is an English filmmaker known for his crime films. Some of his best known films are: "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels", "Sherlock Holmes", "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows", "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.".
The wit, wisdom and beauty of Oscar Wilde as he journeys from tite street in London to Paris saint Germain inform Alexander McQueen’s menswear collection this season. The writer wears tailoring typical of the London gent, cut in classic British fabrics to begin with – jackets and coats in wool serge with velvet appliqu?s, a 3-piece flannel suit in charcoal and exaggerated overcoats in or trimmed with shearling.
Emphasized in texture and character, the Fall/Winter 2017 collection gives the idea of nonchalant cool with an uncompromising devotion to elegance and boldness. A personality driven by free- thinking sensibilities and a refusal to become content with the norm.
The classical splendor that is the Royal Palace of Madrid in the Eighteenth Century continues to inspire us today. The restrained opulence of the Berniniesque exterior housing centuries of Spanish art and ancient culture. The luxury and resplendence of princely elegance on display reverberates within us today as design handed down for generations lives again in the collection from Cifonelli for Fall/Winter 2016.
There are two adjectives that describe the new aesthetic code that is taking over amongst urban gentlemen. Thus it has been dictated by the catwalks and thus it has been reinterpreted by firms such as Massimo Dutti, which in its new Personal Tailoring Collection has found inspiration in a vanguard and more light-hearted casual version of the classic executive look. A new post-modern Dandy, capable of beautifully and rigorously combining concepts such as casual and vanguard with savoir faire and the clear-cut elegance that the strictest codes of the sartorial world dictate.
Today we continue our overview of the Italian millionaire Gianluca Vacchi's wardrobe, full of stylish, elegant, eye-catching, colorful pieces, appropriate for a wide range of occasions as well as a dandy lifestyle.
Today we'll take a look at the wardrobe of the Italian millionaire Gianluca Vacchi (Born on August 5, 1967 in Bologna, Italy). He is an entrepreneur and financier and serves as a President at SEA Societ? Europea Autocaravan S.p.A.
The point of departure is the art of Ligabue and Vincent Van Gogh, especially the agitated lines and bold strokes they used to portray the clothes of the male figures in their paintings.
Suspenders (or Braces in British English) - this cute anachronism - are popular especially in England and the USA. Americans consider suspenders practical and comfortable with a hint of nostalgic feeling. For Englishmen - braces are part of the tradition.
Browne's innovations in tailoring are identified in the gallant scandal and reconciliation of the paradigms of men's and women's fashion.
There is one young, moustached and long-haired tailor who shakes the old school of London bespoke tailoring with what the street calls 'coolness'. He is definitely not what you would expect if you are familiar with the traditionally conservative scene of Savile Row.
We know about the aristocratic's habit of giving pajama parties to which expensive brocades and silks shimmer in midnight on the bodies of sleepless night birds celebrities. But beyond that eccentricity, this two standards in menswear become flippantly popular.
The book (Released August 2013) documents the well-kept lives of 57 protagonists of contemporary dandyism from different cultures and societies, united by the beautiful and bold presentiment that dandy is not in the past, but differentiates in a full diversity the dandyism, making it his own signature.
Jim Fairfax is a New York-based interior designer, who in his witty play wished to present his exterior in a suit jacket and a vest in the not boring shade of dove gray, with high English shoulder and a dominant rounded lapel.
Karl Lagerfeld has reached a level of disturbing dandyism in the maturity of his fashion career. Weight loss and plastic surgery had to proclaim the convulsions of his fashion presence, but his mouth strongly reminded that of the elderly Coco Chanel, which resulted in a grimace over strictness and fashionable contempt.
Charles Pierre Baudelaire was a French poet, essayist, art critic, and pioneering translator of Edgar Allan Poe, born in Paris, France, in 1821. His most famous work Les Fleurs du mal expresses the changing nature of beauty in modern, industrializing Paris during the 19th century.
DAKS menswear collection took Milan Fashion Week once again as its main stage, for the Fall Winter 2016 season Creative Director Filippo Scuffi honored the label’s London heritage.
Sharon Takeda, curator of “Reigning Men: Fashion in Menswear, 1715–2015” opening at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) on April 10, says, “After five years of researching and finding pieces to put in the show, we have quite an interesting group of things that are quite colorful. In the end, it’s turned out to be quite enlightening in the sense that the material is just as rich to mine as in womenswear.”
In 1966, after 9 years at Turnbull & Asser and a short period as John Steven's assistant, Michael Fish opened his own store called 'Mr. Fish'. The exclusiveness of the store is determined by the high prices - usually about £35 for a jacket, £100 - for a suit, and £8-20 - for a shirt - defined by the generously used expensive fabrics.
Sartorial elegance isn't just a hobby for this breed of very-well-put-together men - it's their life's calling. Serena Altschul explores the world of the dandy, which Nathaniel "Natty" Adams (author of "I Am Dandy") and photographer Rose Callahan define as a man "obsessed with personal elegance."
Krammer & Stoudt once again proved our statement: The black suit is not in fashion and the dandy style makes men more attractive.
The creator of this style is the previously mentioned Beau Brummell, who defines dandyism as the last burst of heroism in decadent ages and compares it with poetic creativity, with the most severe monastic discipline of keeping such a brilliant self-control, which surprises everyone, except a dandy.