Currently in the shops there is not a big variety of men's suits models due to various reasons. We want to show that men also have options to dress well and that there are plenty of original men's suits models.
Men that explore methods that allow a freedom of being and of definition. Masculinity that fluidifies.
Tartan occupies a major role in Fall/Winter 2019-2020 collection of Gabriele Passini. Taken to n-th degree, it crops up on jackets, shirts, coats, scarves and capes, inspiring top-to-toe looks with authentic old English undertones where the time honoured Scottish plaid has found its way onto Italian semi combed flannel which are unlined and featherlight.
Welcome to The Grill, Manhattan’s ultimate destination for luxurious, stylish dining and entertainment. A mid-century midtown pleasure palace designed by Philip Johnson and Mies van der Rohe, covered in French walnut walls and Lee Krasner paintings, and filled with historic atmosphere – this is where JFK came to celebrate after Marilyn Monroe’s breathy rendition of Happy Birthday. So, where better in New York for the powerhouse Philipp Plein Group to stage its 20th-anniversary show?
This designer has long proven himself the king of smolderingly confident luxurywear. And this collection, with its color scheme of glinting noirs and icy hues, its leather accents and sleek accessories, and its focus on ultra-dressy outerwear, reverberated through the company’s slick Milan showroom with just as much of that vaunting Ford allure.
The Fall Winter 2019 collection is born out of a dynamic synergy. By fusing tailoring tradition with contemporary informal style, and business affairs with moments of leisure, it marks a sartorial evolution through the use of technology and soft-wear.
Symbolically, crossing a door means crossing the border between one world and another or accessing a different time. The door is often associated with complex and symbolic meanings: one of the most widespread is linked to the idea of “passage”, a concept rich in meaning, charm and mystery.
The Fall/Winter 2019 collection serves as a meta take on Berluti itself: patina, the signature colouration of the maison’s classic leather shoes is illuminated in new light. Captivated by the old marble tables at which craftsmen hand-dye the patina of shoes in Berluti's manifattura in Ferrara, Kris Van Assche paints his collection in the multi-hued stains of their surfaces. A wealth of reds, yellows, blues and greens saturates garments in rich colour, no two the same. The dye-splattered marble is further interpreted in print on silk shirts and nylon bags structured in exotic leather.
The menswear of Belvest for Spring/Summer 2019 leaves the room of comfortable certainties to explore a territory at the boundaries of tailoring, the multiform space where patterns, prints, details describe the mutated sensitivity of the male universe.
The clothes in the Men’s Spring/Summer 2020 collection of the brand Franklin Eugene are light, bright, airy with a balanced array of full leg, skinny, and standard width trousers. We can see the juxtaposition – for every buttoned-up shirt there is a shirtless suit. We can almost taste and smell the citrus.
The Italian Historical Fashion Brand organized a glamorous Fashion Runway and Awarding Ceremony “UNDER THE TUSCAN RAINBOW” on 12.06.2019. Top designers from Russia presented their collections at Cantarelli Fashion Week on 12.06.2019. Russian designers will produce their collections in Tuscan tailors and factories. Cantarelli’s goal is to attract world markets for Made In Italy products. Over 200 Industry experts from over 30 countries attended the event.
Franklin Eugene International LLC had a fashion presentation June 17, 2020 in Milan, Italy. The fashion house showcased designer Franklin Eugene’s latest menswear collection, CITRUS. The collection is inspired by a CITRUS color palette that includes lime green, lemon yellow, vibrant orange and tomato red. Stitched with fabrics that include organic cottons, silks, and wool, this collection is Franklin Eugene’s take on incorporating citrus inspired colors and prints into a Spring/Summer menswear collection. The clothing is light weight, comfortable, soft, and sun, surf, and sand ready. The collection remains true to Mr. Eugene’s signature style affections - clean lines, strong cuts, and fantastic finish work. Once again, we see Mr. Eugene lean forward and innovate with our first look at what is likely to become a brand fan favorite the FRANKLIN EUGENE TRENCH SHIRT (a range of shirt designs inspired by the trench coat).
Marco De Vincenzo returns to Pitti Uomo as the Pitti Italics Special Event for this 96th edition. Recognized as one of the most innovative voices on the fashion scene, the designer will launch his first menswear collection. The Marco De Vincenzo Spring/Summer 2020 men's collection was presented with a fashion show at the Tepidarium del Roster.
Givenchy wase the Guest Designer at Pitti Immagine Uomo 96. Clare Waight Keller – the British designer and artistic director of the LVMH group maison since spring 2017- presented the new menswear collection from the brand that is an icon of French elegance with a special event.
In the late 1960s, a keenly resourceful Paul Smith would charm expert tailors in his hometown of Nottingham into deviating from their norms, cutting him one-of-a-kind clothes in unfamiliar fabrics. A pair of curtains would be transformed into a hand-made two-piece suit.
The spirit and emotion of the mid-Twentieth Century British artist. Francis Bacon. John Deakin. Soho. The artist vulnerable yet powerful. Hybrids: classic clothing taken apart at the seams, turned on its head. The maverick male in heritage McQueen. Cut, pieced and patched trench coats, hunting jackets, pinstripes, knits, shirting and military clothing realised with the power and immediacy of a broad-brush stroke. Strength of character, individuality and creativity.
Stella McCartney presented her men's and Resort collections in Milan.
Scabal presents a collection of sartorially designed pieces ideal for smart days and relaxed nights. Fabrics are light, breathable and packable for the man on the move. While colours reflect the best of the season, classic whites, beiges and navy sit alongside a variety of brighter summer jacket options with fabrics ranging from fine cottons to the softest of summer cashmere.
A man on an ongoing quest. A path discovered by many before him, and many to come. The desert holds stories, secrets of the ages. Yet, none like his. He is unique.
In the modern world, being a gentleman is a choice. The Luigi Bianchi Mantova man has a timeless style, enhanced by elements from the world of art.
More than 25 years after the inauguration of the new workshop, Cesare Attolini is a tailor’s shop that is very Italian and international at the same time, with garments that are exclusively “handmade” produced in its workshops. A hotbed of style, turned to by men from all over the world wanting to ensure the character of their elegance remains exclusive. A workshop of timeless elegance, where creativity and wisdom come together in a union that is prodigious to say the least. A place where the word luxury is a verb, an active word, alive, not meaning ostentation but rather a unique, intense, discreet experience based on shared values. Significant customisation in particular.
What never changed was the substance of the product, the constant search for perfection, combined with the solidity and values that make Ravazzolo an outstanding force in high-end men's tailoring.
What a diversity - the atmosphere of the fashion show was really formal, the theme was the hotel. So, imagine you are a guest of a hotel and you just arrived.
Remus Uomo collection for Spring /Summer 2019 balances inspiration from the streamlined design of Silicon Valley and the style of late 50s and early 60’s America.
Dolce and Gabbana Spring/Summer 2019 Menswear show was presented during Milan Fashion Week. The runway was opened by the Instagram star Cameron Dallas, who boasts 20 million followers.
Isaia Spring/Summer 2019 is inspired from the 70's prints and floral motifs. The brand is famous with his aesthetic between tradition and innovation - patterns and colours combined with Neapolitan tailoring.
Gabriele Pasini is a symbol of Neapolitan tailoring. His creations are eye catching. His latest collection is inspired from the school years.
Thom Browne presented Spring/Summer 2019 collection during Paris Fashion Week. A collection that presents a mix of shrunken and supersized proportions of the Alice in Wonderland variety.
Sartorial tradition used as an instrument to translate contemporary trends into a garments and accessories that enclose the life of LUI, the modern Canali man. LUI (HE) is an eclectic- Intense and authentic with an open mind for trends, inspiration, and experimentation; added to a great admiration for well-made curated pieces that are full of heritage.
The country forms a fitting showcase for the sophomore show of Dior men’s creative director Kim Jones for Pre-Fall 2019: the House debuts a menswear collection in the metropolis of Tokyo for the first time.
FRANKLIN EUGENE ICON is a men’s Fall/Winter 2019/2020 clothing array inspired by the parts of the human spirit that turn ordinary people in to icons leading to iconic moments.
Tailoring for today is confidently presented for both men and women. Informed by his personal experience of softening the stiffness of tailoring in the early-Eighties, Paul reinvigorates the suit. Tailoring remains at the core of the Paul Smith world and with rare independence the designer confidently contradicts the zeitgeist.
The Tiger of Sweden Spring/Summer 2019 collection is a tribute to the spirit of being on the move. Touching upon journeys of the mind as well as conventional travel, it is about freedom and the power of dreams. What happens to imagination in an age when information is never more than a click away? Have we lost the time and inclination to daydream?
Pitti Uomo invites Aldo Maria Camillo to present the first collection ever released by his brand, bearing his name: ALDOMARIACAMILLO.
The designer Tom Ford took to the iconic Park Avenue Armory to kick off New York Fashion Week: Men’s with his Fall/Winter 2018 collection. In addition to showing off his latest designs, the Texas-born designer-turned-director also used his runway to debut a new undergarment and timepiece line.
The first light of dawn gently illuminates the city, still silent and tucked under a cover of morning mist. A man’s gaze unfolds, undisturbed, over an urban landscape: avenues come to life as the dark of night abdicates to colors, shapes and details. It is a moment of awakening – a pageant of chiaroscuro that replays in cities across the globe as they reveal their true appearances.
It is a tribute to artisan workmanship that is unique in the world. Constructed yet soft silhouettes of suits and jackets with a sporty yet elegant touch combined with an all-Neapolitan “sprezzatura” (i.e. nonchalance). A slight fifties and sixties retro mood can be seen in the proportions and fit of the garments. Not by chance, the little of Isaia’s proposal for next winter is: Casalnuovo Collection.
Pino Lerario, Tagliatore’s creative director, picks up the London’s vibe to create a new concept of masculine elegance. The Fall Winter 2018-2019 collection is based on outerwear proposals with a clear British flavor. Also the rock touch, an important part of Tagliatore’s DNA, seems to regain the history of Savile Row, when in January 1969 the Beatles performed for the last time from that unforgettable rooftop.
Exploring the notion of looking back to move forward, the Fall/Winter 2018 collection picks up the John Varvatos ethos - and take it to the streets. Injected with the vitality of downtown New York, the line up reveals an emotive concept with effortlessly cool execution. Juxtaposing the strength of a well-built foundation with an unrestricted movements of an on-the-pulse underground, the 2.0 man underscores his subversive virtues with a laidback confidence.
The Dolce & Gabbana menswear show 2018-19 was entitled King’s Angels, but King’s Millennials would have been a more appropriate title. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana presented another millennials fashion show in which sons of famous actors, families, and some who have made their own fame, walked the Metropole runway in Milan, many of them wearing crowns. Christian Combs, Austin Mahone, and Cameron Dallas hit the catwalk in a series of gold-brocaded tailcoats over slim pin-striped pants.
Menswear is an elevated take on the utilitarian: authentic pieces have been restudied and revised with innovative construction. Shirting in silk twill, wool, leather and shearling - featuring hand-stitched finishing by master tailors - forms the anchor of the collection, echoing the womenswear pieces.
TINTEX Textiles revealed a wonderful range of innovative fabrics that redefine fashion, inspire creativity, spark emotion and optimize responsible solutions. Award winning TINTEX Textiles, being an ingenious leader in textile and research innovation for over twenty years, transforms a new generation of cotton and other natural based materials. Established in the Porto region as authorities in superior dyeing and finishing techniques making TINTEX Textiles the perfect choice for fashion.
Isabel works her unique combos in a style that’s wraps up the raw and the retro, the wild and the free. For men.
Giving shape to the freedom of being oneself, without labels and without belongings. Grace as a way of being and as a mean of expression.
Whizz kid (or old master?) of the highest and most noble Italian tailoring traditions, Gabriele Pasini is already thinking about the “next generation” for his Autumn-Winter 2018/2019 Collection. He relentlessly seeks out directional pathways and new forms of expression for tomorrow’s “dress code”. What are the main coordinates on the roadmap? How does he intend to get there? Without doubt, using colours. Without doubt, bringing into play hi-tech materials. Without doubt, reworking/refreshing cuts, shapes and references, updating all the various items in the wardrobe with unusual choices.
Cesare Attolini presented its Fall/Winter 2018-2019 collection. Again, a timeless collection full of patterns, materials and style.
Tessitura Monti Autumn/Winter 2019: high quality fabrics for contemporary shirts suitable for every style
Autumn-Winter 2019/20 collection by Tessitura Monti presents new color combinations, special yarns and advanced finishing processes connected to the constant use of top quality raw materials: the results of this innovative search are fabrics matching refined aesthetics with comfort and excellent performance. Color is one of the most important novelties of this collection: tones are richer, more intense and varied if compared to the traditional winter proposal. Colors go from classic blue tones blending with military green and grey to the stronger and full tones of new red, brown and burnt joined by the new and important red violet.
Marras imagined a British-Sardinian gentleman, fond of hunting with hounds in the wild countryside, but driven by nostalgia and a sense of home. “His style is a mash-up of memories.” A feel of rustic elegance was threaded through the collection, which was focused on outerwear. Peacoats and parkas were patchworked from an array of tweeds, jacquards, corduroy velvets, tartans, and felted wools. Worn inside-out exposing soigne linings, they had oversize, protective proportions; and though they looked sporty and functional, they conveyed the typical Marras flair for eccentric practicality. The British-Sardinian nobleman in question was obviously fond of a dapper touch of tailoring. Indulging in thick, knitted robe de chambre and parading sumptuous brocade tuxedo jackets.
Etro for the presentation of its 50th anniversary men’s collection — presented at the cavernous Palazzo del Ghiaccio, the ice-skating rink in Milan — recruited the help of local auction houses to re-create the home of a dandy without the walls, with all of the items up for sale.
The deepening, immersive relationship between man and nature is a cultural and creative trend which has served as their inspiration for Autumn/Winter 2018. The latest collection balances the rugged textures and colours of the natural world with the clean lines of modern design to create a unique and well considered collection for the new season.
American designer Thom Browne presented his Fall/Winter 2018 collection at Paris Fashion Week Men’s. Always one for theatrics, Browne transformed the catwalk into a winter wonderland complete with mounds of fake snow and birch trees.