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Ermanno Scervino Man


A play of unusual combinations and contrasts applied to the shapes, materials and colors. Perfectly ironed tailored slim-fitting jacketsare combined with trousers made of textured fabrics with a worn-in look, characterized by special washes, or by low-waisted cargo styles in garment-dyed canvas.

Jackets in technical fabric with a crumpled organza finish are paired with tailored chinos. The reversible concept for jackets is developed using technical fabrics either in cotton/linen in shades of blue or in mat-weave cotton/ramie blend in natural shades.

The Scervino man plays with the concept of the suit, by which the shirt – in chambray or stretch Oxford – plays the role of jacket and is matched with pants in the same fabric. The biker-style jacket is made of raw linen knitted in linen stitch; the trench coats and military blazers in dyed canvas.

The crumpled and ironed contrasts re-emerge in the shirts range, showcasing prints, embroideries and embellished by buttons with aged-silver finish and mother-of-pearl snap buttons. Made in light muslin, micro-stripe stretch cotton, or in linen chambray in a mixture of plain powder-blue tones, striped or with chequered designs, enhanced by darn-style embroideries.

The new short sleeved knits come in mohair with a double-plait effect in jersey, with a light weft in shades of aqua green, powder blue and flesh, or made of cashmere in natural shades of sand. The knitwear is made of ultra light, almost impalpable yarns such as linens and silks, which mould themselves to the body; alternatively in chunkier yarns, knitted in micro moss stitch for the linen-steel, in irregular cables for the raw linen, and in fabric stitch for the cotton.

Accessories: The shoes, laced-up English style, two-tone in nappa – white/black, white/brown and white/blue – or in single-shade split leather in the brightest colors, are subjected to a special wash treatment to obtain a slight melding of the colors. Two-tone stretch straw hats, work bags and micro-boule chain bracelets round off the collection.

Colors: Blue shades steal the limelight: from sugar bag blue to the pale blue of washed-out jeans through to midnight blue, which we also find matched with military green. Another important role is played by natural shades such as white, off-white and sand, combined with softer variants, sometimes vintage such as aqua green, powder blue and flesh.


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Sat, September 15 2012 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Burberry Prorsum Man Caban



MODELS:Trench, Tailored garments and tuxedos, Bomber, Field jacket, Parka, Caban, 5-Pocket denim.

FABRICS:Cotton canvas, Metallic Knitting, Metallic leather, Metallic silks, Summer satin silks , Artistic prints, Seersucker (crisp blue and white stripped canvas), Summer Tweed, Short hair mohair, Waterproof nylon.

COLOURS:Trench, Khaki, Grey, Stone, Black ink, Blu ultramarine, Brown, Bottle green, Metallic Green, Metallic Petrol Blue, Metallic Purple, Metallic Fuchsia, Pink Metallic Pink, Metallic Burgundy, Yellow Metallic, Yellow, Metallic Orange.


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Thu, September 13 2012 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


John Varvatos Man
The silhouette is precise, but smoothed around the edges. Double-breasted jackets are paired with full or slightly flared pants, drawing a masculine, sensual line.

There is an appreciation of all the little details that are integral to the ritual of dressing up: waistcoats are worn under suits and coats as a defining layer; shirt collars closed with tie bars are invariably paired with a necktie; straw hats with a wide brim complete most outfits.

Masculine patterns in graphic black & white create a light crinkle: stripes of different width and small textural dots add a layer of visual friction.

The alternation and amalgamation of ease and elegance, day and night is a constant shifting of codes: tuxedo bands, done in cotton, land on day trousers; a zipper rims the waistband of a pair of dress pants; black jackets sport white lapels; satin ribbons replace buttons and hooks on a coat. Double-breasted and cutaway create elegant lines in movement.

The colour palette is classic, with unexpected accents: white, military green, grey, black, touches of red. Fabrics are precious, yet deliberately rough and intensely tactile: linen, cotton, cotton-metal, silk-linen, double jersey.

Accessories include straw hats with a satin band, lace-up brogues in canvas and hand-treated leather, wingtips, varnished canvas boots. Bags add an urban twist: leather totes with studded details, canvas and leather satchels, leather duffels with a linen effect.

A vision of elegance that is roughly perfect and classically imperfect. John Varvatos’ signature rock n’ roll is still there: it is an attitude.


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Thu, September 13 2012 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Costume National Homme SS 2013

Ennio Capasa, designer:

“The essence of CoSTUME NATIONAL HOMME for the Summer 2013 lies in the new wave and post punk movement which, to date, is still full of vitality and one of my main sources of inspiration.

As the soundtrack for this runway show, I chose a brand new song by Angus Stone, one from The Liars, and a fragment of David Bowie’s African Night Flight, inspired by a trip he made from London to Mombasa.

The CoSTUME NATIONAL HOMME man moves in a lightweight black leather sahariana, or in a super tailored, seamless lazer cut suit in cotton silk. This is how the rebel chic attitude is at once conveyed, and the story that I tell and that tells me, inevitably unfolds.”


Fabrics and Leather: tradition and innovation, linen viscose and silk mixed with synthetic fiber and metal. Acetate and nylon, japanese polyester with fine titles. Exclusive designs on rustic fabrics, tone on tone prince of wales check and chevron stripes. Double ply cottons and shirt fabrics that resemble jacket fabrics.

Colors: white, stone, alabaster, lapis, navy, carbon and black.

Jackets: mix of silhouettes, sartorial and unstructured with loose fit shoulders. Mini and maxi bomber jackets, bomber jackets that turn into bags combined with super slim safari jackets. Studded leather and wool viscose, stretch cotton and viscose.

Shirt and Knits: knitwear mixed with nylon and polyester, knit and poplin shirts combined with technical fabrics.

Pants: in two different fits, oversize pleated and slim, double face shorts, oversized shorts that turn into bags.

Shoes: unstructured with pouch construction. Short shapes that mold to the foot, super soft and ultra flat. Unlined edge cutgrain leather, maxi zip detail. Gladiator sandals with San Crispino technique, desert boots and slippers, zipped derby.

Bags and accessories: soft unstructured document holders and pochettes in edge cut deer leather. Mazi zips and metal eyelets also on calf belts. I-Pad holders in hammered metal, oversized duffel bags with integrated handle that turn into maxi shopping bags. Metal sunglasses with black length.

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Thu, July 26 2012 » Fashion Blog » No Comments


Ermenegildo Zegna © Copyright 2012


Longing for Couture in the Spring Summer Ermenegildo Zegna collection.

The rigor of traditional Italian tailoring opens the sophisticated possibility of an eclecticism that is almost eccentric in the choice of new fabric.The mirror of the atelier returns to being an essential counterpart. With it a continuous dialogue is established, with looks that alternate between control and aesthetic reinsurance.

Now the silhouette is defined, jackets with shoulders moderately sunken, raised waist and wide lapels, all in favor of a slender figure that comes complete with high-waisted pants with the fold stitched. A construction with no uncertainties, but comfortable – which has the power to give to every man elegant allure – supported by the wide choice of fabrics which stands out among the proposed summer project Zegna Silk.

The wardrobe is that of a confident grown man and that knows the value of well-made clothes but wants to enjoy amiable eccentricities, such as all-over prints to a tropical inspiration to peep into details here and there with shirts, linings, accessories.
Colors range from classic ivory and blue, gray clouds, many shades of tobacco, teal and red.

The fabrics make the difference in full-bodied formal and cocktail suits and coats in silk taffeta, silk dubbed with perforated and laser effects iridescent shantung. The luxury alternative, a solid Irish linen. It’s a reinterpretation of the classics that draw on the feminine textures reinterpreted with the unstoppable ability to experiment with Zegna, extending up to the shirts, the most seductive in soft silk printed vintage, yarn and knitted silk and twisted mouliné.

The summer, with its dilated time, will be elegantly experienced with garments that draw on even more sporting and result in the couture blouson setting, reefer jackets and tassels made of Illusion, dubbed cottons, technical silks. Accessories are the key to this impeccable look. One cannot go wrong wearing loafers with Heritage tassels and flexible loafers in soft leather lining and – most stunning – silk patterned small banana leaves.

The bags recapture the poise, they are geometric and are inspired by luggage of the past in the details of handles, corners and rivets.
Ties in knit and silk twill and printed scarves, with a little cache, will be the final touch.
The mirror approves.

Ermenegildo Zegna Man
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