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Canali believes that the needs of the modern city dweller require a refined aesthetic that does not come at the expense of comfort.
Not only is every Canali polo designed in a timeless fashion, it’s also created with the most premium fabric blends and rendered in intriguing colors.
Gone are the days of rigid silhouettes and thick, heavy fabrics. Unbelievably lightweight materials make suiting up during the summer season far more enjoyable.
Whether it is for a weekend away or a trip around the world, summer brings a fascination with escape, relaxation and self-discovery - feelings to bear in mind when packing your favorite clothes and accessories.
Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, one of the best strategies for getting in and out of the airport quickly and efficiently – especially given the state of security lines nowadays – is traveling with just a carry-on suitcase. All you really need are a few elegant essentials that will allow you to create a number of different ensembles to get you through your itinerary in style.
Wallet, earphones, mobile, keys, business cards, plane tickets: there are only so many things one can carry around without taking along a briefcase or bag. This is why we’ve designed a blazer that can comfortably contain everything you need from morning to night. Our multi-pocket style, made from a soft and lightweight linen-cotton jersey fabric, features 11 different pockets, created specifically for the numerous items that one might need when on the go.
There comes a point when, suddenly, the air has a clean, crisp note to it. It is filled with promise and opportunity; a desire to start things anew, or perhaps just to renew. This is the perfect moment to ensure that you have all of the building blocks for a Fall-ready wardrobe: the suit, the shirt, the shoe, the outerwear.
The leather jacket has made the rounds in the history of fashion, initially gaining traction in the early 1900s thanks to the common use of brown leather flight jackets by aviators and military personnel, thus leading to the popularization of the “bomber” although at the time their principal purpose was keeping pilots warm.