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It’s often the details that make the difference – they represent your personality and define your style, making your wedding look an unforgettable one.
Impeccabile: water and stain resistant, wrinkle free clothes designed for modern travelers
Transitional seasons signal the arrival of unpredictable weather and sudden changes in temperature, turning simple wardrobe choices into daily dilemmas, especially when traveling. Our selection of sophisticated and versatile pieces allows you to master the art of layering.
The three-piece suit is a story that has been told and retold throughout the years and is a tale that never really gets old. This iconic ensemble represents the past, present and future of men’s fashion, making it a truly versatile addition to any wardrobe.
A well-placed pattern can add an interesting touch to the season’s essentials and pairing more than one (in the right way) will create unique ensembles that won’t go unnoticed. In this look, checks and stripes come together in an elegant and effortless way; the Kei jacket with three-tone micro-checks is paired with a similarly colored striped scarf that takes on the same nuances as the tie, resulting in a bold and balanced optical effect.
The weather lately has been as unpredictable as ever, calling for agility and versatility in wardrobe decision making. Certain key pieces, though, can be seamlessly integrated into a number of different looks, making them essentials for any wardrobe. Here are our Winter must-haves for layering perfection...
The chalk stripe, meant to mimic a tailor’s markings, is an understated and softer version of its pinstripe kin, thus making for a slightly more casual effect when it comes to men’s suiting and counts James Bond amongst its most famous proponents. In this wool flannel ensemble from our Fall Winter collection, burgundy, purple and light gray stripes alternate in a unique optical effect that proves sophisticated both from close up and afar.
Snow-covered summits, frost and frozen lakes: in the Winter, everything is covered in a glacial white that is both fresh and stinging at the same time. White is the sum of all colors with a dual nature that balances energy and romanticism and for us, envelops an immaculate coat.