Lightness and elegance are often difficult to achieve in the same look though with the invention of the seersucker fabric, it became a lot easier. Seersucker is made by slack-tension weave, which gives the material its puckered appearance. The fabric is thus slightly detached from the skin, rendering it breathable and light.
Creativity, innovation, craftsmanship: Salone del Mobile, the annual furniture fair in Italy, is an emblem of these values that are inherent to the identity of Canali. This fair is one of the most exciting moments of the year for those who are passionate about interior design and creativity in general and a truly unique context within which to experience Milan.
There’s nothing quite like the peace and quiet of waking up in a lodge or a chalet – Winter vacations and weekends dedicated to skiing or simply taking a moment to unwind. The crisp air is just what the doctor ordered and we’re already packing our bags. Whether you’re heading to the Rockies for an exclusive getaway in Aspen or a European holiday in the Alps, here is a list of our essentials.
The houndstooth motif debuted in the 1930s, quickly becoming a symbol of luxury and elegance thanks to its sophisticated and precise aesthetic. In the 1960s, the emergence of the Op Art movement catapulted the pattern into fashion collections around the world and since then, it has remained a mainstay of menswear, presented each season in new forms and colors.
Accessories are meant to be elegant and effortless, especially in the Winter for the man on the go. This season, we’ve created a selection of ultra-soft pure cashmere scarves that wrap elegantly around your neck for an impeccable aesthetic.
A chill in the air, the first hint of snow, holiday decorations along every street: Winter is upon us and we are pulling out our warmer, softer outerwear to face the cold.
Every year, on December 7th – the feast of the city’s patron St. Ambrose – locals and visitors gather to inaugurate the opera season in a flurry of fanfare and celebration. Soon, the foyer of the centuries-old La Scala will be filled with long gowns and tuxedos – we suggest going for a “variation on the theme”: a gray flannel Taormina version with a silk shawl lapel and piping in the front. Wear over a crisp white shirt with pleating, eye-catching cufflinks and the ever-classic black silk bow tie. As for the shoes, a pair of black velvet evening loafers will make for the perfect finishing touch.