American Menswear and Lifestyle blogger and influencer who attended our Spring Summer 2019 collection presentation in a head-to-toe Canali outfit. The following is an exclusive interview with him about summer trends and travel tips.
Equilibrium to me means finding balance within. To be able to take and handle whatever life gives you. Dynamism means having energy and strength to deliver my best! Steadiness is being able to be stay on the right path. We get side tracked so much in life, steadiness allows us to focus. Inspiration: having hope!
Heritage is important because it has a root. You can trace it back to the beginning and see the fundamentals of how something began. It’s also important, because heritage shows that you’ve grown and learned to be where you are now. It tells a story.
My definition of casual is very different from most guys. For me, it’s feeling comfortable and stylish on the easiest of days. Rather in trousers or denim, it’s worn on days to escape the stress of ''work''. The difference between formal and casual is structure. Casual can be more relaxed, laid back, while formal is structured and well put together.
When a new season begins I always change up my wardrobe with color. I pretty much wear the similar styles of articles, however you’ll find me adding color to change up my outfits. This SS, you’ll find me adding more florals and bolder colors. I also want to dab into sporty formals looks, where I pair sneakers with trousers.
My absolute must for packing a trip is a light weight suit, sneakers and hair product. Lol. With this three things I can look my best, and not get tired if I need to walk.
Packing is honestly something I’m not fond of. Lol.. my wife recently bought me travel cubes where I put my clothes in according to outfit. It’s helped to organize my looks and create more space....for more clothes!!!
1. Give yourself time to rest on the first day. I always feel my best after I take one day off after being on a plane 10+hours. 2. Wear clothing that suits the season, but also think about how long you’ll be out each day. If traveling for leisure, days can get extremely long and tiresome. I would suggest dressing in a way that can carry you from day to night.
I pick my outfits in the morning depending on how i feel and where I’m going. 9/10 times, I’m going to be more dressed up then the norm, but that’s how I feel comfortable. I treat my accessories the same way, but I do consider the activities of my day. So, you won’t find me wearing brogues on days when I’m walking 5+ miles or shopping all day.