Corneliani

26 Jun 19
Shehari Safarnama

by Kanak Astha UB  City  has “The  Collection” On Vittal Mallaya Road, A Luxurious Destination. High  Venetian  Palazzo touching  Bengaluru Skies. Clustered  with high-end  brands, beverages  and fries.

24 Jun 19
Press Release 24X7

Men’s Suits Market Research: According to Planet Market Reports, the Global Mens Suits Market is estimated to reach xxx million USD in 2019 and projected to grow at the CAGR of xx% during the 2020-2025. The report analyses the global Mens Suits market, the market size and growth, as well as the major market participants. […]

17 Jun 19
WWD

Fendi, Versace, Marni, Etro and Zegna were among the collections that stood out for retailers.

17 Jun 19
Skinny VS Curvy

Adriano Giannini covers Esquire Italia June 2019 by Lorenzo Bringheli Published on 17/06/201914/06/2019 in Cover by Maximilian Captured by photographer Lorenzo Bringheli, Italian actor Adriano Giannini wears a Dior Men suit and Cartier watch on the June 2019 cover of Esquire Italia. In the cover story, stylist Fabrizio Finizza chooses for ‘’Swept Away’’ star outfits […]

12 Jun 19
Freya

CORNELIANI New Man Gray Single Breasted Trench Raincoat Jacket Size 50 it $1077 – Buy – CORNELIANI New Man Gray Single Breasted Trench Raincoat Jacket Size 50 it $1077

07 Jun 19
Fashion

Wapmaxi Time To Change 2015Canali/Corneliani Suits at typical retail stores? Suggestions? Hey there, I am looking to purchase my first higher-end suit. I’m looking at Canali and Corneliani and would prefer to purchase at larger retail stores (ie Nordstrom, Saks, Bloomingdales, Neiman) because they are reliable and have a fair return policy. I don’t want […]

04 Jun 19
Robb Report

From Loro Piana to John Lobb, these brands stand out for all the right reasons.

17 May 19
Skinny VS Curvy

Taron Egerton covers Flaunt Magazine Issue 165 by Max Montgomery 2 days ago in Cover by Maximilian Photographer Max Montgomery captured ‘’Must Be The Clouds in His Eyes’’, the cover story of Flaunt Magazine Issue 165 starring Welsh actor Taron Egerton. In charge of styling was Gareth Scourfield, who for the session selected looks from […]

16 May 19
Robb Report UK
I got into clothes young. Just after I turned 13, my parents took me to see a Rat Pack tribute show in London, and it had a profound effect on me. I fell in love with the music, but also with the performers’ style: their polish and panache—and their suits. Throughout my teens and well into college, as I started to wear tailored jackets and suits, I reinterpreted “jazzy” clothing. It didn’t matter that the Rat Pack’s or Miles Davis’s or even Cab Calloway’s style was actually quite restrained; I took the energy of their music and tried to translate it through my wardrobe choices. The result? If you’d walked past me then, you couldn’t help but look. I lived in loud three-piece suits, contrasting white-collar-and-cuff shirts, bold prints and waistcoats bearing shiny pocket watches. It was costume more than style, and if there was a way to make my outfit busier or bolder, I’d do it. Thankfully, the work of designers, tailors and stylish role models gradually impressed upon me the value of understatement. It took years to get out of shouty mode and into a fundamentally more sophisticated place. Working at a men’s style magazine, where the staff took the business of “rakish” menswear very seriously, helped. Then I joined a more down-to-earth lifestyle magazine, where the editor wore jeans and a sweater, rather than a power suit and tie. The final push came from reentering the dating scene and realising my eight-button, double-breasted navy blazer with gold crested buttons, club stripe tie and beige twill trousers (think: 23-year-old Prince Charles) probably wasn’t going to turn women’s heads for the right reasons. I toned things down. I studied what well-dressed men wear in the real world as much as I kept an eye on the catwalks. It feels like tonal menswear carries the sort of understated elegance that I want to convey. Whether that’s a chocolate brown sport coat paired with a camel turtleneck, or an air-force blue suede bomber dressed with an indigo button-down shirt and navy chinos, those close colour combos and softly textured fabrics now please me as much as waistcoats and tiepins ever did. I’d go so far as to say that brash prints and patterns have never looked more passé. Giorgio Armani Summer essentials. Giorgio Armani For evidence, see what Ralph Lauren and Corneliani are doing now, or Armani and Brunello Cucinelli. Special mention should also go to the Swedish brand Saman Amel, whose harmonious approach to men’s tailoring is a breath of fresh air. Look them up on Instagram. Dressing from head to toe in one hue might sound heavy-handed—but it’s important to remember that you’re not really in one colour—you are working with different shades from one palette. A tone-on-tone ensemble can take you anywhere, from a business meeting in a charcoal fresco suit, gray checked shirt and silver knitted tie, to the beach in a taupe cotton polo and beige linen shorts. It’s simple to implement, and it’s the sort of clever wardrobe tweak that will have people looking at you with a raised eyebrow as they say: “You look great, have you changed your hair?” Trust me—it works: I met my current girlfriend a year and a half ago, and she was smitten not because I was wearing a shouty tweed jacket, but because I turned up at a party in a cream roll-neck, fawn flannels and a rust-brown corduroy overshirt. She likes to remind me that it was the first all-brown outfit she’d seen on a guy that she actually found palatable. So back to practicality: Navy works for pretty much everyone, year round. Mix some air-force-blue or steel-blue knitwear into your wardrobe to layer under a navy suit or suede jacket. And if you feel comfortable in earthy shades, experiment with neutral cotton trousers and an off-white sweater. It isn’t complicated, which makes it appealing for almost every man—even for me, in recovery from an excess of pattern. It turns out that simplicity does have a place in my wardrobe, after all.
15 May 19
Skinny VS Curvy

Taron Egerton by Max Montgomery for Flaunt Magazine Issue 165 52 mins ago in Editorial by Maximilian Photographer Max Montgomery captured ‘’Must Be The Clouds in His Eyes’’ story for Flaunt Magazine Issue 165 starring Welsh actor Taron Egerton. In charge of styling was Gareth Scourfield, who for the session selected looks from the likes […]

13 May 19
INFASHIONITY

We can’t wait for summer to be in full bloom.

11 May 19
Robb Report

Brown on brown on brown can actually work—it’s all about the nuance of shades.