Spring is on the horizon and it’s action-packed with a new collection of toy boys in strong graphics and fearlessly bold colors. Blocked, splattered, dotted or striped- the toy boy charges up with Jil Sander’s neon jacquards and Burberry’s pantone rainbow.
He’s every girl’s dream man and he’s suited up for business. Stoic in his Dolce & Gabbana bow tie and Marni sunglasses, you’ll never see him waver. He’s a toy boy- king of the playground- and he’s winning our hearts.
The collections of Cavalier Bleu are entirely imagined and conceived in Paris. More than a choice, it is a philosophy: the will to perpetuate a know-how and a faultless quality, but also an incomparable genuiness and boldness.
It was in Paris, in 1858, that was held the first catwalk show in the world. A century and a half later, the city has kept alive its attraction and remains the unassailable bastion of fashion. Paris is rooted in a unique heritage with a great taste and an almost obsessive search of elegance. At the same time, there is a constant desire to shake up the borders, not to dwell in the past, but to bring a legacy and be future-oriented. The creation in Paris, is to will to transform the past into an idea of today’s chic, to be part of this era.
This state of mind is obviously due to the Parisien themselves. This is to distinguish themselves, to stand out, that they express an identity through clothing. They shape their daily allure, make sure to be elegant and refined for any occasion. They follow their instinct and dress with sophistication. The garment expresses their feelings and well-being, their audacity, freedom … It is the art of an apparent simplicity, but not a single detail is actually improvised.
As a tribute to the 80s, RON DORFF has created two t-shirts signed just like autographs used to be signed on record covers. ‘The Winner Takes It All’ and ‘Running Up That Hill’ are two “specially dedicated” t-shirts with references to the legendary ABBA and Kate Bush songs, that will inspire athletes to climb mountains
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Saint Laurent seeks to disrupt accepted sartorial standards, and this slim-fitting blazer comes with peaked leather lapels for a rakish twist. The Parisian label never compromises when it comes to quality and this piece has been tailored in Italy using pure virgin wool to ensure an effortless finish.
This is the third LUISAVIAROMA look styled by me with the theme of Ethno-Morphic. These photos are from the gorgeous hotel we stayed at, the Grand Hotel Villa Cora. This is one of my favourite outfits, simple and elegant! Here is look one and two if you missed it.
Hope you gentlemen like it. You can shop all pieces above online from LuisaViaRoma.com
A dark velvet blazer is always an elegant option for the evening. The velvet blazer is just as versatile as a standard equivalent, meaning it shouldn’t be confined to the party season or the boardroom but should be let out to play on the weekends and on nights out too.
Whether it’s for a day in the office, a black tie event or the festive party season, the velvet blazer should always be given due consideration. It looks just as good when worn with the full sartorial effort as with a pair of jeans.
Crafted in chestnut-brown leather with Bottega Veneta’s signature intrecciato detailing and finished with gunmetal hardware, this briefcase’s exquisite charm is made plain. Complete with an optional shoulder strap and separate compartments, it’s a fine example of the label’s Italian craftsmanship.
Last weekend, I decided that I needed a little change and for that I traveled back to my hometown. I was back in nature and I had the time to meet my family. As always I paid a visit to my grandmother and of course she was creating something. She was making an embroidery. It was so amazing and the beading was exquisite. But now I am back in the city, ready for new adventures. I was searching the web earlier today for some accessories for me, when I found Dutch Design Beads. Their motto is “Bead the ordinary” and it reminded me of my grandma, so I decided that I should give it a look.