florence. TOMBOLINI ZERO GRAVITY
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Quanto pesa la leggerezza?
During Pitt a leader company of entirely Made in Italy clothing like Tombolini invited me to discover the innovative Zero Gravity project for SS2013.
This new collection combines the features of the world of tailoring to the comcept of lightness (only about 400 grams for jacket+pants).
These suits, made by fabric and thread only, don’t spoil and can be easily folded and wrinkled.
I couldn’t resist trying on a Zero Gravity jacket immediately feeling as I was wearing only a super fresh and light veil.
Fiorella Tombolini with her son Silvio, the second and third generation company founded in 1964 by the genius of Eugenio Tombolini, were my nicest guides to the discovery of the Tombolini world.
My next summer will be about Zero Gravity pieces only. And you? What do you think of this innovative project?
Have a good day
Filippo

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  1. La percezione è di un uomo un pò “imbastito”…
    che non sa come staccarsi dai soliti dettagli dandy (i polsini della giacca risvoltati, il fazzoletto di seta con monogramma… ecc)

  2. secondo me è un bel progetto e promuovo le cosiddette giacche zero gravity perchè anche durante l’estate si deve essere eleganti e queste giacche così leggere e comode sono ottime.

  3. Elegantissimo, come sempre! Peccato per la giacca grigia che non è della tua taglia 🙁
    Condivido il’obiettivo di Zero gravity. Soprattutto in estate, infatti, è importante la leggerezza degli abiti senza sacrificare l’eleganza.

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