giacca burberry in PIED DE POULE BURBERRY
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Una bella giacca vintage ha sempre un sapore speciale, capace di rendere un outfit semplicemente unico. E’ una Buberry proveniente dall’armadio di mio nonno che ho fatto risistemare insieme a quella vi ho mostrato qualche settimana fa qui sul blog. Mi piace particolarmente la fantasia Pied de poule, pattern che richiama la “zampa di gallina” sia per uomo che per donna in tutte le variante di dimensione e di colore (iconica rimane però l’accoppiata di bianco/nero).
Sapete dirmi quale stilista l’ha portato per primo in passerella?
  • Burberry vintage Jacket,
  • Olga Milano tailor made Shirt,
  • gb8 cashmere tie,
  • Tommy Hilfiger
  • Penny Loafers,
  • Hermès Kelly Depeche Briefecase


  1. Cosa ne pensi di quello che ha scritto l’altro giorno Giusi Ferrè?
    Io ho commentato e mi ha risposto, ma la sua idea (purtroppo) resta quella.

  2. Filippo,
    Innanzitutto grazie per avermi risposto ieri.
    Sai esre sempre saggio e spesso molto diplomatico.

    Poi vorrei collegarmi al post della’anonimo delle 09:59 per dire un mio pensiero.
    Probabilmente non sono nemmeno i Fb ad essere in “lotta” tra loro, in competizione per avere il pezzo dal tale o l’altro stilista, per presentare per primo un abito o un accessorio. Ma sono i giornalisti ed i critici stessi a metterci del proprio per accrescere l’interesse del lettore e care lo “scoop”.

    Proprio a riguardo della’articolo citato, quello della Ferré, a me é sembrato effettivamente forzato.
    Troppi particolari e poco contenuto

  3. Love it! So classy. How can a briefcase be so perfect? Perfect shape, perfect color and perfect size.
    I don’t know who was the first designer who used the pied de poule pattern in the catwalk, who was him/her? I am sure it was someone french or italian… Maybe Balmain, or Yves Saint Laurent? =S I have no idea!

    http://bloobreyplace.blogspot.com

  4. Scusa Ilippo, non so perché il mio ipad non mi fa srivere piú di un certo numero di caratteri e si blocca quando devo fare correzioni.

    Ti saluto e mi firmo, che prima non ho potuto farlo

    baci
    Fabiano

  5. Hi Filippo

    Your grandfather’s closet contains treasures!
    In any case, with its prestigious brands and especially elegant materials, it’s the antechamber of a chic man.

    Anyway, your article pays tribute to the classics. Especially Yvi League’s classics style during the 50’s : club collar, knit tie, «pied de poule jacket » and of course Penny Loafers ! Nothing is missing … Except the collar pin ; a tradition that’s making a come-back thanks to Ralph Lauren. A great idea, because a collar pin is very chic and it can change an outfit. It’s a détail, but it can change everything.

    In fact, speaking of tradition, I note, your respect of it, by inserting a coin in your penny Loafers’ diamond cutout… A habit for students, in order to use a pay phone, while mobile phones didn’t exist. As the great Samsung Galaxy Nexus !

    I stop my comment here, because I understood that I was writing too.
    So to conclude : your article is a fine tribute to Yvi League’s style but, especially, to your grandfather. Indeed, these clothes out of his closet show us the example to follow.. The example of an élégant and a chic man, like your grandfather.

    Finally, a French quote : « La brute se couvre, le riche ou le sot se pare, l’homme élégant s’habille » Honoré de Balzac

    To answer your question : In my opinion, the first fashion designer has taken pied de poule on the catwalk is Christian Dior with his famous “white and black” pied de poule”.

    Have a good day :-)



    Big hug :-*



    (And don’t forget, every blessed day, make a big hug to those you love and tell them, you love them.


)

  6. Il pied-de-poule (o, italianizzando, pié de pul) piú che una fantasia é un vero e proprio tessuto, un intreccio che ha diritto e rovescio identici e risulta resistente ma elastico. Già Edoardo VII usava per la caccia giacche a pied de poule. In effetti, nasce come tessuto per capi sportivi, ed é solo nel ’71 che Saint Laurent lo reinterpretó in chiave moderna usandolo per indumenti d’ uso quotidiano. Sull’ onda del successo del pupillo di Dior, subito fioccarono le imitazioni, anche di maggior successo, come nel caso dei tailleur di Chanel.

    Spero di aver aiutato, Filippo B.

  7. Mi permetto di puntualizzare su quanto detto da Julien: fu Yves Saint Laurent a riproporre il pied de poule, quando dopo la morte di Dior nel ’57 fu chiamato a dirigere la maison. La collezione é effettivamente per l’ etichetta Dior, ma fu disegnata da Saint Laurent.

  8. @ First Anonymous :

    Probably, I don’t understand what you wrote, but if you say that Yves Saint Laurent is the first fashion designer has taken pied de poule on the catwalk, I disagree with you.

    In my opinion, me THE FIRST is really CHRISTIAN DIOR, certainly not Yves Saint Laurent. Indeed, Christian Dior created a woman suit with white and black pied de poule in 1938 when he worked for Robert Piguet (Yves Saint Laurent was only 2 years old). Moreover, this woman suit was the first Christian Dior’s best seller and made his success, a long time before Yves Saint Laurent became the fashion’s designer of Dior.

    Have a good day :-)



    Big hug :-*



    (And don’t forget, every blessed day, make a big hug to those you love and tell them, you love them.


)

  9. To the chagrin of those who don’t like my comments or find them too long, I realize that I still have something to say :

    It seems to me that you’ve changed your “haircut”. In any case the side of your hair line. Isn’t it?

    Big hug :-*

    (And don’t forget, every blessed day, make a big hug to those you love and tell them, you love them.


)

  10. Sorry but I don’t see my comment about Christian Dior.
    So I sent him a second time.

    @ Anonymous :

    Probably, I don’t understand what you wrote, but if you say that Yves Saint Laurent is the first fashion designer has taken pied de poule on the catwalk, I disagree with you.

    In my opinion, me THE FIRST is really CHRISTIAN DIOR, certainly not Yves Saint Laurent. Indeed, Christian Dior created a woman suit with white and black pied de poule in 1938 when he worked for Robert Piguet (Yves Saint Laurent was only 2 years old). Moreover, this woman suit was the first Christian Dior’s best seller and made his success, a long time before Yves Saint Laurent became the fashion’s designer of Dior.

    Big hug :-*

    (And don’t forget, every blessed day, make a big hug to those you love and tell them, you love them.


)

  11. “Anonymous said…
    Julien, on a ras la bol de tes considérations!”

    Julien replied:
    I’m still awaiting your arguments…
    One criticism without argument to explain or justify it, like yours, is synonymous of an intellectual poverty. For my part, I’ve not changed and I repeat you what I’ve already written… But you don’t seem to understand.

    J’aime beaucoup ce genre de commentaires parfaitement stériles !
    C’est sûr, il est plus simple de critiquer sans argumenter… Comme vous le faites.
    Je peux parfaitement comprendre que mes commentaires ne vous intéressent pas mais rien ne vous oblige à les lire. Je peux également comprendre que vous critiquiez ce que j’écris, vous êtes libre de le faire, mais dans ce cas prenez au moins la peine de me dire pourquoi ? Argumentez ! C’est une question de politesse et de courtoisie.

    Pour ma part, lorsque je donne mon avis (qu’il soit positif ou négatif) j’argumente toujours, ce qui permet à celui à qui le commentaire est destiné de comprendre la critique et le point de vue exposé. C’est une question d’éducation !
    J’estime que critiquer juste pour critiquer, sans y apporter un seul argument, n’a aucun intérêt et est synonyme de pauvreté intellectuelle.

    Pour finir, je pense que si Filippo n’appréciait pas ce que j’écris ou s’il était lassé de mes longs commentaires, il m’en aurait averti. Or, ce n’est pas le cas, pourtant nous communiquons assez régulièrement.

    À bon entendeur, salut !

  12. Julien, I DO like your comments. This is a blog about Fashion, and people who love fashion and visit this blog should not feel bothered or something because of your comments or any other people’s comments. Specially when the comments come from someone as expert and cultured like you… Don’t let anyone who comments as “Anonymous” here tell you what you can or cannot say! =)

    http://bloobreyplace.blogspot.com

  13. Merci pour ta culture en matiere de mode et de style Julien
    Ai appris plein de choses
    Thanks a lot Julien
    Because of you, I learn many things

  14. ciao Filippo, posso chiederti una cortesia? mi diresti la marca dei tuoi occhiali da sole che sono bellissimi? thanks
    Sei il mio mito!
    luigi

  15. il classico non è mai vintage, quella giacca è semmai neo-meravigliosa, che stile, che vestibilità. sei sempre più stiloso e adorabile. l.nono

  16. Il penny che sbuca dalle scarpe è un tocco di classe da vero signore. Anche se è solo una briciola rispetto a tutto il look, ti conferisce un’allure nobile, neoromantica e sublime.
    Complimenti Filippo!
    Enzo Bacci

  17. Noto che dallo stile tamarro sei passato ad un abbigliamento “amici della prostata”. Sei orribile in tutti e due i modi. Hai 24 anni, vestirti come tutti i tuoi coetanei, no?

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