Buongiorno!Oggi condivido un look che rappresenta pienamente il mio stile: classico e mai troppo impostato.Una calda giacca in tweed abbinata ad un maglione in shetland che riprende il verde del check, tutto Polo Ralph Lauren.Questo outfit anticipa un progetto con il brand americano che partirà nei prossimi giorni: nessun indizio per ora, avremo modo di parlarne nei prossimi post.

Buon inizio di settimana,


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- Jacket, Sweater, Shirt, Belt Polo Ralph Lauren

- Fabi shoes


  1. Love your look in Ralph–and I’m sure the business association will be lucrative for you. But it’s not the fashion forward Italian manufacturer’s who we’ve come to rely on you to promote . Hope you don’t loose that European perspective. It’ s what has made you so popular–looks of fine Italian heritage that you’ve made you own with special pairing and combinations. You will have to be careful to make Polo your own, and just not another of the many easily recognizable ads for their brand.

  2. I love the colours, the fabrics, textures and the glasses. Although you espouse a certain proportion in your work, I think this is where that theory of proportion runs into trouble. When a jacket — this one is on the short side I think — is buttoned and we see the low riding trousers sitting far below the waist, we are treated to a rather large expanse of sweater/tummy from below the button to the top of the trousers. Ok, it is the look of the times; the fit of trousers at the moment. I think this looks great until you button the jacket, but once the button is fastened to my eye it screams, “long body, short legs”. I find a good looking man with short legs/long body unattractive, and wonder why anyone would want to accentuate this type of body proportion?

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