Italian brands such as Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Giorgio Armani are keen to bringing the best of the luxury kinds to the high class fashion clients. Enriched heritage in sophistication and history, Italian men’s fashion styles live long in their understanding of garments, and their appreciations on sharp looks. Spring/Summer 2014, GQ Italia in February is presenting a vivid fashionable lifestyle looks of their richnesses in shapes and details, to emphasise a luxury high class taste of Italian sophistication.
An overall sartorial suiting style is introduced via different approaches such as double or single breasted suits, striped, Prince of Wales checked, as the main fashion elements for Spring/Summer 2014 season. They are styled with a great fit and left no extra tolerance on baggy looks. Also, the sharpness of these suits is fascinating, and clearly contributes to the overall proportion of wearers. In addition, a waistcoat is highly recommended these last few seasons, to finalise the heritage suiting formal looks.
Dressing smartly is the key to the shape, but a lack of understanding in accessories is always dragging down the overall expensive and sophisticated look of an Italian appreciation on gentlemen dressing. Therefore, ties, pocket squares, tie, clips, watches, cufflinks, glasses, haircut and grooming, and every single detail of it, they really seriously matter.
Publication: GQ Italia
Model: Sebastian Sauvé,
Photographer: Cristiano Miretti
Brands: Dolce & Gabbana, Ralph Lauren, Corneliani, Tag Heuer, Burberry, Brunello Cucinelli, Antony Morato, Trussardi, Brioni, Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Berluti, Cartier, Prada, Silvio Fiorello, Louis Vuitton, Bell & Ross, Bulgari, Hackett London, Dsquared2, Nara Camicie, Hermès, Paul Smith