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shibumi-berlin:

Benedikt, wearing our Burgundy Grenadine Tie and White/Burgundy Pocket Square
Remember, kids: always match your outfit to the wall you’re standing in front of.

shibumi-berlin:

Benedikt, wearing our Burgundy Grenadine Tie and White/Burgundy Pocket Square

Remember, kids: always match your outfit to the wall you’re standing in front of.

treviorum:

Alan See and a bit of sprezzatura..

treviorum:

Alan See and a bit of sprezzatura..

(Quelle: instagram.com, via agnelli-esque)

hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

hplyrikz:

Clear your mind here

(via sartorialdoctrine)

blazerandtie:

ginoabruzzo:

Jackett - SUITSUPPLY (Linen/Wool)
Trousers - NONAME (Linen)
Tie - CONRAD WU (Printed Grenadine)
Shirt - COTTONWORK
Pocket Square - PAUL ROSEN
Shoes - VASS

Pictures by www.hannesfriesenegger.com

Serial Killer

(via righteousmenswear)

shibumi-berlin:

The History of Paisley

Before the design arrived in contemporary menswear it had to take quite the long journey: originally from Persia, the motif became popular in India from where it was imported by British colonialists in the 17th century. Queen Victoria liked it so much she started a whole paisley trend.

The problem with the imported paisley cloth (used mainly for scarfs) was that it was very expensive nsive. So printers in Europe started copying the design locally, in Britain especially in and around the Scottish town Paisley; that’s where its modern name comes from.

At first, these prints were of low quality, not comparable to the richness of the originals, but the process was refined over time; today, the most traditional technique is to screen print on silk, wool and various mixtures.

This is also the technique we use for our pocket squares and ties. In our upcoming fall/winter collection, we will have a nice assortment of pocket squares, ties and scarfs in various paisley patterns: rich browns and blues on cream wool; real ancient madder ties in glorious blues and reds; warm brown on gold for scarfs.

www.shibumi-berlin.com

thearmoury:

This is a most exciting moment for us. Antonio Liverano has been something of the menswear grandaddy for us at The Armoury and we felt it was important to capture his world for the sake of posterity.

Together with Gianluca Migliarotti, director of O’Mast, we produced a documentary about one of our favourite people in the world, Antonio Liverano.

Film website at www.icoloridiantonio.com

(via legrimod)

treviorum:

Simone Righi.

treviorum:

Simone Righi.

(Quelle: k15h13, via finamoria)