June 28,2013
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Tod’s Sartorial Touch

Sartorial Touch is an expression that tells the Tod’s craftsmanship…

 

   
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Savor a range of authentic preparations from the kitchens of Royalty in Rajasthan at Zune/Hilton Janakpuri, the Indian specialty restaurant. Explore the robust essence of this historic state of Rajputs and Marwaris with live music.

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Sartorial Touch is an expression that tells the Tod’s craftsmanship and its technique of colouring leather comes from many little secrets, which is treated as the best leathers in the world with love and extraordinary skill.

To distinguish this exclusive and unique result, all products created using this hand-made technique will be branded “J.P. Tod’s” a name that dates back to the origins of the brand.

The sartorial floor of palazzo Tod’s Via Della Spiga- Milan is a special and innovative space, dedicated to men who love quality and unique craftsmanship.

The warm and cosy atmosphere is reminiscent of an exclusive and modern club to enjoy exquisite whisky blends in total relaxation. This captivating space is lined in natural leather, national nut-tree, and steel, defined by its very masculine signature and design.

The entire space successfully reflects Tod’s refined elegance and is enriched by the addition of vintage items and of contemporary art furniture: a collection of memorabilia which embraces the guest in an exclusive and sartorial atmosphere.

With its men’s Spring-Summer 2014 collection in Villa Necchi – Milan,Tod’s Mocassin in Nabuk leather with a Turquoise rubber sole and The Double Stripe bag collection sees the addition of new color combinations: White and Orange or White and Turquoise with a flash fruit monotone color version highlights the craftsmanship and high quality of the brand.

 


June 27,2013
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The shadows fade, making way for the explosion of light and colour of the Canali Spring Summer 2014 collection designed for a multi-faceted man of the world like Jean Cocteau who loves to surprise with irony and to rewrite the rules with playful but impeccable personal style.

He is a modern man, who astounds with his consummate sense of humour. Alongside pinstripe suits, cotton gauze shirts and trousers with overlapping dot designs, he confidently wears Toile de Jouy fabric jackets, waists emphasized by thin crocodile belts and trousers featuring seductive mermaid decorations entwined with the Canali signature monogram.

The collection plays not only with prints but also with colours, in the form of unique, exclusively designed fabrics which challenge classic masculine colour tones. From the powdery, almost chalky shades of honey, otter and grey, switches to deeper shades of royal blue and dark red. 

Bags in deerskin or decorated with the signature Canali texture, pure silk pocket squares and tie pins worn under jacket breast pockets or on lapels represent decorative jewels that enrich finely tailored suits and reach beyond the tenets of classicism with mastery and refinement.
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Conjugating contradictions is the challenge undertaken by the Ermenegildo Zegna Group and Stefano Pilati for their first runway collection at Milan.

The traditional manual tailoring statute of the brand is poetically translated into an original pièce that took the inspiration by the sound of the machines within the group’s production sites, which has been composed and performed by pianist Maxence Cyrin to intersperse the contemporary rhythm of techno-industrial music by Klas Åhlund, in tune with images shot and edited by director Johan Söderberg for the video background of the Ermenegildo Zegna Fashion show.

Pilati’s concept for his first collaboration with the Zegna Group is clear: the collection is part of an interactive script; its aesthetic told through video and audio suggestions. Tailoring and chromatic gestures are the key elements of a fashion show championing the opening of an on-site installation scheduled to last the duration of men’s fashion week.

An action of the Zegna Group in support of the city of Milan to stimulate the interaction between experts in the fashion industry and new consumers of the system.

 

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The first Diane von Furstenberg accessories shop opened last week in the gallery space of DVF headquarters at 440 West 14th Street in Manhattan. Located just steps away from the High Line in the Meatpacking District, the accessories shop windows are decorated with fluorescent lips — a DVF signature — and mannequins wearing different iterations of the iconic wrap dress. Lipstick lips are also used on the walls like wallpaper. There’s pink carpeting and a heart-shaped pouf covered in a black-and white print.

 “Accessories are really important to the company and this is the first shop we have dedicated to only accessories,” said Diane von Furstenberg. “We thought it was a great way to highlight our favorite styles…and to celebrate summer.” 
 

June 26,2013
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There’s nothing like a tall glass of something cold when the temperatures begin to rise with an array of healthy summer coolers like Green Apple Sour -Granny smith Apple, Fresh apples coulee, Lime, Tropical Mojito Muddled, Kaffir Lime, Mint, Lime & Sparkling Water and more…

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The Spring Summer 2014 Collection takes Gucci’s respect for tradition and devotion to innovation to an extreme with research on materials and new shapes. High-tech solutions give suits an unexpected look and turn active sportswear into a luxurious, sophisticated style. The Gucci man’s romantic soul and instinctive spontaneity bring the collection to life with floral-inspired prints, across a variety of designs and pairings. This season sees a progression of Gucci’s duality – the coalescence of a formal man, loyal to a classic sartorial tradition.

The riding pants, from Gucci’s equestrian tradition, takes on a new look for the collection’s fil rouge. Monochrome or printed, featuring suede or leather contrast inserts, with functional details that become esthetic. From the sartorial silhouette, the three-piece suit meets modern materials including techno-stretch jersey and nylon cotton.

Blue with accents of bordeaux. Icy white from head to toe or interspersed with new neutrals such as beige or grey. Military green with a flash of yellow. Coral. Prints, referencing Gucci’s iconic floral patterns, tinge pants, t-shirts, suits, and outerwear