While in Milan I make it a point to visit show rooms to discover new brands and or re-establish relationships with older brands. My last visit to Milan was no different, in fact I ended up looking at more collections than usual.
Let’s talk Denis Frison.
Right off the bat this collection seemed to be more about ‘a feel’ than ‘a look’. This was not about mixing the old with the new, nor was it about new technology, instead it was about a ‘comfortable feel for the man of style’. What stood out was the choice of colors, and what the clothes evoked - the collection leaves room for the wearer’s interpretation without dictating a look. In short the collection was about possibilities - your possibility to pick and choose pieces that easily work with what you may already have.
Without question you’ll find statement pieces, add the collaboration with Trickers for the shoes and you have a collection to keep on your radar.
Looking forward to learning more about this brand.
Coolin’, anything but the expected.
First featured on GQ Japan.jp.
Filippo Matera, Lino Ieluzzi, Riccardo Vigano
While traveling opens the door to possibilities, we often forget that gems can be found right around the corner. World, I introduce to you Brooklyn. One of those ‘must have pieces’ on your radar if you wear a suit, lapel pins - By Elias. (click link)
More to come on this brand.
Dress the Lapel…with style.