Browsing All posts tagged under »Ermenegildo Zegna«

Men’s Style Tip: A Menswear 2012 Visual Guide to The Perfect Fit

January 24, 2012


I don’t know what is it with most men and their dress sense- perhaps it’s a historical artifact to an age where mothers dressed their little boys in large outfits because “Junior outgrows his shirts too quickly”; perhaps it’s the male penchant to disregard form (an irony) and embrace function wholeheartedly in mistaken belief that […]

Land of Rising Style: Tomorrowland Spring Summer 2011

May 3, 2011


Tomorrowland Co. Ltd is a brand close to my heart. Slightly older than I am, I’ve been tracking their collections since I first heard of them in Spring 2009. Starting with women’s wear in 1978, Tomorrowland has proven their designer chops with their trendspotting precision showcased in each subsequent men’s collection. Admittedly, Tomorrowland’s sartorial leanings […]

Not Just for Girls Anymore: Swarovski Designer Suits

February 8, 2011


I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with Swarovski. It’s undeniably female, yet from what I saw last about their men’s accessories, Natalie Collins, a lead designer for the brand really has a bead on things. Whether it’s nurturing up and coming young designers or serving up bling for rappers and women of leisure everywhere, it […]

Suit Them Up: Ermenegildo Zegna FW 2011

January 26, 2011


Style Timelessness: 3.5/5 (will look dated in 3 years) Trend Worthiness: 5/5 (trendy beyond compare) This leading luxury men’s suit designer Ermenegildo Zegna does it again. I could bore you with their 100 year old heritage or sedate you by waxing lyrical on their pedigree as suit makers for other haute couture labels like Gucci, […]