Canali jacket, Zegna shirt, tie from Drake’s, Eton ps, Boss pants and Alden shoes. Click on the hadline for more pictures.
You could argue forever which one of the two biggest heavyweights of Neapolitan tailoring, Kiton and Attolini, is actually the best. Some people prefer the supreme craftmanship of Attolini, others love the exclusive fabrics that Carlo Barbera makes for Kiton. But there is no doubt that when it comes to ties, Kiton is the better known brand. Especially the Kiton 7-folds are often regarded as the pinnacle of tie making (see Diplomatic Ties 346 for an example). But I think the Attolini ties are on the same level. Attolini does not produce ties in the same quantities as Kiton so
Close-up on the donegal cotton fabric in the Bleu de Paname shirt.
Pictures from a few years back, taken in Solna, Sweden. Knits from Howlin’, Bleu de Paname workwear shirt, Jaggy pants and Onitsuka Tigers in brushed suede. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Calabrese pocket square.
Pal Zileri suit, Zegna shirt, Kiton tie, ps from Calabrese and Edward Green shoes. Click on the headline for more pictures.
Pocket square from Brunello Cucinelli
Textures. The fabric in the jacket is an open weave wool/cotton/linen blend, the tie is a wool hopsack and the ps is a linen/cashmere blend. The jacket is from Caruso, shirt from Ralph Lauren, Vanda tie, Cucinelli ps, Berg & Berg pants and shoes from Allen Edmonds. Click on the headline for more pictures.
A close-up on the ps from Berg & Berg.
Suit from Hardy Amies, bespoke shirt, Vanda tie, Berg & Berg ps, Carmina shoes and sunglasses from Moscot. Click on the headline for more pictures.