Indonesian linen shirt, Donnanna Napoli pants, sneakers från Adidas/Sneakersnstuff and a hat from Olney. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Room 237.
All linen, except of course shoes, Panama and shades. Suit from Cantarelli, Loro Piana shirt, tie from Kiton, Shibumi ps, Di Mella shoes, Panama from Olney and Garrett Leight shades. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Five. Click on the headline for more pics.
Coat from Hentsch Man, knit from Howlin’, Tellason jeans, Zegna scarf, beanie from Uniqlo and shoes from Doc Martens. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Lampblack.
New jacket in a heavy Irish linen fabric. I like the combination of a heavier type of linen because you still get the cool and airy qualities of linen, but with a great fall in the fabric and without the flimsyness of lighter linen. Jacket from Bladen, Inglese shirt, tie from Vanda, Berg and Berg ps, pants from Zegna, Mano shoes and Garrett Leight shades. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Montserrat. Click on the headline for more pics.
Canali suit, shirt from Charvet, Dunhill tie, ps from Shibumi and John Lobb shoes. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Five.
A suit with a stronger and more structured shoulder, typical for English tailoring. Suit from Richard James, Zegna Couture shirt, tie from Calabrese, Poszetka ps and shoes from John Lobb: Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Feu Secret.
It’s difficult to beat grenadine ties for versatility. Suit and shirt from Zegna Couture, Vanda tie, ps from Liverano and Alden shoes. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Ummagumma. Click on the headline for more pics.
Jacket from Caruso, cardigan, shirt, tie and scarf from Drake’s, Berg & Berg ps and pants and boots from Crockett & Jones. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Lampblack. Click on the headline for more pics.
Noname vintage jacket, Drake’s shirt, Levi’s Vintage Clothing Big E jeans, Converse One Star Pro Suede Mid Tops and a scarf from Frank Leder. Scent: Bruno Fazzolari Lampblack. Click on the headline for more pics.
Well, it’s actually Angelica, Fleabane, Estragon, Opoponax, Costus, Olibanum and Vinyl Shower Curtain. This is how Bruno Fazzolari, an acclaimed perfumer based in California, describes his scent ”Room 237”, named after the hotel room in ”The Shining” from which all evil flows. It’s an interesting scent. Fresh, clean, slightly uncanny. Imagine swabbing your kitchen floor late in the evening with a strong detergent, windows open so the smells from the garden are faintly detectable, and suddenly the lights go out and you hear a strange noise from the living room and you know you are alone in the apartment. You