Does anyone here like Italian men's fashion? Not just the suits and the sportcoats, the sort of general, overarching aesthetic.
I do, but most people won't post about it here, because the average poster is a little too young for that and those who would be into European men's fashion are a little older and most of us have moved on.
If you don't like Italian fashion you don't like fashion.
Simple as that.
It's like saying "I enjoy philosophy but not greek philosophy."
/fa/ is just a bunch of contrarian, middle american teens with no perspective who think they know shit about tits, when really, they dont know squat about jack... let alone shit or tits.
>Does anyone here like Italian men's fashion?
too narcistic looking, I prefer the Anglo approach, more straihgt lines, more utilitarian, more conservative
Loro Piana are the best Italian designers imo becuase they are the least flamboyant of them all but that is just my 2 cents, flamboyant stuff doesnt work for me, but Im not saying it cant work it can work
> anglos will never understand sprezzatura
just leave it to the french, italian and japanese
italians often overdoo things and end up looking like generic tryhard pitty uomo fags like pic rel
Lapos styke us great but would call it sprezzatura (unlike swag master sprezzatura god Agnelli or James Dean), it is just too thought out but very brave and original none the less
he has more of a playboy style compared to sprezzature approach of Agnelli is whyt I tried to say
Italian mens fashion
>gaudy gold on everything
all the major Italian fashion houses put out way too much guido tier trash
Versace, D&G, Armani, Gucci
I know they all have somewhat respectable mainlines and suiting but when all you see on the street is cheap logo-blasted diffusion stuff it makes the whole label seem cheap
All of my this.
As someone mentioned earlier, there is in fact a percentage of us who's style does resonate with the Italians, me included.
Lapos cool as all get out.
Massimo Piombo has always offered an interesting take of the sprezzy look for a while now.
Prefer Italian cut to others.
Soft shoulders, unconstructed pieces, rolled wide lapels etc. make for much more informal suits and jackets making them much easier to wear more often.
That's mostly just true during Pitti, where everyone wants to get caught on cam. Not to say you can't find more toned down and sober looks there as well, especially during the colder Pittis.
I think everyone can agree that LP hold some of the best materials in the world, but best designers?
literally everyone smokes during the event and has some obnoxious quasi sponaneous shit in there chest pocket together with some cheap bracelet , one year the coolest thing ever was to unstrap one of the double monk straps and literally eeryone did that... iritating as hell, its just so much tryhard in that place
We get it, it's not for you.
>is it acceptable to wear a black double breasted suit with a pinstripe pants?
Sure, not like you'd get kicked out of the mall for wearing that. But it won't look good, if that's what you're asking.