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14 NOVEMBER 2016

Ermenegildo opens in New Bond Street, London

Ermenegildo Zegna unveils its latest Global Store in London at New Bond Street, home to the world’s most prestigious luxury brands. The New Bond Street Global Store is the 19th Peter Marino Concept Store to open globally and is divided across four floors. Unique to this store, which is located in the same position as the very […]

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24 JULY 2016

Dress like an Italian

The Italiano Also Known As: The sprezzatura man, the American who looks vaguely European. Italy – The home to Pitti Uomo, the largest menswear trade fair in the world, the home to Luisa ViaRoma, the family owned department store with innovative genius to die for and the home to some of the biggest men’s and women’s […]

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10 JULY 2016

Tiffany & Co. Celebrates “The Making of a New York Minute”

Tiffany & Co. the internationally renowned jeweller, celebrated the arrival of ‘The Making of a New York Minute’ archival timepiece exhibition, with special guest, Nicola Andreatta, Vice President and General Manager of the Tiffany Watch Company. Hosted by Glen Schlehuber, Vice President and Managing Director, along with 50 VIP guests welcomed the collection with a […]

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26 JUNE 2016

Bill Cunningham – The Grandfather of Street Style Photography Dies

This article was first published in 2002, The New York Times.  The author Bill Cunningham, a longtime Times photographer, died on Saturday. I STARTED photographing people on the street during World War II. I used a little box Brownie. Nothing too expensive. The problem is I’m not a good photographer. To be perfectly honest, I’m […]

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2 MAY 2016

The Style of Jon Snow (He Lives!)

Historically speaking, film icons like McQueen, Brando and Dean played a key role in determining how a man stocked his wardrobe. And while Hollywood A-listers still hold considerable sway today, with the rise of a new TV age, where budgets and production quality are on par with the big screen, we’re seeing fictional characters becoming […]

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