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The Italian Dandy

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by BellisVintage, Oct 13, 2012.

  1. BellisVintage

    BellisVintage Active Member

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    This montage celebrates the Italian Dandy, that distinctive Italian flair. After all, it was the Italians who perfected the art of the promenade. Bella figura and sprezzatura - being the best you can in all you say and do and having a certain nonchalance in doing so. No-one else can carry it off like the Italian male!
     
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    BellisVintage Active Member

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    Neapolitan Tailoring vs Savile Row? My question to you is which do you prefer and why?
    For me I love the classic formal cut of Savile Row with is military history but there is something about the Italian loose tailoring of Naples that expresses so much. I love them both and see a place for each.

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