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STYLE MAGAZINE 2014

Knitwear as a protagonist: long scarves, heavy jumpers, headbands. For very cold winters. Ph. Aldo Fallai, Styling Alessandro Calascibetta.

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Far and wide. Giorgio Armani, 1982. Ph. Aldo Fallai for L’uomo Vogue. Look at the baggy shapes you see today in the shops’ windows: lots of them show suits, raincoats, coats, shirts, sweaters and trousers that remind the lines of this Armani collection, that dates back to 33 years ago. No, I don’t want to write the nth tribute to Giorgio Armani, but it’s instinctive to say: “Everything started from there and there we come back!”. An ultimate back to the roots? No. In two seasons this trend will be replaced by others. But let’s stick to the present; today we’ve recovered the pleasure of wearing large clothes, that are more comfortable and elegant than the too fitted menswear that has been in fashion for years. But pay attention to baggy trousers; when you sit down your ankles show up looking like breadsticks, and give a disproportionate appearance: the risk is to give this impression also when we stand up; so avoid loafers and pointed shoes and prefer monkstraps or brogues with wide and round shape.

UNPUBLISHED 2014

Cool-Warm Mood. A simple portrait of the awesome model Jakob Scheich shot by Aldo Fallai. The model is wearing a dapper red coat by Berluti with a sporty touch, as the headband by Andrea Incontri on his head. Styling Alessandro Calascibetta.

PREVIEW STYLE MAGAZINE MARCH 2015

 

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SETTE MAGAZINE EN VOGUE OSARE E RINNOVARSI MA SENZA ECCESSI

Daring and updating but without excesses. The whole collection is wonderful, from outerwear to knitwear and accessories; the adv campaign is wonderful too, just like even the font of the logo. Guglielmo Capone hit the mark. His first fashion show, that took place in a intimate and embracing location last january, immediately revealed his talent: the total looks have a masculine and refined impact at the same time and can be worn by a wide range of people, thanks to comfortable and elegant cuts. It’s not too fashion and not too classic: it’s flawless. In s/s 2015 collection, Capone does his best in the sporty-chic outerwear: I bet it would be a success, on condition that the company would go on investing on the brand in a proper way, giving to the designer the right instruments. Capone describes his guideline for s/s 2015: “I was thinking about the “Mods”: a great will of change, new energy. Pure modernism with echoes from the London of the late Fifties that meets the sportswear world, in parkas and outerwear. My kind of client? A man able to dare but without excesses, that keeps a perfect balance between tradition and innovation and is able to recognize and appreciate the quality of materials, fabrics, volumes and manufacturing of the italian tailoring tradition”. In the pictures: a garment by Guglielmo Capone (ph. Aldo Fallai for Style Magazine) and a look of s/s 2015 collection.