thesartorialist And a suggestion for those that love the artistry of menswear @memory_laps This is the kind of IG feed that I look at as I get my fashion week wardrobe ready! 1d

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thesartorialist Love this IG feed @artgarments Great way to become familiar with paintings and details I hadn't seen before and great historical fashion. 1d

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thesartorialist I have to throw some love and respect for my friend @alessandrosquarzi and his new haircut but it does make me a little mad that he's even more handsome now. 2d

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thesartorialist A very wide-legged pant can make a good base for a slim, triangular silhouette. 2d

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thesartorialist #committosomething on the way to the gym (@equinox) this morning in the snow and cold. It better pay off this summer! At least the walk was beautiful 2d

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thesartorialist Thanks @lifeinreverie for catching me riding high in my "green limousine" and for your kind words! 2d

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thesartorialist More shearling from the streets of Milan 3d

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thesartorialist Paris has its classic brasseries and Milan had their old-school trattorias and this place in the West Village, Manhattan is the American equivalent. If an Italian came to New York and wanted a real (but heavy) American breakfast I would say go their, and then home for a nap. I should take @caroissa there sometime for breakfast! She lives for breakfast. (This place is also right next to my favorite magazine store Casa Magazines). 3d

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thesartorialist So much heavy pile, shearling-ish outerwear all over Europe this winter. 3d

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thesartorialist Mixed graphic patterns over/under wire-rimmed glasses, Florence Shot for @facesbythesartorialist 4d

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thesartorialist I should have posted about this before but I find it much more difficult to talk about my projects than my photos. However ,I have to admit, the premium denim project I just launched at Pitti Uomo with @royrogers_official has been one of my favorite adventures so far. When Guido asked me to design a small capsule collection my one stipulation was that they let me truly design something not just pick a "wash" for an already existing pair of jeans. With Guido's @biondiguido technical expertise we created very cool high-waisted flared jean(pictured) and shrunken suede jacket (pictured). We also created a high-waisted slim jean to work with a cashmere tailored sportscoat, a green duffel coat, a selection of shirts with an updated 70s collar and a range of shrunken knits that compliment the new higher waistline of the jeans. I really love it all! You'll see it in stores around the world this fall! 4d

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thesartorialist I won't rest until @mrstreetpeeper sells me that @driesvannoten paisley shirt. 5d

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thesartorialist At the @cifonelli_tailor presentation last week in Paris! Great to see @john_vizzone moving the collection forward each season 6d

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thesartorialist New York Men's fashion week just got more interesting now that the editors lunch is at @barbutonyc and includes my all-time favorite kale salad. 6d

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thesartorialist I ran into my friend Ana @anagimeno222 on Via Montenapoleone while I was running to the airport! I said "hi" but ,seriously, I was running so she looks a little confused in this image to see me running away while still shooting ! I don't think I've ever seen her look anything but spectacular. 6d

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thesartorialist If it weren't for the tiny digital camera this image would look more like Milan 1963 than Milan 2016 7d

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thesartorialist I love that shade of warm pink and camel, a very good way for men to wear pink in the winter. @marchettisimone 7d

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thesartorialist I visited the Vivian Maier exhibit in Milan last week and it definitely influenced my eye.
As soon as I left the exhibit I saw this woman standing on the corner and immediately saw the shot as a “mid-century” moment.
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