Thursday, May 17, 2012

Navy DB & Sartoria N.H. Silk Pochette


As announced, here are some of the pictures taken during the last shooting. I matched a navy blue double-breasted jacket with a light brown silk pochette and elegant plain blue braces by Steve&Co. The pochette is a present from Sartoria N.H., a real haven in the center of Milan for all menswear lovers. The owner, Count Federico Ceschi a Santa Croce, selects carefully italian fabrics for friends and customers in order to offer a classic style “with a twist”, as he himself likes to say. Definitely worth to pay a visit.


Come annunciato, ecco alcune foto dell'ultimo shooting di ieri. Ho abbinato un doppio petto blu di L.B.M. con una pochette marrone in seta purissima e delle eleganti bretelle Steve&Co, in blu tinta unita. La pochette mi √® stata regalata dalla Sartoria N.H. di Via Chiossetto 2, un’oasi nel centro di Milano per gli amanti dell’abbigliamento da uomo. Il proprietario, Conte Federico Ceschi a Santa Croce, sceglie con cura i tessuti, rigorosamente italiani e garantisce ad amici e clienti uno stile classico “con twist”, come egli stesso ama dire. Assolutamente da visitare.

















Navy Double-breasted L.B.M. 1911 Jacket
Camiceria Olga Shirt
Steve&Co blue braces
Silk pochette thanks to N.H. Sartoria
Allen Edmonds Shoes

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5 comments:

  1. I really love all the looks on your blog. If I may ask since you're Italy, does L.B.M. 1911 sell their lapel pins separately? (I lost the one on my blazer). Thanks

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  2. Glad you appreciate the blog! I really don't know about the pins, but I suppose they're not sold separately. Cheers!

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  3. Thank you so much for the quick reply. Can't wait for the next post!

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  4. Hope you don't mind me butting into the conversation, anywhere I can purchase a blazer like yours online or find a proxy shopping service there?

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  5. Hi Mike, unfortunately l.b.m. doesn't provide any online retail service yet, but I guess you might find something on styleforum.net. Good luck on your search!

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