SUIT AND TIE. If you are a keen viewer of TV series “Suits,” you might recall one scene where the main character brought a Brioni suit for the day he is promoted to a senior partner. This is likely to happen in real life, given the unrivaled sartorial expertise of the Italian brand.
Taking clue from the 1950s Italian cinema, the said sartorial aptness transposes the magnetic innuendo of past actors onto graphic lines and geometric patterns. The knitted silk ties refer to Brioni’s archives and are reworked to appear dashing on suits, raincoats and sports jackets.
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