Navy Blues

AA stroll along the Thames ultimately brings you by Somerset house, an emblem in England, specifically in London, and so does a suit designed by Pal Zileri. It is a brand crafted from decades of tradition and quality, yet modern and futuristic. An emblem in Men’s fashion and I’m personally a close follower. For their SS […]

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A stroll along the Thames ultimately brings you by Somerset house, an emblem in England, specifically in London, and so does a suit designed by Pal Zileri. It is a brand crafted from decades of tradition and quality, yet modern and futuristic. An emblem in Men’s fashion and I’m personally a close follower.

For their SS 16 collection, which I am wearing, they have creatively dabbled with a bold leap into patterns and colours inspired by 20th-century kinetic and optical art. Through their creative director Mauro Ravizza’s vision, squares, and compositions-in-motion are reflected to serve as a subtle reference to the visual complexity of our digital age.

The collection as you can clearly see has a fluid silhouette mixing a chic yet nonchalant look using restrained color palettes such as petrol blue, green and ochre. The materials are natural and traditional but enriched by silk and linen, gabardine and mohair as well as jacquard wool. The brand has decided to make simple look elegant, tradition is revisited and oh my how comfortable it is! Visit Pal Zileri to discover more.

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Suit, t-shirt, silk scarf: Pal Zileri, Sneakers: Louis Leeman

Photos: Jake Armstrong