The Art of Cloths, The Art of Living
(SOHO, NEW YORK, October 2022) Inspiration for our Fall 22 collection was drawn by exploring the highest ideals of a man, his yearning for new horizons, his quest for his own identity, and a place in an increasingly polarized world. We are defining the man who doesn’t let the noise of others drown out his inner voice; the men who has the courage to follow his own heart and intuition in creating his own world, and lifestyle.
He is the Young Aristocrat. Nonetheless, the general view of his affluence is distorted. He is the aristocrat whose esteem is not measured by the purchasing power, the highest paydays, the shiny objects, fancy cars, the homes on the riviera, the worldly possessions... His aristocracy comes from his art of living, caring for and giving to others, nurturing his family and friends, creating his own positive world where everyone is welcome for a glass of good advice and a laughter, and enjoying every breath to the fullest. He is the Young Aristocrat at heart, and is an inspiration for others.
The mood of Fall 22 collection is clean and sporty; quintessential East Coast, with a range of rich, saturated Fall/Winter colors such as black, anthracite, grays, olives, deep indigos, and slate blues juxtaposed with pops of burnt oranges and burgundies.The collection offers formal options to fit the lifestyle of the Gilded Age man. As a whole, Fall/Winter collection defines casual luxury, and is driven by masculine classic styling and unique fabrics.
As F. Scott Fitzgerald once said “life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the Fall. So we beat on, boats against the current, born back ceaselessly into the past.”