Add a little something extra to your wardrobe with this Ferla jacket featuring a subtly textured herringbone weave. Suitable for casual occasions that call for a certain degree of sophistication. Shown here with a white knit polo, a midnight blue pocket square, a pair of dark blue stretch jeans, white grain calfskin sneakers, and a midnight blue grain calfskin belt.
A peculiar 3-dimensional effect immediately grabs the eye in this calming cornflower blue and white textured jacket. A small herringbone pattern completes the fabric. Woven from a blend of silk, linen, and cotton flamed yarns, this jacket has a light and airy quality that exudes a casual confidence.
Silk is the earth’s strongest naturally occurring fiber. It is largely wrinkle-resistant, with a nice, soft drape in a weight that keeps you comfortable year round. Our silk hails exclusively from Como, in Northern Italy, where silkworms nest in the region’s abundant mulberry trees. (Which is why this region has been a silk-production powerhouse since the 15th century.) This open grenadine weave, invented in the 18th century, is now largely used to add texture to ties, bowties, and pocket squares.
Candiani, founded near Milan in 1938, has woven the denim fabric used for this pair of jeans. The medium-weight soft stretch jeans are washed in the heart of Veneto into a slightly aged dark blue color with authentic whisker patterns and fading for a sophisticated worn-in look. A must-have to go with any casual look.
Our Grain Calf for Sneakers is chromed-tanned but also from Italy. Featuring full-grain leather tumbled with small pebbles to achieve its unique texture and extremely soft handfeel.