I’ve recently bought a couple of sport coats with a huge discount. Those particular purchases raised some questions I felt the urge to share.
Both sport coats, from Brunello Cucinelli and Sartorio Napoli, are 100% linen, double breasted, fitted and Italian made. Some might say fashion, but I can’t seem to wear anything else and tend to disagree with the “fashionable” label. DB will never go out of style (and ultimately that’s what matters), your clothes should always fit and “made in Italy”, despite the recent downgrade of the label itself, still stands for high quality and design.
Up until this point I’m convinced my purchases were rational and justified. The big issue comes with the price tag.
Today I saw something so unimaginable I couldn’t believe my eyes. A good looking young man getting out of his car and unexpectedly turning into a middle aged man. What the hell has the power to turn a perfectly good and healthy young man into a 50-year-old man in a second? Suddenly, I had a vision, an epiphany.
If I bring up female political leaders, the first name that will come to mind will probably be Margaret Thatcher's.
Well, today I had the urge to write not only about female political leaders but also beautiful female political leaders. Beauty and Power. What a combination, don´t you agree? Of course I could talk about the many beauties in the Italian parliament, but I won't since I could irritate the Great Berlusconi and I don´t want to.
Far from being a perfect video or even one of the greatest Oasis tracks, the clip for Cigarettes & Alcohol is the ultimate “feel like a Rock Star” video.
Watching it you can’t help but feel you’re living the life of a superstar, surrounded by supermodels, booze and God knows what else.
After listening to the track and witnessing Liam’s swagger I immediately feel a boost of confidence, like I’m part of the greatest band in the World and I’m ready to take over the Universe through cool and style.
“Is it my imagination, or have I finally found something worth living for?”
Check out the video below.
A long time ago I’ve read a feature about personal style and I remember someone using the expression in the title: “Beat up the good things”.
I believe he gave an example: his Hermés travel bags, beat up to exhaustion.
The idea stuck to my mind.
I’m generally a fan of the neat and clean, but with age I’m beginning to understand what this means. It definitely makes sense.Read more...