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Opening Cerimony x René Magritte
Barbour Beacon Heritage x Norton & Sons SS14 Editorial
Zegna by Stefano Pilati SS14
Mackintosh debuts its first full-on menswear collection for SS14. A Japan exclusive, Mackintosh Philosophy delivers some pretty solid offerings inspired by an old school British aesthetic with some preppy elements in the mix.
After being faced with an overwhelming flow of sweatpants and joggers for the last couple of years, I must say that some of the offerings and styling have been growing on me. Although the vast majority of lookbooks feature the loose, baggy versions that fall into a more sporty category, some labels have refined the original model into a more tailored silhouette.
During my recent stay in Miami while visiting James Perse’s Bal Harbour store, I came across what may be, in my opinion, the perfect pair of sweatpants. After browsing a never ending selection of stores and websites to no avail, I was immediately hooked once I found these… so much so that when faced with the hard task of choosing which color I should go for, I ended up picking them in two colorways: dark grey (portrayed here) and army green.
Made from a soft knit twill and featuring a beautiful worn-in effect through garment dye, they elevate the standard to a new level due to the amazing fit and details such as the bottom cuffs, panels, pockets and drawstring on the waist. Here I went for a full-on Summer attire, pairing them with an oxford tunic, panama hat and sockless boat shoes.
Details: original Panama hat, oxford tunic by Ozwald Boateng, sweatpants by James Perse, boat shoes by Buttero, bracelets by Viola Milano and watch by Daniel Wellington.
Model and Styling: Miguel Amaral Vieira
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