Mix business with leisure via autumn’s original new take on tailoring
Words by Ryan Thompson
Photography by Robbie Fimmano
Styling by Tony Cook
It may be a sign of the times that even the last bastion of sartorial heritage, the classic business suit, is not impervious to change. The cut and construction might remain the same but what today’s suits are worn with is in something of an entrepreneurial flux. The tie is an endangered species and the formal shirt is looking over its neatly pressed shoulder at a new way of articulating confidence and power. If you want to mean business this season, at work or at play, these are the looks that are right on the money.
Coat by MP Massimo Piombo from Luisa Boutique, and blazer and sweater, both by MP Massimo Piombo from O’; track pants by Junya Watanabe Comme des Garçons Man from Spazio Pritelli; shoes by Salvatore Ferragamo; gloves by Paul Smith; and laptop bag by Bally from Liska.
Suit by Dsquared2, gilet by Stone Island, jacket by Cottweiler (worn underneath), T-shirt by Sunspel, skirt by Givenchy, compression tights by Adidas Originals, beanie by CP Company and gloves by DSquared2.