Modern and traditional work well together, so do the present and the future. Everything depends on how you combine them.
And that is the magic formula behind the spring/summer collection by Piombo. Its style segues beautifully into the new season. Jackets, trousers, shirts, knitwear and raincoats.
Inspired by Luchino Visconti’s Ludwig: suits in linen and cotton; checks, large and small; solid colours and eye-catching geometries to wear with shirts that have an oriental feel, and in colours that evoke the Cote d’Azur.
Military tones for trousers that embrace a poetic vision of colour, as seen by Cecil Beaton. Polo shirts and sweats with “college” inspiration, bringing student days to mind. Piombo’s vision for the raincoat comes up against the nature of a garment that is now just begging to be worn any time, even in the sunshine.
Creations that are all about intelligence, giving off an air of culture, and making getting dressed an emotion to share. The contemporary man’s aesthetic is changing to shift away from style rules and towards a wardrobe that is all about being unique.