G. LORENZI Is BACK at Larusmiani!!! As I mentioned on Tuesday I have exclusive big news and the return of G. LORENZI is pretty big news!  As some of you might remember when G.Lorenzi closed it didn’t have a big sale it just closed. Aldo Lorenzi saved all the fixtures of the shop and almost 25,000 units of stock.


All of the original fixtures (the gold velvet included) have been exactly and lovingly remounted on the -1 floor of Larusmiani by Aldo’s longtime friend and protege Guglielmo Miani.


The shop opens tomorrow Saturday November 28th at 7 Montenapoleone in Milan. Over 2000 different, original G. LORENZI products will be stocked but once they sell out they are gone! Some items may have 200 units available and some may only have 5, it’s literally whatever was held by G. LORENZI when it closed its doors. Aldo has entrusted Guglielmo with his private list of artisans that still craft the items we love so when an important item from G. LORENZI is finished Guglielmo will continue production under the Larusmiani trademark (it’s a legal thing and very very Italian!). So if you’re anywhere close to Milan try to make it to Larusmiani to relive the craftsmanship of the iconic G. LORENZI.

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

On the Street…Broadway, New York


Wednesday, November 25, 2015

On the Street…Mercer St., New York


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

On the Street…Crosby St., New York


Tuesday, November 24, 2015

He is Back!

112415webI have some very, very exciting news for chic men all around the world and the women who love them!


This Friday I’ll be able to make the official announcement which is actually a very sweet story based on shared history, mutual respect and an optimistic look toward the future.

I was sworn to secrecy while all this was going down so I’m very proud to be the first one to share this with general public and especially with all the Sartorialists out there! Check in this Friday around 4:30pm New York City time

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

On the Street….West Twelfth St., New York


Monday, November 23, 2015

The Dilemma of the White Turtleneck


I know it’s my own problem but I just can’t get with white turtlenecks.


They seem so medical uniform-y or athletic (like Under Armour)…


….Or they remind me of the Randy Quaid character in the Vacation movies.


Here Christopher Lemaire makes a white turtleneck look great, so I know it can actually happen but I just can’t see one on me.

Monday, November 23, 2015

On the Street…The Bowery, New York


Friday, November 20, 2015

On the Street…West Tenth St., New York


Thursday, November 19, 2015

On the Street…Scarf Envy, Paris



We are right at the brink of scarf season so I’m looking for some new knot ideas. I like this one because it’s just a bit dandy but not too over the top.