I was operating under the assumption that Lino referred to the material (linen.) Apparently Lino is this fellow’s name ?
And love the look, although the 7 on the tie seems unnecessary and overly fussy and detracts from the harmony of the outfit.
Also, the “free” flip phone is probably not free as Italians have yet to embrace the smart phone as we have in the US and still do very little texting – most they talk, which is understandable given they’re Italians.
He is a natural; You can tell he loves clothes. Great pattern mixing. Notice the smaller check shirt with the bigger Prince of wales check sport coat. The texture of I bet his cashmere tie. This is real style. And he makes it look effortless. He has his own signature style. People are asking what the seven means on his tie. It is his signature style. Truly one of the best dressed men.
It’s an interesting and refreshing jump into a narcissistic era. Such a happy-about-oneself knowingly smile, in its unpretentious and bordering-with-being-silly ingenuity, releases the tension of these years depressed by ugly crises.
This single photo demonstrates how men’s fashion can be very exciting. I love the DB jacket: The peak lapel and working cuffs are excellent as is the check pattern. I like the number 7 on the neck tie, perhaps a bit large, but it has made me wonder who this is the creator of this wool necktie. I think the shade is perfect and works well with the blazer and the watch.