Its really special to see a group of people who are all able to be so handsomely stylish while still cultivating unique, individual flare. Usually groups of friends end up looking like eachother. Excited to see whats in store for tomorrow!
I love the video ! But what’s that mysterious lunch ?? I’m on the edge of my seat trying to figure it out aha :) At first I thought you’d convey 25 of your readers to have lunch with you, that would have been AWESOME !!
While I admire the natural style and grace of those men, I cannot help but think that the famous italian style isn’t something innate. For, not matter how good I dress, I always end up looking and feeling less refined, less graceful and much more clumsy than you’d expect from a men of italian culture.
It would have been interesting to know what each of them do and what interests them and how they are related to each other.
In this little video one can feel the italian way to enjoy life.
Handsome men, Superb tailoring. Joie de vivre. Intensity.
Beautiful fabrics–tweeds and cashmere.
A sense of pleasure in each other’s company.
Love it all.
Another poster wrote this:
“Again, highly over rated â€˜italian Gentlemenâ€™ . I do not know Lino and his friends personally but…tipical italian, but far from how a true stylish man should act….I am a (proud) italian and am heavily into my clothes, and am also capable of sussing out a â€˜tipical italian Gentâ€™ and this Lino poser and his older friend are far from it….Lovely clothes non the less…”
What Scoot shoots is real. This man’s comment is also…this site needs more of this man! Reality check!
Lino and his pals all have that vibe of men who know they’re fetishized for the way they dress. I dislike it. It’s vulgar. They ARE handsome physically and sartorially, no doubt! But please, guys, leave the amplified BS back at the office and out of Scott’s camera.
Scott: Watch yourself. You’re getting Gawker Syndrome: Too much of your own Kool-Aid.
Great tease! I hope that in 2012 your next move on your web site will be to incorporate more video interviews into your repetoir. Still photos are great but wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could have those people you shoot everyday say a few words about why they choose to wear what they do? Also, wouldn’t it be great (historically speaking) to interview the great fashion designers of today?
Sart’, do you know if the suits of these guys are Bespoke or just Ready to wear with (good) alterations ?
And who are these guys ? ready to wear sellers ? tailors ?
I’d realy like to know, thanks