Sunday, October 7, 2007


Wall Street. The look is formal and alluring, whilst not exactly wearing a jacket as tradition dictates. Businessmen travel in three-quarter coats, double-breasted or with three buttons, in light colour or plaid wool. The office version demands a polo neck and a fisherman-rib sweater, with waterproof blouson jackets, some of which are padded. The slim, straight trousers range from grisaille and pinstriped to dark denim.
Top Gun. Cutting a dash with zero sense of danger. Jeans faded by use worn with blouson aviator style jackets in either khaki with fur around the hood, or lemon yellow with a plaid lining or with ribbed knit sleeves. Striped sweaters, with jacquard decorations on the sleeves and large cable on the front, complete a perfect pilot style.
Gosford Park. The respectable country gentleman wears a herringbone wool coat with a small fur collar or a trench. Marl sweaters with shawl collar and the classic tweed blazer. The look is completed with gloves, soft caps and hunting trousers. The colours are from the countryside; meadow green, wood, moss and periwinkle blue.
Breakfast at Tiffany’s. A social, nocturnal theme with a look for partying and celebrating until dawn. Head to foot in black; a slim suit that looks like a tuxedo, pinstripe trousers worn with a black cardigan, shirt and shiny tie. A black overcoat, a camouflage print waistcoat in smoky shades, and a black quilted down-filled nylon jacket.
Source:press release SISLEY

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