The world of fashion is an ever-changing and evolving universe. Among its elements are some that withstand the test of time, becoming authentic and timeless symbols of style. One of these is undoubtedly the bandana around the neck, a vintage-inspired accessory that has traversed eras and cultures, always remaining at the center of attention for its versatility, timeless charm, and the style it brings to every outfit.
The difference between an ordinary outfit and one full of personality and elegance can always be seen in the details. This is why choosing the right accessories is extremely important for those who want to dress with a refined and impeccable style, but with a strong identity.
Discover the world of men's accessories and learn how best to combine them to create your own unmistakable style.
The tie knot hides deep symbolic meanings and is an all but negligible detail in expressing one's style.
Learning to master the execution of the different knots, knowing how to choose the right knot according to the type of tie and occasion is an art to be discovered, which every man who wants to always be elegant should know.
Each tie knot dates to different eras and contexts, created to cover different style needs. Behind each one are interesting stories and curiosities.
The origin of the pochette, or pocket square, seems to date back to the banks of the Nile River in ancient Egypt. Apparently, the people of that area used the ancestor of this accessory both as a cloth to wipe away the sweat and toil of hard work, but also as an object to flaunt their wealth.
Today, the clutch bag is used as a distinctive element in men's outfits, synonymous with class, attention to detail and self-care, able to adapt to solemn, formal, business and even more casual contexts.
The history of the scarf has its roots in the past. The first peoples to start using an accessory similar to the one we know today were the Egyptians and Romans. In Egypt, the scarf was a symbol of power, proof of the social position to which one belonged. The headdress of the Pharaohs was in fact a twisted scarf, fastened at the back with a knot and falling long over the shoulders. For the Romans, on the other hand, the “Sudarium” was a kind of scarf that was used tied around the waist or around the neck to wipe away sweat. Historical finds dating back to the 3rd century BC testify to its use in the Far East as well. The terracotta statuettes of the Qin Shi Huang dynasty army of soldiers have one carved around their necks.
A way to express oneself, one's personality and character. Accessories are an important sphere of the clothing world, worn mainly to enhance an outfit, make it unique and special. Sometimes to give a slightly more casual air to an outfit, other times to add a touch of style and elegance to a dress or suit. The beauty of accessories is precisely that they can tell their own story and express themselves as freely and personally as possible. Scarves with fine fabrics that are pleasant to the touch, foulards with patterns and prints belonging to the company's historical archives, bandanas and tie bands that give authenticity to your looks. A real world to discover that of accessories, which for centuries has accompanied the way of being of each of us.
A fine, light accessory that can be worn in an infinite number of different ways. In fact, the bandana is one of the most versatile items of clothing to enter the wardrobe of modern western society.
Ancient Rome was the first city to adopt what was soon to become the male accessory par excellence: the tie. Roman legionaries used to wear a strip of cloth around their necks as protection for their airways during their long road marches. Over the years, the piece of cloth gradually thinned to the shape we know today.
Whether striped, wide, solid-coloured or printed, today, the tie is known for its elegance. It has become a symbol of distinguished class-an accessory that every stylish gentleman must have in his wardrobe. However, it seems that almost nobody really knows anything about its origin or actual use. To this day, it’s uncertain about when people started to wear ties.