HIM & HER
-A Smoking jacket I suggest the sleek look of SAIT LAURENT.
Fun fact about the smoking:
A smoking jacket is an overgarment designed to be worn while smoking tobacco, usually in the form of pipes and cigars, or for domestic leisure. In the 17th century, goods began flowing into Europe from India, Asia and the Americas, bringing in spices, tobacco, coffee, and silks. It became fashionable to be depicted in one's portrait wearing a silk robe de chamber, or dressing gown. One of the earliest mentions of this garment comes from Samuel Pepys, who desired to be depicted in his portrait in a silk gown but could not afford one, so he rented one. Smoking jackets have declined in popularity since the 1950s, though a minority of wearers still exists, Playboy mogul Hugh Hefner being a notable example. In its January/February 1999 issue, Cigar Aficionado stated that it was time the smoking jacket be brought back, perhaps as an "alternative type of formal wear".In French, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese, German, Greek, Hungarian, Spanish, Polish, Czech, Russian, Danish, Turkish, Swedish and other European languages, the term smoking indicates a tuxedo.
Fun fact about the LOAFER:
A bespoke shoe company based in London that was established in 1847 developed the first loafer as a country house shoe for the landed gentry and the royal family. The "Wildsmith Loafer" made by Raymond Lewis Wildsmith of Wildsmith Shoes, was designed for King George VI as a casual house shoe. The shoe has subsequently been marketed and sold by other London shoe firms and dubbed "the Harrow".
In the mid-1950s, further continental influences brought a more elegant image to light, lower-cut slip-ons, which moved from purely casual use to being paired with suits in the 1960s (but still only in America).In 1966, Italian designer Gucci made the further step of adding a metal strap across the front in the shape of a horse's snaffle bit. These Gucci loafers (now a general term referring to shoes of this style by any manufacturer) also spread over the Atlantic and were worn by 1970s businessmen, becoming almost a Wall Street uniform, reaching widespread use by the 1980s.
THE FASHIONABLE ONE
THE CLASSIC ONE
-The weekend bag my suggest is the Hermes Birkin 50".
Fun fact about the Birkin;The Birkin bag is a personal accessory of luggage or a tote by Hermès that is handmade in leather and named after actress and singer Jane Birkin. The bag is currently in fashion as a symbol of wealth due to its high price and use by celebrities.Its prices range from £7,500 to £100,000 (US $7,650 to US $150,000). Costs escalate according to the type of leather and if exotic skins were used. The bags are distributed to Hermès boutiques on unpredictable schedules and in limited quantities, creating artificial scarcity and exclusivity. Small versions (25 cm) may be considered a handbag or purse. In 1983, Hermès chief executive Jean-Louis Dumas was seated next to Jane Birkin on a flight from Paris to London. She had just placed her straw travelling bag in the overhead compartment for her seat, but the contents fell to the deck, leaving her to scramble to replace them. Birkin explained to Dumas that it had been difficult to find a leather weekend bag she liked.In 1984, he created a black supple leather bag for her, based on a 1982 design. She used the bag initially, but changed her mind because she was carrying too many things in it: “What’s the use of having a second one?” she said laughingly. “You only need one and that busts your arm; they’re bloody heavy. I’m going to have to have an operation for tendonitis in the shoulder."Nevertheless, since that time, the bag has become a status symbol.In an August 2015 New York Times article and its accompanying style feature video by Bill Cunningham, a moulded rubber bag bearing the same style seemed to have become ubiquitous in Manhattan, along with examples of the authentic ones. A significantly lower cost was reported for the rubber totes, being comparable to typical leather handbag.
-A white pair of sneakers my suggest is the COMMON PROJECT ONE.
Fun fact about the sneakers and the brand:
Common Projects is an American-Italian luxury footwear company.The company was founded in 2004 by Prathan Poopat, an American-based art director, and Flavio Girolami, an Italian creative consultant. The shoes are hand-stitched in Italy and often use Italian Nappa leather.The company name came about as Poopat and Girolami were working on a number of 'common' projects together, the original 'Achilles' shoe included, while living in separate countries.All of their shoes feature a line of numbers along the heel, displaying the style, the size and color, respectively.
Fun fact about the skinny jeans:
Slim-fit pants or skinny jeans (when made of denim) have a snug fit through the legs and end in a small leg opening that can be anywhere from 9" to 20" in circumference, depending on size. Other names for this style include drainpipes, stovepipes, tight pants, cigarette,pants, skinny jeans, pencil pants, skinnypants, gas pipes, and skinnies. Skinny jeans taper completely at the bottom of the leg, whereas drainpipe jeans are skinny but then the lower leg is straight instead of tapering and so they are often slightly baggier at the bottom of the leg than skinny jeans. In some styles, zippers are needed at the bottom of the leg to facilitate pulling them over the feet. Stretch denim, with anywhere from 2% to 4% spandex, may be used to allow jeans to have a super-slim fit. Skinny jeans come in a variety of colors and styles.By the early 1990s, many glam metal bands such as Poison, Mötley Crüe, Kiss, Bon Jovi, and Slaughter, abandoned spandex and wore form fitted jeans. However, with the rise of grunge and hip-hop music in the early 1990s and the post thrash movement, drainpipe jeans quickly went out of fashion in favor of baggy carpenter jeans, as worn by hip-hop/rap acts such as Kris Kross, Another Bad Creation, and Snoop Dogg. Flared jeans also made a comeback from the mid-1990s onward, furthering the move away from the drainpipe styles.Cheap Monday is a Swedish clothing label. It was founded in 2000 by Örjan Andersson and Adam Friberg, originally as a second-hand clothing store, in a suburb of Stockholm. The clothes started selling on March 10, 2004, and from the beginning in only one store called Weekday. The name of the brand originates from the fact that the original store was only open on Sunday. The brand is known for their idiosyncratic designs, and has expanded from their original focus on jeans to include sneakers, flannel, and shirts. The current creative director is Ann-Sofie Back.
-A Pair of black sunglasses my suggestion is CARRERA ( "THE IMPEL MAVERICK 113/S")
Fun fact about CARRERA:
Carrera is a trademark belonging to Safilo Group S.p.A. that designs and produces sunglasses and sports eyewear. Founded in Austria in 1956, it now operates from Padova, Italy.Carrera was founded in 1956 in Austria by Wilhelm Anger as the sports eyewear maker Wilhelm Anger Werker inspired by the Carrera Panamericana auto race. Twenty years later, they changed their name to Optyl International and devoted themselves to make motorcycle goggles and ski masks.In 1964, Wilhelm Anger developed and patented the ‘Optyl’ material, which was a heat-hardened plastic weighing 20% less than acetate resulting in a reduction of allergic reactions and improved fit through a memory effect that provided permanent elasticity and dimensional stability.In 1974, the company was renamed Carrera International and established a headquarters in Traun, Austria, and went to partner with automobile designer Ferdinand Alexander to develop the sunglass collection Carrera Porsche Design.In the 1980s, Carrera sponsored sporting events such as the America’s Cup, the 1988 Winter Olympics, and Formula 1 racing.In 1996, Safilo Group S.p.A. purchased Carrera and now have headquarters in Padova, Italy.The very well known Carrera sunglasses models Carrera Champion and Carrera Safari were created in 2008 and are the best sellers since.In 1996 the company established its assembly industry in the province of Henan in China.A complete collection of Carrera eyewear is collected by Safilo Private Collection.
-A Sleek watch like the CARTIER BALLON BLEU DE CARTIER
Fun fact about CARTIER:
Ballon Bleu de Cartier watch 36 mm, mechanical movement with automatic winding. Steel case, fluted crown decorated with a synthetic spinel cabochon, silvered guilloché opaline dial, Roman numerals, blued-steel sword-shaped hands, sapphire crystal, steel bracelet. Case dimensions: diameter: 36.6 mm, thickness: 12.05 mm. Water-resistant to 3 bars (approx. 30 meters/100 feet).
-A VETEMENTS white t-shirt
Fun fact about VETEMENTS:
Vetements studies sweep and redefine fashion with garments designed to be worn. The brand does not follow trends and seasonal trends but makes collections that give them the ability to create their own identity and define their own style. The pieces do not tell a story, they offer a wardrobe easy to mix with old and new garments, promoting a personal style. Inspired by a masculine and tailoring style, the brand's essence lies in the search for the perfect balance between the attitude, the clothes, and the body of the wearer. Vetements was founded by the fashion prodigy Demna Gvasalia, a graduate of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium.
-A Tracksuit for woman the brand in JUICY COUTURE (who made a come bake thanks to collaboration with URBAN OUTFITTERS and VETEMENTS)for men CHAMPIONS(pour VETEMENTS
FUN fact about the TRACKSUITIn the late 1990s, tracksuits made a comeback in mainstream fashion for both men and women. They returned to the fabrics of the 1970s, most notably polyester. The return of tracksuits can largely be credited to music, most notably Rapper Jay-Z and Spice Girl Sporty Spice. The trend continued into the 2000s, where velour made a comeback, by the likes of Juicy Couture and other brands. This continued for most of the decade. Tracksuits went out of fashion in the late 2000s, and have not been popular as street-wear since the last here who came back in a more casual way.Since 2006, prominent fashion designers have been asked to design tracksuits for the athletes of various Olympic teams, usually all the athletes representing one country. For example, designer Ralph Lauren created the USA uniforms for the 2010 Winter Olympic Games opening ceremony.The sportswear company Adidas hired Stella McCartney to be the Creative Director for the 2012 GB Olympic Games (by Adidas)—the first time in the history of the games that a leading fashion designer has designed the apparel for a particular country’s team across all competitions for both the Olympic and the Paralympic Games.
- A Military inspired jakets like the ALPHA INDUSTRIES
Fun fact about ALPA INDUSTRIES
ALPHA Industries was founded in 1959 in Knoxville, Tennessee, and is the first global brand to offer military clothing. In 1959, in fact, the US defence minister instructed the company to draw and rework the jackets for the army. The qualitative requirements required prompt ALPHA to study increasingly elaborate jackets. The ALPHA myth is born with the iconic flight jacket MA-1 and the field jacket M-65. The brand becomes world icon with Silvester Stallone in Rambo, Rober De Niro in Taxi Driver, Steve McQueen and Marylin Monroe who have worn ALPHA INDUSTRIES in their cinematic interpretations.