Men's suits: each to their own designer.
Fully-fledged pieces of a man's wardrobe, suits confer a superb allure on any man. In regular, slim or extra slim versions, a suit reveals a personality, at times classic and chic, at others modern and stylish. In order to carry off a man's suit properly, both the jacket and the trousers should fit perfectly.
Alessandro Squarzi, named by Esquire magazine as the world's best-dressed man, was happy to own up to the fact that every designer had a reference body shape and based the cut of their men's suits on different standard sizes. Choosing between sporty, svelte, slim and athletic cuts comes down to your physique, the shape of your body. The choice is varied and each design is more elegant than the last, between jackets with two or three buttons, double breasted jackets, with contrasting details or without, high-waist trousers or fitted, with or without a money pocket, mono colour, pinstripes or Prince of Wales check, made in wool, cotton, viscose, linen, silk or cashmere.
Amongst the must-have suits for men, we will remember the pinstripe pieces by the label Corneliani for a businessman style. Depending on the season, you can opt for a Valentino suit in linen or Italian wool to give you an immaculate but laid-back look for day-to-day. The originality of light tones and the prestige of silk are perfect for an evening do or a special occasion, for which a good choice would be a 3-piece suit by a renowned fashion house such as Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton or Givenchy. If it comes with a metallic effect or in a purple, lead or mocha tint, a Paul Smith extra slim suit reveals audacity and a mischievous temperament.