Patinaon a pair of three year old double monk straps from Pari
Earlier this year I switched over to doing most of my writing with a fountain pen. Not for style related or “historical” reasons, but rather for comfort and feel.
I purchased a Lamy Al-star and got hooked immediately. Earlier this week, I decided to step my game up a bit and got myself this beauty from Japanese brand Otho.
I highly recommend all of you actually trying it out, I can guarantee you that you will enjoy the experience.
Both the Lamy Al-Star and the Otho pen were purchased at Rum för papper in Gothenburg, which I highly recommend for everything related to writing and stationery.
Salvatore Piccolomight be best known for his exquisite shirts, but he also happens to make some of the finest handmade ties in all of Italy.
Since this summer, we are proud to offer accessories and shirts from Salvatore Piccolo at Spiga 3, giving you all an opportunity to experience the very best of Neapolitan style and craftsmanship.
Roll necks from Drumohr
Few names in the clothing industry can boast quite as much heritage and tradition as Drumohr. First established in 1773 in Dumfries, Scotland, the brand still produces some of the finest knitwear in the world.
Today, the production takes place in Italy, with the same attention to detail and uncompromising demands of high quality that always have been synonymous to Drumohr.
Checks by G.abo Napoli
Green with grey and burgundy checks jacket - G.abo Napoli (from Spiga 3)
Cashmere herringbone tie - Borrelli
Sleeveless cardigan - Morris Heritage
Soft collar cutaway shirt - Morris Heritage
Crochet edge pochette - Morris Heritage by AD56
Bracelet - Viola Milano
Jeans - Morris by Jacob Cohën
Chocolate suede double monkstraps - Meermin
G.abo Napoli per Spiga 3
We are proud to introduce our new supplier of handmade jackets, suits and coats. Made to all the standards of neapolitan tailoring traditions, G.abo offers real luxury at a great price point. High armholes, the best italian fabrics and more hand sewn elements than you can count all contribute into making G.abo the brand of choice for everyone with a passion for craftsmanship.
Available exclusively at Spiga 3 in Scandinavia.
New supplier at work. I found this gem at Pitti Uomo (well, in a hotel in downtown Florence to be honest, they’re too small to actually have a display at the fair). I think G.abo represents the absolutely best value of any company I’ve seen, by far.
If you are in Gothenburg, stop by at Spiga 3 to check them out. You won’t regret it, I promise!
Jacket - Sartoria Lombardelli for Alessandro Tellini x Geremia
Shirt - Mattabisch Napoli
Vest - Morris Heritage
Tie - Viola Milano forest green seven fold cashmere
Pochette - Stockholm Kravatt
Trousers - Caruso (moleskin is the way to go)
Shoes - Meermin Linea Maestro split toes
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Featured on Mr Porter global style - Last time I ended up in the “Editor’s Pick” for the 10 best outfits in the competition. Don’t forget to vote for me this time as well!
Perfect styling by Gabo Napoli
My current shoe rotation, from the back left:
Herring shoes - "Agnelli"-style gommino boots
RM Williams - Craftsman in chestnut yearling. Worn like hell and coping well.
Santoni - Dark brown calf tassel loafers.
Meermin - Classic line suede double monkstraps, real beaters.
Santoni - Suede penny loafers. The first pair of quality shoes I ever purchased.
Adidas - LA Trainers in blue suede. Because Adidas > New Balance.
Pari - Black cap toe oxfords in a chiseled last.
Pari - Plain toe derbys.
Pari - Double monkstraps.
Meermin - Linea Maestro norwegian split toes. These beasts will take me a year to break in.
Not pictured are my Clark’s Desert boots and a pair of white (well not anymore) Adidas Stan Smiths. Now I’m just awaiting the arrival of my Freccia Bestetti Maverick oxfords, the most beautiful shoe in the world.