"The Sartorialist is a style "psychologist" because she understand the character. Just in this way she can creates the perfect outfit!."
I'm from an island full of culture, history, colors, tastes, eclectic and sometimes inconsistent, but with a strong charme: Sicily, exactly from Messina. Bachelor in Fashion Designer at Istituto Marangoni in Milan and Master in Fashion Editing and Stylist at Accademia Del Lusso. Some important experiences in fashion as stylist costumer and designer. My personal career gave me the chance to know better the Sartorial Fashion for men, understanding the trends and all the possible options to create something unique but also a traditional outfit.
An outfit that could represent you?
Custom made suit with classic features, but with particular details and if the customer is enough brilliant also with a strange accessorie.
What would you suggest to dress well?
Total freedom to dress according to the character of the customer, not following the fashion trends.
A fundamental characteristic for a Sartorialist?
Being able to listen and apere ascoltare e immedesimarsi nella persona che si ha di fronte.
Blue Blazer slim fit, pocket square and distinctive shirt.
3 words to describe yourself?
Creative, Ecletic, Outgoing.
A famous man or woman that you consider a style icon?
Your passion aside from Fashion?
Itailan music and surrealist art.
Your favourite Artist?
Coldplay & Bjork.
Do you like to collect something?
Drink che adori?
Your favourite shop?
10 Corso Como in Milan.
Which is the cultural style that mostly influenced you?
Six from Anversa and now Miuccia Prada.
A movie that inspired you?
The Great Gatsby for the details and style of women and men costumes..
Your favourite artist?
Rene Magritte & Yves Tanguy.
The most inspiring city?
Any special trip that inspired you?
In Tunisia, from the sea to desert.
Favourite material or textile?
Washed silk for woman, cashmere for man,
Favourite colour or matching?
What would you never wear or would you never let someone else wear?
Ground colors (chestnut, green, beige) with contrasted ones (red, velvet, yellow).
Any menswear seldom used, but that you really like?
Suspender belt for man.