Photo by Ivan Marianelli
Paris, day 2.
Second and last day in France. The sky doesn’t shine as the first day; during the first hours of the morning already there was rain in the air..
Even the second day I set the alarm so early with the unmistakable parisian morning which sees the italian cappuccino and the tasteful “pan au chocolat”. With me for the entire day one of my best friend, Gianni Fontana, a great man, a true friend and I am honored to call it as a friend above all because we are so far from the usual idea to be so close just for business. He knows this city much better than me and so I followed him to looking for vintage clothes for which we both are addicted. The store in which we stopped for a long time is the famous “Kiliwatch” and I hope to create an apposite article about it really soon once I will back. I am talking about “the store”, in which you can find unique pieces, from authentic bomber by “alpha industries” to denim jacket, from amazing arm navy jacket to breathless field jacket: then if in that moment you are already inside and find free the master Jacques, your cool purchase is guaranteed….Jacques id a has a true and deep knowledge about vintage..one of the best I ever knew.
That day I took out from my wardrobe this Korean jacket that I received from a friend of mine: it’s a particular double-breasted which seems a Navy uniformwith gold buttons and white lines (stitching) of the jacket. I matched it with a trousers with double pleats and a korean shirt in denim; the turn-up of the trousers is just a bit unusual because it is of 2 cm and usually I wear this kinda pants really short as you can see and always with sneakers…In my personal opinion I think if you wear this short pants with different shoes, they look so inappropriate. As in this case, the neutral color of the shoes helps me from the chromatic point of view also because the white matches perfectly with the lines of the jacket.
See you soon Paris.
shirt Antonio Marras / shoes Superstar by Adidas / pants Suitsupply / sunglasses Ray-Ban /