Guns & roses

Traditional images of masculinity look at the iconographic appeal of the Country Man, the Romantic Hero and the Hell’s Angel.

Menswear fashion trends from the latest collections of designers such as Dolce & Gabbana, Balmain, Dsquared2, Valentino Garavani and Philipp Plein promote a return to classic, authentic and iconic masculine clothing, because a vigorous style is always timeless.

So all the characteristics of traditional manliness and contemporary bold aesthetics, sometime with a little provocative taste, like weapons, cowboy boots and army look, become decorative elements even more fashionable and fascinating. For combative men,  lovers of risk and brave guys.

Here you can find three outfits for strong wardrobes!

Sweet Cowboy

With his disenchanted image so sexy and rebel, James Dean is one of the evergreen male icons of movie world. Celebrated on a printed t-shirt as a symbolic portrait, this western look outfit can be completed by the everlasting blue jeans and leather accessories. With a touch of nostalgic romanticism.


James Dean cotton t-shirt by Dolce & Gabbana, George faded Jeans by Dondup, Reversible leather belt by Salvatore Ferragamo, Leather backpack by Brunello Cucinelli, Suede ankle boots by John Richmond.


Gentleman soldier

Born for war zones, the military mood shifts the perspective and becomes metropolitan. Mimetic suggestions and military insigna become contemporaries, transforming the gentleman into a commander in chief.


Cotton T-shirt by Balmain, Military Evening London blazer by Dsquared2, Cargo Mud trousers by Dsquared2, Camouflage briefcase by Valentino Garavani, Brogue detail boots by Prada.


Naughty boy

An urban aesthetics dominated by the rhythm of rap and hip hop, and by the look of a suburbs guy, with a strong character. A street style where black is omnipresent and the transgressive symbols of the modern gangster, skulls, studs and weapons, are always in plain sight.


Padded jacket by John Richmond, Hotel T-shirt by Philipp Plein, Uturuncu tracksuit bottoms by Marcelo Burlon, Skull keyholder by Alexander McQueen, Aranciopoli backpack by Philipp Plein, Geobasket sneakers by Rick Owens.