New professions

Once upon a time, there was the office dress code which usually consisted of a gray suit for all on-duty employees from all over the world. A kind of uniform almost identical for everyone, a way of dressing that followed precise unwritten rules and in which the only permitted variation was a touch of color provided by shirt and tie.

Since then, things have changed and dress codes are more fluid. Moreover, new professions and job roles have appeared, allowing more creativity and customization.

Designers like Marcelo Burlon, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, Etro and Dsquared2 have acknowledge this and in their menswear fashion shows propose styles suitable to a dynamic contemporary life and in line with the search for comfort and aesthetics of new professionals.

Here are some suggestions for those who do creative jobs and need a stylish wardrobe that can however express their professionalism and personalities with a certain degree of freedom..

The DJ

The Disk Jockey is an older profession than it might seem. It apparently dates back to the late Forties, although it is only with the advent of disco music that the DJ as we now think of this job was born, with the mixing of songs to create new and exciting beats and sound effects. Since that moment, on every party and every nightclub mixed music could not be missing. Today the DJ is a recognized artist and have lots of dancing fans everywhere. Their clothing is crucial for success: t-shirt with eye-catching graphics, baseball cap, and street-style matched to sportswear and fluo colors to shine even in the darkness of the discotheque. 


Sleeveless quilted jacket by Prada, Thunderbolt print scuba sweatshirt by Neil Barrett, Staff cotton T-shirt by Marcelo Burlon, Skeleton cap by Marcelo Burlon, R261 low-top sneakers by Hogan Rebel.


The interior designer

The interior designer is a true master in matter of style. Expert of colors, construction technology, materials and combinations, the interior designer is able to plan the flawless dream house, choose the most beautiful design objects, create spaces in perfect harmony. A true esthete who loves design and architecture and needs a professional but creative style, perfectly studied in all details, in an elegant mix of classic pieces and refined prints.


Wool blend double-breasted coat by Paolo Fiorillo Capri, Gold fit shirt by Dolce & Gabbana, Doeskin cotton trousers by Incotex, Paisley printed silk pocket square by Etro, New Laccetto driving shoe by Tod's.


The social media manager

Have you ever heard about SEO, online PR or digital communication specialists? Those new professions play an increasingly important role in the contemporary business world and society. Their champions are young and talented, dynamic and ambitious, with a strong character and a high propensity for communication and sharing. Social networks are their natural working environment, but they still need to go to office every now and then. So,  opt for a formal suit, but with a jaunty spirit and a glamorous touch.


Lightweight wool suit by Dsquared2, Embroidered collar detailed shirt by Mcq, Camustars silk tie by Valentino, Rubber stud laptop bag by Philipp Plein, Glossy leather Amras monk strap by Premiata.