An unconventional American gigolò
Christian Pellizzari’s SS15 man is a contemporary American gigolo, a reinterpretation of sportswear which becomes an authentic couture item, spontaneously and easily worn.
From the wet garden of a mid-summer afternoon, Pellizzari’s peonies bloom: embroidered, printed and jacquardated. Barefoot models on grass give life to the unstructured pieces that belong to a strong tradition of Italian tailoring while the aboundance of fabric dares and has fun. Jacquard, silk, cotton and natural fibers mixed with polyester create new forms. Raw cut jackets are light and dynamic. Classic-cut shirts are enriched with folk embroidery, sequins and accessories that embellish the masculine elegance making it casual and instinctive. Ankle-lenght cut pants with a relaxed fit or with hand inserted laces on both sides are the new must-have of Pellizzari’s man. Outerwear pieces are unique thanks to their singular cuts and the combination of different fabrics. You will find item like a leather jacket with woven laces or a short parka juxtaposed to a long rain over-coat.