Get Coachella looks

Coachella music festival just kicked off on April 14 and still rocking until April 23.

While Lady Gaga surprised fans with a new song, let’s have a look at the men’s fashion trends for this epic festival.

Be ready for a warm sun and wear shorts and sunglasses. The choice of a modern design bermudas is surely the best stylish idea: jeans or linen is great! 


H&M 24,99€


H&M 25,99€
retrosuperfuture €249






At Coachella you won’t be staying still so you better choose some stylish but comfy shoes. Sporty sneakers are what you need. If you really don’t fancy them, a second choice would be suede boots and you still will stick to the style.

Plein Sport €270


Clarks 129,67€









It is time now to add some colors and chose between a colorful short-sleeve shirt or a printed t-shirt. Both options are a fresh choice to enjoy music and looking trendy.

asos Vintage 50,99€


Zara 15,95€










Finally you need to finish up your outfits with some cool accessorizes: Panama Hats would look amazing. Add also some bracelets and you are ready!

Borsalino 279€
H&M 4,99€



Top 10 Trends for Menswear F/W17

January, as usual, has been an inspiring month for Menswear. Pitti Immagine in Florence followed by Milan and then Paris Fashion Weeks.

The trends are now clear and here are the top 10 of what we are going to wear for next Autumn/Winter.

1 – Color Palette: Camel – Red 

From the left: Marcelo Burlon County of Milan, Marni, Versace, MSGM.

Camel, a must-have color for a man wardrobe both for formal wear and casual looks. We have largely seen it on catwalks of Versace and MSGM, but also N.21. Red, outrageous and vivid color for suits and sporty clothes chosen by Marcelo Burlon County of Milan, Marni, Lanvin, Paul Smith and Louis Vuitton.

2 – Backpacks and Bags

From the left: Balmain, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Ermenegildo Zegna

Bags, bags, bags. We’ve seen hundreds. Bumbags for Louis Vuitton, Sacs for Diesel Black Gold, Briefcases by Zegna. Backpacks are back trendy next season, a total must-have! Dolce & Gabbana thought of an Lion-shaped one, Balmain’s are black and capacious, Pop-art style are the ones by Fendi. Big, small, plain or colorful always carry one, no matter if in formal or casual wear.

3 – Boots and Military Style

From the left: Balmain, Liam Hodges, Moschino, N°21

Authoritative and battledress looks will be another trend for the next fall/winter. Black boots and leather accessories to finish the outfits. From Moschino to Balmain, N°21 and Armani. They all got inspired from the military scene.

4 – Long coats and Oversize Sweaters

From the left: Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Dsquared2, Etro

Coats up to the ankles in different materials and colors. Sweaters are XXL. Formalwear Overcoats for a corporate look on Balenciaga catwalk and Dandy-inspired ones from Alexander Mcqueen. Dsquared2 and Etro men go on winter leaves on montains with oversize sweaters.

5 – Bomber jackets

From the left: Moncler Gamme Bleu, N°21, Sunnei, Versace

Colorful and puffed-up, bomber jackets by Moncler, Versace or Sunnei will keep us warm for the cold seasons.

6 – Denim & jeans

From the left: Dolce & Gabbana, Moschino, MSGM, Neil Barret

If you were missing the 80’s, it’s time to revoke Denims. Visible socks under rolled-up jeans from MSGM catwalk. Reinvented denim Jackets at Dolce & Gabbana #Millenials catwalk and wool-padded jacket by Neil Barret. Finally milirary influenced at Moschino.

7 – Oriental and Japanese influence

From the left: Diesel Black Gold, Emporio Armani, Federico Curradi, Frankie Morello

Japanese influence will be on our looks and outfits in winter. Nija inspired outfits enriched with rock-leather touches at Diesel Black Gold show. Black&White origami printing for Frankie Morello.

8 – Sporty and Mountain look

From the left: Emporio Armani, Etro, Moncler Gamme Bleu, Plein Sport

Time for some fitness activity with Philip Plein new sport luxury brand. While Emporio Armani and Etro proposed a mountain street-style man. Warm looks made of wool and fur with ropes and knots are the leitmotif at Moncler Gamme Bleu, reminding hiking world.

9 – Animal and Patchwork Knitwear

From the left: Prada, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana, Antonio Marras

The new generation of models, #DGMillenials,  walked Dolce & Gabbana catwalk wearing animal and patchworked knitwear. Jumpers, T-shirt and accessories will look like lions, tigers and faunal world. Antonio Marras mixed and matched various meterials, styles and influences on his menswear.

 10 – 70’s orange is back 

From the left: Etro, Missoni, Prada, Valentino

Orange, with a 70’s taste, will be back trendy. Miuccia Prada got her inspiration from those years and presented 70’s styled men. Also on Missoni and Etro runway we find that orange touch and retro influences.

Michele Di Chello


A #Dandy by McQueen



I have always been a fan of #McQueen outrageous and dary look and the new F/W outfits are my favourites, NO DOUBTS!

The inspiration is just perfect and brings back the concept of Victorian quintessence beauty made famous by Oscar Wilde. A man dressed with a typical British gentleman style: tailored coats of Serge wool with velvet appliques and a  3-pieces flannel suits underneath are what we can admire from McQueen catwalk.The trausers have side stripes bringing up military influence.

The whole collection symbolize Wilde’s travel from London to France and through the journey his Dandy style becomes enriched by other inspirations. The look becomes more fanciful: jacquard  overcoats which revoke antique rugs, all-over paisley print silk robe and gemstone rings to finish the look.

Another recursive and main pattern and motif we can appreciate in the collection are peacocks, aristrocratic and noble symbol, inspired by the room paintings where Wilde died.

The all new season gives us the tools to pay homage to an extraordinary writer and eternal dandy.

Have a look at the gallery and enjoy some of the best and suggestive outfits.

Photography: @EthanJamesGreen

Michele Di Chello



Jan 13th: Menswear is on stage at Milan Fashion Week. Just after Pitti Uomo (10-13 Jan).

Man is Back! Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana released a Fashion Movie, starring models who woke up in a wood, ready for Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2017. A modern fairytale in a documentary-film style.

The first designer to open the glamourus event is Ermenegildo Zegna, but it’s Giorgio Armani appointed to masterfully switch off the lights of the catwalks on the 17th. Some of the designers are missing, such as Gucci, but some are back or totally new. Alessandro dell’Acqua is back with his N21 collection. Philipp Plein presents his new Sportswear. Three emerging designers are presented by the King Armani: Moto Guo from Malaysia, Consistence from Taiwan and the Japanese Yoshio Kubo.

Dolce&Gabbana chose #DGMillenials to walk at the show. They are the new generation of models: bloggers, influencers, youtubers and social webstars with millions of followers. Warm welcome to them to the #DGFamily. The collection is characterized with baroque and golden touches, which are D&G distinctive elements, but they also presented classy tone-on-tone looks. I love the military-style coats and the royal jackets that were shown.

But what’s really trendy for next F/W?

BAGS! Huge, small, backpacks, leather or plush.

Diesel Black Gold Leather Sac

Diesel prefers blag leather sacs, Zegna thought of elegant leather business bags and briefcases while Ports 1961 choose big backpacks with leather base and balck and blue tartan. Emporio Armani proposed an original fur front rucksack, but the most interesting garment comes again from Dolce&Gabbana: A big Lion muppet fur backpack.

Fashion Week is not yet over, but for sure even next winter we all have a wide choice to wear and pick our preferred style. Which one would you pick?

Michele Di Chello

GUTTERIDGE – Napolitan Tailoring with a British Touch

7jn6whob_store_primary_image_-mainFounded by the Scottish Michael Gutteridge in 1878 in Naples where he opened his first boutique in Piazza Dante. Mr. Gutteridge imported his textiles and wool directly from Scotland and he soon had a huge success. He opened then a even more luxurious store in Via Toledo.

In the 90’s the brand was bought by the italian intrepreneur Mr. Colella and now counts about 50 boutiques in Italy.

Their garments still keep the british style and touch, so are the store interiors. They remind the old artisanal shops and boutiques you might find in the streets of London.

One of the most sold item is no doubt the sartorial-made blazer together with the shirts which have nacre bottons and hand-sewed cuffs. Shirts cost on average 50€.

A full selection of accessories is available including ties, bowties, scarfs, leather goods and umbrellas.

Michele Di Chello