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Gianni Agnelli, The Icon

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Agnelli’s fashion sense stood out, even in a country like Italy, where dressing well and fashionably is generally perceived as very important. His style has inspired and influenced menswear throughout the years, in Italy and around the world.

In his retirement speech, Milanese fashion designer Nino Cerruti named Agnelli as one of his biggest inspirations, amongst James Bond and John F. Kennedy. Esquire Magazine named Agnelli as one of five best dressed men in the history of the World. Agnelli’s dress style was a combination of a foundation of classic suits, combined with eye-catching personal tricks.
He had a large number of bespoke Caraceni suits, which were of very high quality and classic design, and yet had the signature Italian bravura. It was the accessories and the way they were worn that made Agnelli stand out as a fashionisto. He is known for wearing his wristwatch over his cuff, wearing his tie askew or wearing (fashionable) high brown hiking boots under a bespoke suit. [...]


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Mariano Pallottini's curator insight, October 12, 2013 6:12 AM

The Gianni Agnelli Fashion Rules: never wear short socks, no eyeglasses in public, longer hair than usual people, never  wear toed shoes. An elegant person is never completely perfect and must simulate, a little bit, a distracted person. Just a detail, which maybe attract the attention, can make a big difference.

Elizandra Drews Forte's comment, November 14, 2013 8:35 AM
I like the Agnelli because it was the art of perfecting the imperfect, and difficult look easy.
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Prices Soar As Fashion Goes To Auction And Museums - Forbes

Prices Soar As Fashion Goes To Auction And Museums - Forbes | dxncollection | Scoop.it
Prices Soar As Fashion Goes To Auction And Museums
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When dresses are auctioned off as if they were fine works of art, you could say the thin line between art and fashion has been inarguably breached.
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