Find out in our #RTW 23 edition!
The black three-piece, initially bespoke, was fitted and upper-class – this was in the heart of the Victorian era, when London’s high society was outfitted in Savile Row, the epicenter of tailoring. Although the street has retained its prestige, it no longer holds the monopoly.
With the focus on comfort, a looser fit began in the eighties, embodied by Armani’s gray extra-oversized version, continuing to this day through soft shouldered, roomy, yet colourful styles, such as by Botter, which says a lot about our age, having finally escaped from a too rigid authority.
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