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Gucci to Debut Cruise 2020 Collection in Rome
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After showing its Cruise 2019 collection at the Alyscamps Roman in Arles, France, Gucci has announced the location for its Cruise 2020 show. Heading back to Italy, the latest Cruise collection will be officially unveiled at the Capitoline Museums in Rome, continuing the theme of “the Old World.”

The show’s location — which is described as “drawing from a place reminiscent of [Alessandro Michele's] childhood” — is a series of museums that feature ancient Roman statues and artifacts, as well as artworks from the medieval and Renaissance period, and collections of jewels and coins.

Along with staging the show at the Capitoline Museums, Gucci is also set to make a donation to the restoration project of the Rupe Tarpea. Located on the Capitoline Hill’s southern summit, the Rupe Tarpea is a steep cliff overlooking the Roman Forum. Until the first century A.D., traitors were sentenced to death from the cliff.

Gucci’s Cruise 2020 show will take place at the Capitoline Museums on May 28 this year.

THE STATEMENT KNIT
Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London

Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London

When you hear the word “sweater,” what do you first visualise? A grey, greenish, navy or brown-hued, chunky knit combination - slightly baggy and oversized - automatically surfaces somewhere in your mind. Symbolically, it is warmth for a chilly day condensed down into a single garment that’s cut perfectly for wearing over a button-down shirt or roll-neck. The statement knit, a trend that caught our eye roughly a year ago, obliterates all that. Forget about cable knits; the finer the gauge, the better. With texture taking a back seat, it opens up the gates for colours, patterns, prints and graphics: If you can see it on a tee, bomber, or ski jacket, it’s now on a sweater, too.

Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London

Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London

Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London / shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Total Outfit by: Pepe Jeans London / shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Yacht Life
Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Are you looking for a casual but classy look to wear this summer? If so, then look no further than the men’s Riviera style. The Riviera style merges sophistication and casualness together into a stylish blend which light and cool for the warmer weather. 

The Riviera Trend

Ever since the first wave of well-to-do holidaymakers started flocking to southern parts of France and Italy in the late ’20s to early ’30s, an understated and elegant style began to emerge that was ideal for the endless boating, promenading and lounging they indulged in. This look is what has since become known as the Riviera trend. There may be a number of staple Riviera pieces already in your wardrobe: blue shirts, chinos, boat shoes, moccasins; but merging these pieces together can create a truly stylish look.

There are a lot of trends that swing about which are hard for people to come on board with. This isn’t one of them. The Riviera trend is really easy to incorporate into your already existing wardrobe as well as being easy to style and even easier to pull off. 

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

Shirt: Hackett London / Pants: Antony Morato / Sunglasses: Gucci

How To Get A Bohemian Style
Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci 

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci 

One key look that many men want to achieve is the bohemian style. It’s cool, laid back and comfortable but still has a certain element of stylishness to it. This look is more about your attitude rather than specific wardrobe additions but there’s a few things you can add to your collections to help you nail this effortless style. Let’s jump into it

Get Lighter

This isn’t about dropping a few bounds, it’s about going for lighter colorways. Pale blue jeans, brighter shirts and deeper colored accessories are what make this look far more approachable. You want to stay away from monochrome outfits and having too many browns and dark tones in your outfit. Keep things light and relaxed.

Get Accessories

Usually we would say don’t go overboard on the finishing touches to your outfits but that goes out of the window here. This is where you’ll be adding most of the personality and uniqueness to the style. Go for hats, necklaces, rings, bracelets, bandanas and scarves a pivotal look to the bohemian style. Again, not all at once, but two or three at a time should do the trick. And don’t make them too premium, we’re looking for leather bracelets, rope necklaces with a pendant and anything with an air of individuality about it.

Get Lazier

This doesn’t mean start sitting on your arse for days on end and obstaining from a good shower. It means being a little more lax with the ironing, opt for comfier footwear with the laces undone, let your accessories hang off you in a more care-free fashion and don’t buy everything to fit you perfectly. Obviously don’t do all these things at once or it’s going to be really hard to make it look stylish. Just a couple of these at once and you’ll give off a much more relaxed vibe.

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci

Pants & Shirt: Antony Morato / Shoes: Etro / Sunglasses: Gucci