The prints have become a staple in men’s fashion today, but wearing them is not something to taken lightly. Prints are indeed brave. They replace something more sober remaining easy to wear and easy to integrate into any look.
While trends veer towards geometric perspectives, prints based on the hand drawing keeps the warmth of their strength. Even more when you want to convey the mystery of life and death, man and nature through bones, alive or dead organs as opposed to flowers, plants and color. Alma Gemelli does that, creating an original collection for men (and women) that gives an artistic touch to your t-shirt.
In this outfit I wear model Rib, a model made of hand drawings with nuances from the wide range of colors created with charcoal and pastels. The artwork, after being made on paper, is printed on satin to make more visible the typical “pencil effect” of the drawing.
To complete the outfit I decided to stay in dark shades wearing trousers in wool by Messagerie, a long cardigan from H&M, the black padded sneakers of D by D and the Amish hat by minimum.
I was wearing:
T-shirt: ALMA GEMELLI
Shoes: D BY D
Photo: Giacinto Mozzetta