A Men's Style Round Table with Luciano Barbera at Barneys New York. The name Luciano Barbera is synonymous is classic Italian style. The Milanese septuagenarian is a champion of all the qualities that have come to define the national "Made in Italy" brand: the finest raw materials, skilled handwork, time-honored silhouettes. His adherence to this unofficial law of the land is what has kept those with a nose for quality coming back to the Barbera family year after year.
Barneys New York is excited to welcome the Barbera label back to its shelves this fall. To celebrate, menswear EVP Tom Kalenderian invited Mr. Barbera as well as friends Simon Doonan, 'Sartorialist' Scott Schuman, the ever-dapper creative director Nick Wooster and publisher Wes Del Val to discuss men's style across the globe.
Riffing off the idea of a 'United Nations of Style,' Moderator Doonan assigned each gentleman a country (Tom Kalenderian was Italy; Luciano Barbera, the UK; Wes del Val, Japan; Scott Schuman, the US; Nick Wooster, France) and asked them to speak on the topic of influences of the region as well as resident style icons.
Read more of their conversation here: http://bit.ly/1gnPLO3
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