Roy Robson has produced a dedicated range named Primus using famous Reda fabric, in conjunction with the Italian textile firm who provides the cloth.
This is the basis for many of the suits we personalise for our customers and the video below shows the process Reda and Roy Robson go through. For our stock we select the particular Reda fabrics, the cut and even the buttons we’d like.
Reda textiles have always been a synonym of excellence and quality thanks to a production process of which each phase is scrupulously checked and to a constant striving for perfection and purity of the yarn. Reda directly manages and controls the entire production chain in a process that begins with the fleece and arrives all the way to the yarn.
Visit us in the store on Milsom Street Bath to view.
The ability to mix and match clothes individually or within a collection allows much greater flexibility from your clothes. It’s a simple concept often spoken about in women’s fashion to create a ‘capsule wardrobe’ from which everything else works to either complement or accessorise, to give a number of different looks.
Well it’s really no different for men. And it has several advantages from saving money to making packing easier, and just planning what to wear simpler.
At Gabucci it’s a principle we value and often advise on but Digel have gone a step further to help by producing this video which simply shows their collection being mixed and used creatively in different ways. It’s great and will hopefully provide inspiration.
Suits are very much in, tailored and beautifully cut – no matter that the temperatures in Milan are currently 34 degrees, even hotter than Bath.
Shorts and sports influenced wear are much less prevalent amongst the front rows of the catwalks perhaps pointing to end of these trends.
Unfortunately male rompers are going to be rampant at Milan, well there may be a few making an appearance. We aren’t going to be stocking any at Gabucci but if you can’t miss this latest trend, we found this brilliant Kim Jong Un one in the states.