Mens Fashion Clothing – Europe including Canali Zegna Armani Hugo Boss Kiton
This mens fashion clothing company was started by Giovanni and Giacomo Canali in 1934 so they could manufacture high quality clothing.
The impeccable quality of their clothes became known world wide and today they are one of the most respected fine menswear manufacturers.
They have 1,500 employees who everyday in Italy produce 1,400 suits and 1,600 pairs of trousers all of them tailored and finished by hand to superior quality. Then 75% of these clothes are exported to more than 80 countries around the world.
Quite possibly the most distinguished and high quality suits available on the market whether it be ready made or custom made especially for you.
They have also designed a fabric that is 100% stain proof. From this material they have made a micro sphere suit that repels stains. If you spill say wine on the fabric it will turn into a ball and run off your suit like water off a ducks back. It is called nanotechnology and a suit made with this fabric will cost you US$2000.
They have excellent fabrics are master tailors and have an unsurpassed reputation for quality and craftsmanship. They have earned their respect. It’s a Zegna.
Ermenegildo Zegna Canali
Mr. Armani is legendary for his famous suits. The cut, design and fabric are impeccable.
His fashion empire has now grown and diversified into many areas including sunglasses, bags, perfumes, colognes, watches, and jewellery.
Recently he branched out into homewares with his home line, Armani Casa. Now your home can look as impeccable as you do.
This mens fashion clothing company was established in 1923 in Germany by Hugo Boss. But the first men’s suits were not made until 1953, 30 years after the company was started. They manufacture elegant, stylish business clothes and casual wear.
Kiton makes some of the best tailored mens fashion clothing available today. Fabrics they use include beautiful leather, suede, cashmere, super-fine cotton and Irish Linen.
You can buy exquisite pieces from topcoats, jackets of which some are reversible and water and wind resistant, sports shirts that have mother-of pearl buttons, casual slacks as well as neck wear and handmade shoes.