In part thanks to the likes of TV shows, such as ‘Peaky Blinders’, ‘House of Cards’, MadMen’, ‘Lucifer’ and ‘The Crown’, plus of course such cinematic icons as James Bond, Bruce Wayne and Iron Man’s, Tony Stark. Then when you look to the stylistic value we place on style conscious males in the limelight from Pharell, to Dermot O’Leary and Tom Hiddleston to Calvin Harris, is it any real wonder the suit is having such a renaissance ? However, in this country we are blessed by such an incredible high Street, where retailers such as ASOS, TOPMAN, Reiss and Marks & Spencer are producing such incredible tailoring to fit any man’s budget. One such retailer who really is making a marking in not only creating contemporary satori all classics, but who too are moving men’s confidence in trying to be a little more daring is House of Cavani. Surprisingly, the tale of how this satorial brand came about has a most Anglo-Italian tale to itself.
The seeds of thoughts first came about in 2010 on a trip to the world renowned Men’s Fashion event Pitti Uomo, in the heart of Italy’s original home of Fashion and style, Florence. I mean it’s hard not to admire the amazing views on show in this beautiful city, but bi-annually the citadel is also known as a place where men globally show off the peacock side to their stylish ego. This is where, inspired by the fabulous clothing on display, upon returning home to the slightly less glamorous East Midlands, the Cavani guys were buzzing with stylish aspirations.
The idea behind this tailoring gem was to transport that Italian flavour back to the UK, bringing that level of quality and fit, enabling stylish men the opportunity to wear expertly crafted Italian style suits. All of their pieces are designed in house by a team of experts with countless years of experience in the fashion and tailoring industry. With this in mind, and fast forward seven years later the House of Cavani’s website is continually updating with products and constantly adding more items to their range.