Personal touches: Gianni Fontana

It’s the personalised touches that turn a mere collection of garments into what can be more fittingly termed an outfit: a grandfather’s war medals, passed down the generations, a pair of well-chosen sunglasses that fit the face, a statement colour that suits the wearer’s personality (in Gianni Fontana’s case, a sunny and vibrant yellow). Never one to leave the house any less than perfectly composed, Gianni paired all of the above with a prototype Savas bag from the designer’s up and coming men’s range.

Gianni Fontata street style

Gianni Fontata street style

Gianni Fontata street style

Gianni Fontata street style

Gianni Fontata street style

Gianni’s unmissable yellow shoes are by Pantofola d’Oro.

Gianni blogs at The Style Buff.

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