This level of perfectionism has won G. Inglese a client list brimming with bold-faced names. Perhaps most famous of
all, Prince William (who could’ve selected any tailor in the world) chose to have his wedding shirt made in the
Ginosa atelier. It is shirting that the house is particularly known for. It is increasingly rare to stumble upon
shirts where you’ve never witnessed the stripe in question. Each season G. Inglese seem to unearth these retro
stripes in a subtle and time-honoured form, that ooze class. In high-quality cotton vintage cloth, there is a
beautiful grey, blue and wide striped shirt that will discreetly manifest the old-fashioned glamour into your look.
Respected artisans for mastering the art of the button-down shirt, you also have this style option in a very similar
mélange of colours, but in a slightly thinner stripe.
Wide check jackets have also become a symbol of the G. Inglese armoury. These are certainly apparent in their latest
collection with three wide check Prince of Wales double-breasted jackets, in autumnal browns and greys. If Prince of
Wales isn’t the pattern for you, there is two flamboyant houndstooth jackets, one of which is single-breasted and
the other in a double-breasted guise.
Heading in the cooler part of the year, it always wise to have an overshirt in your arsenal. A fantastic layering
accoutrement, there is also three to choose from in a variety of details. Many of the most esteemed menswear
commentators have always apotheosized G. Inglese ‘s
long-sleeve polo shirts. Keeping up the trend of doing things in threes this season’s shirts are very lightweight,
with meticulous handmade details. They can be worn with a blazer for a business meeting or on its own for a leisure
outing in any city. They come in grey, beige and navy – all easy tones for whatever you decide to pair with
As eluded to earlier Angelo is well-renowned for his button-down shirts. He designs them so that the collar is made
in a structure that follows the movement of the neck while allowing it to maintain the shape you want, making the
shirts a perfect option for both a formal and informal look. In keeping with this theme, the structure can certainly
act as a formal shirt, but the patterns come in elaborate diagonal stripes and wide check, which make them perfect
options for the fun and informal aesthetic.
The A1 bomber jacket is a classic piece of menswear – and rightly so. Standardised by the USAF in 1927, it remains
elegant, understand and functional to this day. G. Inglese’s rendition is cut from supple leather, giving it even
more versatility and handle. It’s a fine piece that certainly caps of a collection that steers towards informal
elegance in the highest-quality form.