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Interview: Alessandro Simonetti

President’s in conversation with Alessandro Simonetti, our artist-in-residence for SS16. How’d you get your start as an artist?  I’ve been immersed in the visual world since I was a child. I spent part of my youth in Rome in the early 1980’s and have vivid memories of the raw scene that was the Trastevere in… read more

Interview: Jey Perie of Kinfolk

President’s visited the Kinfolk Shop in Williamsburg, Brooklyn recently to hang out with the guys and meet partner Keith Abrams and creative director Jey Perie. Last week, they welcomed the SS16 collection to their store with a party and an exclusive T-shirt featuring artist Alessandro Simonetti’s campaign photo for the season. We interviewed Jey, who was… read more

Inventory Magazine interviews Guido Biondi

We were saddened to learn recently that one of our favorite menswear titles, Inventory Magazine, has printed its last issue. Nevertheless, one of the very last online features the magazine published is an excellent longform interview with President’s creative director, Guido Biondi. As a bit of a silver lining, we hear from a good source that Ryan Willms, Inventory‘s… read more

Spring Summer 16

President’s Spring Summer 2016 collection is inspired by pre-war adventure and exploration. This season marks the introduction of a distinctive Indian print, inspired by wallpapers from The Roaring 20s, and a color palette of blue, military fatigue green, red brick, and shades of sand. As always, exceptional textiles are front and center, and among the tactile pleasures… read more

Interview: Tag Christof

President’s in conversation with AW15/16 artist-in-residence, Tag Christof Above: New Mexico, 2015. President’s A/W15-16 Campaign photo. Much of your work focuses on America. How do you square that with being appointed for the campaign of a proudly Made in Italy brand such as President’s? It’s funny, because I’ve actually lived much more of my adult life… read more

The Shetland Jacket: Warm Scottish wool

Autumn Winter 2015-16 by President’s highlights the first-class quality of featured textiles and fabrics, mixed together to create a never excessive collection of essential pieces of clothing. Tuscan craftsmanship donate a sartorial soul, while the aim is to always present tradition with a contemporary twist. A good solution for this coming cold season is President’s… read more

The Cashmere Coat: Perfect shape and tailoring

President’s Autumn Winter 2015-16 collection is a showcase of know-how in Italian sartorial traditions and eye for quality textiles. A fresh new kind of elegance is created through a mix of fabrics that never becomes excessive, always building the offer on the basis of a classical wardrobe. The outerwear continues to play an important role… read more

The Gibson Trouser: Sharper inside

Another statement classic of the proper contemporary gentleman’s way of clothing is a good pair of Gibson trousers, a modern and smart reinterpretation of the 50’s coverall. The model President’s has presented for Spring Summer 2015 is made in 100% Angelico extra fine wool and finished internally combining a pale shirt fabric and a bright… read more

President’s SS15: Contemporary feeling

President’s continues to build on the cornerstones of the contemporary man’s wardrobe for Spring Summer 2015. The entirely crafted in Tuscany brand, emphasising its sartorial traditions and the idea of a new luxury, takes the image of classic garments and turn them into seasonal essentials through thought-over details and researched fabrics. Tailored blazers, as the… read more

The trench coat: It’s more than rain

Perfect for mid-season’s variability, the trench coat is an essential piece a smart man cannot miss to have in his closet. Classic in its shape and color but modern in the choice of details, President’s Hound Trench is made in Japanese double cotton nylon and moreover; it’s waterproof. This garment’s identity stands in the presence… read more