President Stays True to its Tuscan Design Roots for AW13/14

first_img1. President AW13/14 2. President AW13/14 3. President AW13/14 4. President AW13/14 Raleigh Denim Workshop Makes Jeans with Artistry and Ingenuity in the U.S.A. The Mission Workshop Khyte Sets a New Standard for Messenger Bags When it comes to fit, quality fabrics and top-notch craftsmanship, Italian designers are unprecedented. Like some unspoken guarantee or silent seal of approval, we automatically expect pieces that fit like a glove and last a lifetime.Tuscan menswear label President is no exception. Founded in 1957, the brand dedicates an entire year to produce a single capsule collection. According to head designer Guido Biondi, who is the third generation of his family to head up the brand, it is his strict policy of sourcing every scrap of material and each crafting process from local artisans that equates to the brand’s supreme level of quality.For autumn/winter 2013/14, President present a collection inspired by the craftsmanship and design features of traditional military garments. Therein lies a subtly sartorial collection that does not break with function; these are clothes that will form the foundations of your everyday wardrobe and inspire a feeling of modernity via a comfortable sharpness. Of course, the Tuscan design spirit is evident in every stitch, hood and lapel. And the warm colour palette evokes street style images of Pitti Uomo’s usual suspects: cognac, salmon pink and burnt orange are the perfect companions to tailored chambray shirts and the Travel Nylon Gumm Jacket. Save Your Eyes from the Scourge of the Screens with the Best Blue-Light-Blocking Glasses for Men center_img Portion Control: The Best Meal Prep Containers on the Market Editors’ Recommendations Keep Your Pants On With the Best Belts for Menlast_img read more

Australian FM to discuss security cooperation during Sri Lanka visit

President Sirisena and Bishop will announce Australian assistance to combat dengue fever in Sri Lanka and discuss progress on the implementation of Sri Lanka’s reconciliation process, which Australia says is critical to Sri Lanka’s long-term security and prosperity. (Colombo Gazette) Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop is to discuss security cooperation during her visit to Sri Lanka this week.Bishop will be visiting India and Sri Lanka from 18-20 July to strengthen bilateral, economic and security relations with two important partners in our region. “In Sri Lanka, I will meet President Maithripala Sirisena, Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe, Sri Lankan Foreign Minister Ravi Karunanayake and other ministers to discuss security cooperation and explore new economic opportunities in science, resources and energy,” Bishop said in a statement today. read more