The Roman house of Fashion, Brioni is tailoring the Brad Pitt approved seven-piece capsule suits to turn your subway routines into the red-carpet walks.
Long before the ’90s kids had the meekest idea about the Greek Good of Hollywood’s years of struggle, they decided to either wear down their hair like him or may have the fortune to marry the Prince himself. The Golden Boy, if he wished to, would move around the red carpet with a hand-me-down robe and still all the cameras would be illuminating his face; the following day you would be reading columns about his wardrobe collection with utmost curiosity.
Collaboration of Brad Pitt and Brioni
The fashion house, Brioni owned by none other than Kering, wooing the industry for decades, is collaborating with the newbie Brad Pitt for obvious reasons to tailor a seven-piece capsule suit. The collaboration between these Gods of Fashion is titled ‘BP Signature’ (You know what I mean!).
The much talked seven-piece suit, the first collaborative effort of Pitt and the Roman fashion house which may soon be peeping from many eminents’ cupboard, consists of a pair of button-down charcoal suit, double splittable a sports jacket weaved with cashmere, fine cashmere made polo sweater, car coat, and undoubtedly a velvet lined evening jacket which would never miss the BP’s list.
BP’s events with Brioni
Brad Pitt turned up in the Golden Globe, 2020, flaunting Brioni’s woolen dinner suit and evidently, scored the attention; effortlessly becoming the talk-of-the-evening. The gossip-buzzes say that a three-piece portion of the collaborative capsule suit has been inspired by Pitt’s outfit of 92nd Academy Awards of 2020.
The design director of Brioni was seen exploding with pride while talking to the GQ of the partnership. He further added, the first output of the collaboration would not only prove to be comfortable it is also the other name for versatility: “It leaves ample room for the Brioni men to make its own statement in how to wear it”.
Wait! We are not into the ultimate unboxing of the plethora of surprises yet. Each wear of the seven-piece suit would come with BP’s signature stitch alongside the Roman Fashion House, Brioni.