Autumn has finally arrived and we have decided to look back on the summer of 2018 and the months of August and September with a selection of magazines from around the world that have talked about Xacus shirts, anticipating the new collections and the latest trends. Are you ready for the tour?
From Italy to Greece, the August press review opens with a wonderful shoot in beautiful Tuscany by Gentlemen: a layered look where the checked cotton shirt is the key element of the outfit. In the same edition the magazine dedicates a column to the traveller recommending men's shirts from the Xacus Heritage Winter 2018 collection as essential items, the capsule collection with cuts similar to ‘40s and ‘50s American outdoor shirts.
Whereas in the Messaggero, the spotlight is on a womenswear summer wardrobe classic: the tunic. The Xacus model is taken as an example of a long shirt with side slits that can be used both as a kaftan for the beach and as part of an elegant outfit for the evening. Lastly, in the Summer Trends column of the Greek edition of Esquire, the striped button-down shirt is the star of the preppy look for men.
And in September what do the fashion magazines have to offer? Lightweight flannels, velvets and cottons. The Xacus Heritage Autumn-Winter 2018 capsule collection men’s shirts feature in Italian magazines such as Gentleman, Sole 24 Ore’s How to spendit, Icon and Dresscode. In the Corriere della Sera Style magazine and the Spanish edition of Gentleman a more elegant man is featured in white cotton shirts teamed with suits, coats, chinos and elegant shoes. In Lampoon Italia, a checked shirt is tied around a girl’s waist for a rebellious look, while in the Spanish editions of Glamour and Telva there is a column on magenta and tartan. The Italian Tu Style anticipates the Wild West trend, the blue velvet shirt completes a rodeo girl outfit. The press overview finishes with a look at Spring-Summer 2019: the Italian magazine Fashion has chosen light blue and white striped blouses with a boat-neck for a preview of next season’s womenswear collections, while the Korean magazine Leon has a special feature on Pitti Uomo, focusing on the Hawaiian men’s shirts and the Heritage bowling collection.
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