We have already discussed the Italian brand in a previous blog post, an history with a lot of details that we recommend you to read.
Here, no history, no erudition, or maybe so, but an erudition all centered on the looks and the label’ s items. In image.
What characterizes President’s the most is the quality of fabrics used, the research of details and the manufacturing itself. We are in the presence of high-end clothing and this is one of the reasons why we love the brand at Graduate.
The influences are stamped preppy and americana, with a je-ne-sais-quoi of “folkloric”. We are often on mohair or shetland wool, subtly brushed to offer a more “authentic” touch.
This is also one of the qualities of Guido Biondi‘s label. The impression of being in front of clothes that are quite contemporary, and yet seem to have always been there.
There is no question of vintage here. And, while a signature piece like the varsity jacket seems to echo the varsity style of yesteryear, the quality of craftsmanship on this one far exceeds those of the time.
In this, the Italian label can be likened to The Real McCoy’s, the famous high-end Japanese brand. But with the added originality for our friends at President’s.