Eidos Napoli x Eton of Sweden

The fine shirtmakers hailing from Sweden, Eton, teamed up with Italian sartorial brand Eidos Napoli to bring you a great a fall collection worth a much closer look. It’s limited, yes. But why so important? Because it takes signature details from each brand and seamlessly integrates them into Fall looks that are rooted in classic styles yet refined in pattern and cut.

Boasting a wide array of staples such as the unlined Navy Sport Coat, brown Double Breasted wool sport coat, blue herringbone twill flannel shirt, and a selection of knit ties and wool pocket squares, the collection also features some unique pieces that stand out amongst the rest.. A pinstripe 3-piece suit cut from wool flannel cloth from Vitale Barberis Canonico, one of the most well known fabric mills in Italy, is simply sublime. Another piece that stands out to us is the unlined, double-breasted Casentino Wool coat with Corozo buttons, a refined take on the classic overcoat.  Taking the layered look to a new level, this collection gives you the ability to easily mix and match pieces to create a perfect fall look. Each brand brings their very own unique design to the collaboration with Eidos bringing some of the finest tailored pieces mixed with the quality sportswear essentials we have grown to love from Eton.

“Eidos is clothing with soul, crafted with integrity to be a contemporary reflection of timeless Neapolitan style. By partnering with Eton, we are speaking to a shared customer – one who is interested in quality, craftsmanship and value – in a more meaningful way. We are excited to present this customer with a hand-picked selection of our signature tailoring and sportswear in conjunction with Eton’s fantastic shirt and tie offerings,” – Antonio Ciongoli, Creative Director at Eidos.

Scandinavian sprezzatura, is the correct term to define this great collaboration from Eton x Eidos Napoli. The collection will debut at Stockholm Fashion Week  August 27th and will then be available in pop up shops in Eton stores in New York and London in early September.

 

 

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Ryan Neeven

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