As the overall climatic situation improves all over Europe, the warm weather brings us a lot of thirst.
Some have thirst and they fight it with a Martini, others stick to Limoncello or Granita and others just make ties from it.
Always made by hand, always with vintage looks and always with compliments (dedicated to the fighting Dutchman and Red or Dead Moscow infiltrator).
I found a few images of some casual Rubinacci numbers, mostly linnen or cotton and silk blends.
The Royal Philharmonic Society’s Young Artists’ Award which my great friend, the immensely talented pianist Igor Levit received during the RPS Gala at the Dorchester’s Ballroom in London.
Oh, and another random Cognac Cocktail; that was obviously me (still deserved after being a good boy this term at uni/not even trying to stir my drinks with that Lyra).
A slightly hung-over, post-Gala Igor wearing casual Finamore MTM, contemplating The Telegraph’s most recent article about his work.
To keep the sartorial theme:
Beethoven’s pedal markings which Igor mentions in the interview sometimes cause him to scratch his shoes big-time while performing – but that does not prevent him from wearing handmade footwear.