Albini

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Business a Milano

This collection focuses on the classic shirtings in the business formal environment, inspired by Italian entrepreneurs and businessmen, who dress with elegance and style. Experience substantial twills, herringbones, tonal stripes, royal oxfords and more in whites, blues and light pinks. Perfect for work shirts to go under any suit. 


L'aperitivo in Piazzetta

Inspired by the Italian "piazza" -- aka, town square -- this collection features shirting that wears with ease. Perfectly pairs with sport coats and casual suits. A wider range of hues that go beyond business formal and more patterns, too. Also features fabrics that have stretch and silk shirting for a sense of dégagé eveningwear.


L'opera alla Scala

Shirting fit for attending the opening night at the opera or any black tie affair. Features 67 different white shirting fabrics, plus a handful of fabrics in midnight navy and black. For formal shirting, look only to this book.


In Barca a Portofino

For the Italian summers, linen shirting is perfect for the warm-weather holiday, which inspires this collection. Incredible selction of solids, stripes and checks in brilliant colors. Also, a good amount of cotton-linen blends for those wishing to have a bit more formality and yet remain cool under the summer sun and heat. 


Nel Fine Settimana

Driving in the countryside during the fall in an Italian sportscar is the inspiration for this seasonal book. Darker and more saturated coloring along with tighter checks and stripes with a bit more thickness defines this collection. And a healthy selection of rare oxford cloth in not just solids and stripes, but also checks and rare colors -- perfect for the oxford-cloth button-down collar lover.


Moda Italiana

Design, fashion, poetry and painting come together in this collection brought about by the creative process to show shirting that is unique and new. Call it contemporary, modern or even eccentric, these shirts each have something rare to offer. Wear them under a dark suit to make it appear less "business" and more "going out". Or wear them with denim or under knitwear. It's your opportunity to continue the creativity of this book.