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Pini Parma

Solaro Suit

$1,020
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Made in:
Naples, Italy
Made with:
100% wool
Feels like:
a second skin
Perfect for:
an elegant look

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Made in Naples, Italy

Made with 100% wool

Feels like a second skin

Perfect for an elegant look

Fabric by a very fine mill

The fabric used here is a 100% wool Solaro fabric by Fratelli Tallia Delfino that weighs 230 gr/mt. In a local area steeped in most ancient traditions of wool production, where water flows with a special purity, the Fratelli Tallia di Delfino wool mill was established, giving rise to the celebrated fabric brand dedicated to men's high fashion, and well-respected throughout the world for its extensive experience in fine drapery. Its long history, small dimensions, sourcing of the finest raw materials and application of the best of the 'Made in Biella' tradition have made Tallia di Delfino a true excellence of Italian drapery. The Italian tailoring heritage is intertwined with the refined taste and excellence of the raw materials, creating an unmistakable style.

About the Solaro fabric

Solaro fabric was the first technical fabric created by man. It is the Italo-British doctor Louis Westenra Sambon, specialist in tropical diseases, who in the early twentieth century around 1907 developed this magic beige / khaki armor on the outside, but with a red protective layer inside for the British soldiers. According to the legend, the red frame that runs through the fabric is capable of neutralizing UV rays and dissipating heat. The solaro is historically a British invention, but as today it is associated with Italy, as Gianni Agnelli willingly wore it. Beige, with herringbone patterns, its great feature is its red weft reflecting light. By capturing the rays of light, the fabric will restore a multitude of colored reflections that will vary depending on the angle from which it is viewed. Usually, you can see shades of beige, green, red, or a combination of all of them. And that is what makes the solaro a very unique fabric.

Expert Italian Tailors

To manufacture this elegant suit, Pini Parma chose expert Italian tailors who still use traditional handcrafted techniques. It is a half canvas suit, completely made in Italy by renowned tailors who produce men suits for the world's most prestigious fashion houses. The canvas is applied from the shoulder by the underside of the jacket to the middle of the chest, and for this reason, it is called "half canvas". This type of construction provides structure, elegant fluidity, comfort, and breathability.

 
SIZE & FIT
Drop 6 (semi-slim fit)
High-rise trousers with a slim fit cut
Fits true to size
Model wears: 48 (IT-EU) / 38 (US-UK)
Model's height: 183 cm / 6'0"
 
DETAILS & CARE
Natural shoulders (no padding) and "Barchetta" pocket
Lapel of 9.5 cm
Milanese buttonhole on the lapel (Asola Milanese)
Working buttonholes
Three-roll-two buttoning
Patch pockets
Unlined
Large extended tab fastening belt
Single pleat and side adjusters

Dry clean only
 
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Fabric by a very fine mill

The fabric used here is a 100% wool Solaro fabric by Fratelli Tallia Delfino that weighs 230 gr/mt. In a local area steeped in most ancient traditions of wool production, where water flows with a special purity, the Fratelli Tallia di Delfino wool mill was established, giving rise to the celebrated fabric brand dedicated to men's high fashion, and well-respected throughout the world for its extensive experience in fine drapery. Its long history, small dimensions, sourcing of the finest raw materials and application of the best of the 'Made in Biella' tradition have made Tallia di Delfino a true excellence of Italian drapery. The Italian tailoring heritage is intertwined with the refined taste and excellence of the raw materials, creating an unmistakable style.

About the Solaro fabric

Solaro fabric was the first technical fabric created by man. It is the Italo-British doctor Louis Westenra Sambon, specialist in tropical diseases, who in the early twentieth century around 1907 developed this magic beige / khaki armor on the outside, but with a red protective layer inside for the British soldiers. According to the legend, the red frame that runs through the fabric is capable of neutralizing UV rays and dissipating heat. The solaro is historically a British invention, but as today it is associated with Italy, as Gianni Agnelli willingly wore it. Beige, with herringbone patterns, its great feature is its red weft reflecting light. By capturing the rays of light, the fabric will restore a multitude of colored reflections that will vary depending on the angle from which it is viewed. Usually, you can see shades of beige, green, red, or a combination of all of them. And that is what makes the solaro a very unique fabric.

Expert Italian Tailors

To manufacture this elegant suit, Pini Parma chose expert Italian tailors who still use traditional handcrafted techniques. It is a half canvas suit, completely made in Italy by renowned tailors who produce men suits for the world's most prestigious fashion houses. The canvas is applied from the shoulder by the underside of the jacket to the middle of the chest, and for this reason, it is called "half canvas". This type of construction provides structure, elegant fluidity, comfort, and breathability.

 
SIZE & FIT
Drop 6 (semi-slim fit)
High-rise trousers with a slim fit cut
Fits true to size
Model wears: 48 (IT-EU) / 38 (US-UK)
Model's height: 183 cm / 6'0"
 
DETAILS & CARE
Natural shoulders (no padding) and "Barchetta" pocket
Lapel of 9.5 cm
Milanese buttonhole on the lapel (Asola Milanese)
Working buttonholes
Three-roll-two buttoning
Patch pockets
Unlined
Large extended tab fastening belt
Single pleat and side adjusters

Dry clean only
 

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