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Since 1956 MIRTO has sought to perfect the men’s dress shirt through impeccable quality fabric and form fitting design. Exclusive textiles, technology and artisan know-how combine to create a unique collection of formal men’s shirts for any professional’s wardrobe.

Comparable to brands such as Hugo BOSS, Ermenegildo Zegna and Armani Collezioni, MIRTO dress shirts are handmade in Italy and perfected by the same craftsman for the past 30 years. Once you own a MIRTO the feel becomes unmistakable.

MIRTO shirts authentically represent both classicism and modernity. Its designs stylishly reflect the more sophisticated fashion trends, always the best textiles, qualities and the brands signature design since its origins. But they also consciously meet the demands of the classic professional male look.

The MIRTO products are commercialized in more than 25 countries, in the best multibrand stores, in corners and own shop-in-shop at El Corte Inglés, and in prestigious boutiques and international chain stores.


CAPRI: THE NAME ITSELF EVOKES AN ETERNAL IMAGERY OF GLAMOUR THAT TRAVELS BACK IN TIME TO THE LEGENDARY 1960S THAT PROCLAIMED IT THE MUST-VISIT DESTINATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL JET SET. SINCE THEN THIS SMALL ISLAND HAS BEEN CHARMING THE WORLD WITH ITS ROMANTIC ATMOSPHERE, WITH THE HISTORY OF ITS PEOPLE, WITH THE UNIQUE STYLE OF ITS ARCHITECTURE AND WITH THE VITAL BEAUTY OF ITS NATURE. AND THE COLOURS AND PASSION OF CAPRI’S LANDSCAPE CAN BE FOUND IN THE PAL ZILERI SS 2011 COLLECTION. BLUES INSPIRED BY THE DISTINCTIVE SHADES OF THE SEA ARE MIXED WITH THE RED OF THE BACCARA ROSE, WITH THE BRILLIANT GREEN OF THE VEGETATION AND WITH THE EVER-PRESENT WHITE OF THE HOUSES LIT UP BY THE ISLAND’S UNIQUE SUNLIGHT. IN THE MORE CLASSIC THEMES, BLUE IS MIXED WITH ANTIQUE PINK IN AN ELEGANT WEAVE, WHILE THE ELEGANCE OF PEARL GREY IS ENHANCED BY SAGE GREEN OR WISTERIA. FINALLY, CHOCOLATE BROWN IS BLENDED WITH COBALT BLUE AND LIGHT BEIGE.

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LIGHTNESS AND TRADITION INTERACT IN DECONSTRUCTED SUITS WITH ULTRA-LIGHT CANVAS AND WIDE LAPELS THAT EVOKE HAND-TAILORED “NEAPOLITAN” STYLE. THE SAME BALANCE ALSO INSPIRES THE FABRICS, WHICH PROPOSE WIDE PINSTRIPES OR TONE-ON-TONE OVERCHECKS, ALSO WITH WOVEN EFFECTS, TO REACH NEW FINENESSES IN 150′S STRETCH IN EXCLUSIVELY PRODUCED FABRICS. IMPECCABLE COMFORT FOR THE CASUAL THEME. THE OFFER RANGES FROM KNIT EFFECT NATTE LINEN TO LUXURIOUS SOFT-TOUCH WOOL/LINEN OR STONEWASHED COTTON SEERSUCKERS. EVENING WEAR JACKETS ARE DOUBLE-BREASTED WITH REGULAR OR PEAK LAPELS. THE DETAILING OF THE TROUSERS MAKE AN ELEGANT DIFFERENCE: REVAMPED BY A PRINCE OF WALES OR CONTRASTING OXFORD TURN-UP, OR TREATED WITH A STONEWASHED EFFECT THAT PERSONALIZES THE DENIM WITH A NUANCE INSPIRED BY THE SALT OF CAPRI’S SEA. THE KNITS, IN LINE WITH THE SPIRIT OF THE COLLECTION, PROPOSE GARMENT-DYED STRIPES, WHILE THE SHIRTS CHOOSE PAISLEY PRINTS AND CONTRASTING DETAILS, CREATING LOOKS PERFECT FOR DRINKING COCKTAILS OVERLOOKING THE SEA. THE LEADING ROLE IS PLAYED BY “THE LIGHT”, WHICH MARKS A STRONG RETURN TO COLOURS, EMPHASIZED BY CONTRASTING COMBINATIONS OF FABRICS LIKE WOOL, LINEN OR SILK.


Truly authentic to its founders, Bogosse collection has created an unmistakable buzz and an undeniable imprint in the world of men’s fashion. Started by Patrick and Fabrice Tardieu in 2004, Bogosse fashion is comprised of the spirit of international travel, using European sensibility with a touch of island playfulness and American audaciousness.

The intent behind Bogosse clothing was to design a line that projects elegant versatility that easily moves from the boardroom to dinner to the night scene. Created with the intent of the metropolitan male, Bogosse men’s shirts are crafted with unique custom European fabrics and prints. Every shirt gives a slimming fit along with unique hand-finished stitching, crafted cuffs and collars. Every design is guaranteed to draw attention, either for its aesthetic appeal or its functional performance.

Worn by celebrities such as Usher, Ryan Seacrest and Samuel L. Jackson and featured in TV shows and runways across the world, the Bogosse collection is often imitated, but never duplicated. Made for the modern man, you won’t remember your wardrobe after wearing Bogosse.


Pal Zileri is a blend of elegance and the energy of vitality deep within its entrepreneurial passion. Always aspiring excellence in every stitch, the business vision that drives Pal Zileri is founded upon ethic, passion and skill; and it is in this balance that holds the key to their success.

Since 1970 Pal Zileri has dominated the classic fashion sector for fine Italian men’s suiting. The architecture of every suit is comprised of high quality fabrics, extreme attention to detail and handcrafted by generations of tailors. Pal Zileri discovered its heart beat on the streets of Quinto Vicentino, Italy and is a well known label in over 70 countries.

So, why do we carry the brand over other suit labels?

Pal Zileri operates by these core values:

  1. Essence
  2. Value
  3. Personality
  4. Commitment

The essence of the brand is to create an elegant style for men where they feel uncompromisingly classic, yet up to date. Pal Zileri believes in using high quality materials, refined craftsmanship and excellent service second to none. The personality that goes into the DNA of every suit is reliable, sought-after, linked to tradition yet selectively open to modern ideas. It promises an elegant, refined manner of dress, suitable for any occasion and delivers on that promise through creativity and research, remaining authentically an Italian label.

Pal Zileri suits are handmade at just 8 per day, delivering an extremely refined 2,000 suits per year from this sought-after Italian suit designer. Every suit goes through 165 manual operations and 15 stages in the course of being made up.

Using only the finest fabrics such as fine cashmeres, guanaco hair (the rarest and most expensive fiber from South America), mohair, angora, pure Super 150’s wool, silks and linens, Pal Zileri suits are unmatched for quality and shape.

The natural fabric underlayment creates the framework for the suit and ensures a sharp look and long lasting wearability. The shoulders are bolstered with pure cotton for a soft natural feel, and under-collar of pure cotton felt. The suit lining is bemberg with hand sewn sleeve lining at the armholes with an underarm lining.

Pockets are made of pure cotton hand stitched for reinforcement. Every suit has three inside pockets: two slit pocketsand an outside breast front pocket with a button hidden by a triangular flap. The right outside pocket has a smaller coin pocket. Buttons are 32 mm and either in shell or bone depending on the suit fabric. Sleeve cuff buttonholes can be opened upon request.

We all gain or lose a few inches throughout the year so Pal Zileri suits are designed with extra fabric within the seams that can be let in or out (4cm for the jacket, 5cm for the trousers and waistline, and 2cm a the crotch).

Using a classic tailoring system – jackets are not fused but rather the handcrafted internal canvas and internal stitching provides the fluidity and style to meet clients’ needs at the highest end of the quality spectrum.

All suits are inspected individually to guarantee quality and long lasting performance.


If you’re a jetsetter then you know how difficult it is to get through airport security these days, even if you are in business class. It’s important to pack efficiently so you don’t get stuck in-transit between flights. Unfortunately most guys use airport hassle as an excuse for not packing appropriately for the trip. Here’s a list of wardrobe must-haves that you don’t want to get stuck in baggage claim on your next business trip. The trick is compatibility and integration.

  1. The Shirt. The key with shirts is to pack something that will suit you both dressed up or casual. Many business trips result in moving straight from the meeting to dinner and drinks. Make sure your shirt is able to transition with you from a formal setting to potentially a very casual meal. Solid shirts always work great when you’re down to business but don’t leave much to the imagination when the tie and jacket are removed. Soft striped shirts can keep you looking sharp on both formal and casual territories. You can also go with a thin checkered pattern that will liven up a boardroom and keep you looking great at cocktails later that night.
  2. The Suit. My favorite choice for a suit is a 2-button navy suit because it works great with any type of shirt / tie combination. A solid staple to any traveling wardrobe. You can also save space in your bag by dry cleaning the pants and wearing them as a trouser or with a blazer for a new look without the extra hassle. Checkout our Pal Zileri section for staple suits that will end up being your go-to look whether you’re traveling abroad or at home.
  3. The Blazer. In my opinion the blazer is the most important addition to your wardrobe when traveling because it can be paired with most anything in your suitcase. The key to picking the right blazer is compatibility, so choose a color or pattern that works well with all the trousers and shirts you’re bringing with you. Depending on the color of the suit, a solid navy blazer with a light chalk pin stripe can go a long way. Sharpen it up with a brightly colored pocket square for a night out on the town with business partners or keep it low key for fine dining situations (more about pocket squares in a minute).
  4. The Tie. You an get away with a lot when it comes to shirt and tie combinations today because people expect you to be interesting in your selection beyond red or blue tie. Try including a swiss dot pattern if you’re wearing checkered shirts. Paisley or damask patterns work great with solid and striped shirts, depending on the color combination. If your audience is a bit fun loving try and go with a funky bow-tie that will keep people on their toes and will add some pizazz to an otherwise monotonous business trip.
  5. Pocket Squares. Always have at least two pocket squares in your bag, handy for any situation. A solid white or checkered pocket square look great with a navy blazer and can be a signature look for some. Also, think about colors you don’t normally wear that could spice up a blazer. If most of your wardrobe is blue, spring for a green or yellow patterned square. Combined with a conservative suit or blazer, a brightly colored square tells people you mean business but also know how to cut loose.
  6. Versatile Trousers. You would be surprised how many people pack a pair of slacks that have no chance of making it past the hotel room because they can’t combine with anything but your shirt and black lace up dress shoes. After your blazer, a nice pair of trousers can boost your wardrobe nicely. I always enjoy herringbone flat front pants in an earth tone. I can pair them easily with anything