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NEIL BARRETT

The progressive designs by Neil Barrett are the result of a precise and accurate tailoring cut in the details and athletic elements that thanks to their combinations are committed to satisfying the diversity of the international markets while maintaining the distinct silhouette that distinguishes the brand itself. Neil Barrett boasts twenty years of designing in men's and women's fashion clothing, a tailoring work that goes back to a passion handed down by his grandfather and great-grandfather, both master tailors. The brand saw the opening of its first store in the trendy district of central Tokyo in Aoyama in 2001 and in January 2002 it became part of the Milanese fashion calendar with its men's collection with a gritty style which was then defined in 2005 by DNR. like a style "for real men". The Barrett style is the result of rigorous cuts that were used almost surgically on military-style garments in the tailors of his predecessors and of work experiences with important brands such as Gucci for which he was named "Senior Men's Designer" and Prada, to get to generate his own garments called “hybrid” because they were born, for example, from the union of a jacket, a biker bomber or a long coat that create overlapping games. The clothing responds to a "street-look" request with clean lines and monochromatic tones of black or chalk, it is a brand that reflects the needs that metropolitan life requires in a strictly minimalist perspective.

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The progressive designs by Neil Barrett are the result of a precise and accurate tailoring cut in the details and athletic elements that thanks to their combinations are committed to satisfying the diversity of the international markets while maintaining the distinct silhouette that distinguishes the brand itself. Neil Barrett boasts twenty years of designing in men's and women's fashion clothing, a tailoring work that goes back to a passion handed down by his grandfather and great-grandfather, both master tailors. The brand saw the opening of its first store in the trendy district of central Tokyo in Aoyama in 2001 and in January 2002 it became part of the Milanese fashion calendar with its men's collection with a gritty style which was then defined in 2005 by DNR. like a style "for real men". The Barrett style is the result of rigorous cuts that were used almost surgically on military-style garments in the tailors of his predecessors and of work experiences with important brands such as Gucci for which he was named "Senior Men's Designer" and Prada, to get to generate his own garments called “hybrid” because they were born, for example, from the union of a jacket, a biker bomber or a long coat that create overlapping games. The clothing responds to a "street-look" request with clean lines and monochromatic tones of black or chalk, it is a brand that reflects the needs that metropolitan life requires in a strictly minimalist perspective.

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