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ALESSANDRO SQUARZI

Alessandro Squarzi Issue X. Vol. 2

With Alessandro Squarzi, KO, Scott Schuman 'The Sartorialist', Max Poglia, J. Livingston and Julio Gamboa.

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Vol.2

ALESSANDRO SQUARZI

Vol.2

For the second volume of our Alessandro Squarzi special, we asked Japanese street photographer KO to follow him down to the Rose Bowl Flea Market in Pasadena, where he often hunts down antiques and vintage clothing. From California, we went to the Knickerbocker Manufacturing Company (KMFG) in Brooklyn, where we brought together Squarzi, KMFG’s menswear designer Andrew J. Livingston and Max Poglia, the king of the handcrafted knives, for a unique editorial shot by Julio Gamboa, featuring items from FORTELA, Alessandro Squarzi’s clothing brand. Last, but not least, we sneaked into the Instagram accounts of Squarzi’s friends, picking their most memorable photos in order to pay homage to their amazing friendship and unparalleled style.


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