in reply to Dress Code
It's winter, and Ítre bien is the rule in this first eveningwear montage. Do I see Goodwill's of Pittsburgh? Green khakis with blue silk shirt, $6. Brown suede loafers over stunning white tube socks, $7. Sleek lines and a bold cut show us what's hot for the cold: take the pressure and throw it away. Conventionality belongs to yesterday.
Film Noir, or Ren Faire? This daring suede vest over bell sleeved linen shirt says Bilbo, but that black leather trenchcoat says Belzig. Matching leather shoes leave this Monk wrapped in dead animals and dressed to kill.
On the job... trademark cotton sweatpants with chic matching top, under yards of exquisite terrycloth robe. No-nonsense rawhide slippers are *so* de faveur; style is making it your own, and Petruchio is a man on a mission here.
What's this? Petruchio gives new meaning to "classic", in a full-circle cloak, black wool with arm slits, perfectly period for over a millenium. Knee-high boots complete the ensemble with a nod to 1530; this Man for all Seasons makes us scream for More. Very cavalier.
With this stunning collection, Petruchio affirms his position on the cutting edge of monastic fashion. This 29 year old technoweenie defines luxury with a take-no-prisoners style that says, "If you're not code, I don't care."