Luca Rubinacci

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Heir to his grandfather's tailoring dynasty and founder of the Rubinacci's three-year-old ready-to-wear line, the Italian designer is a regular on street style blogs around the world thanks to his signature Neapolitan style, documented most notably by The Sartorialist's Scott Schumann.

Whether he's hitting Pitti in an electric blue bespoke suit or the New York shows in windowpane check, there isn't a colour or pattern the man can't pull off. However, these bold looks are not ones he expects his ever growing client list - including Bryan Ferry and fellow street style fodder Lapo Elkann -...

Anna Dello Russo

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Anna Dello Russo is the editor at large and creative consultant for Vogue Japan. She spent 18 years at Condé Nast Italia as Fashion Editor at Vogue Italia and serving as Editor of L'Uomo Vogue from 2000-2006. Anna was born in Bari, and currently lives in Italy, Milan. She is described as a "passionate fashionista" and has been described by Helmut Newton as a "fashion maniac". Dello Russo is often featured in popular street style blogs The Sartorialist and Jak & Jill.

She is said to own over 4,000 pairs of shoes and she has two apartments, one...

Alessandro Squarzi

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Alessandro Squarzi, born in Forlì in 1965, is an Italian entrepreneur in the fashion industry, a talent scout and one of the most photographed men by street style bloggers around the world. His activity in the fashion business starts in the 90s.

First as boutique manager, then as an experienced salesman Squarzi cultivated his passion for fashion. He’s not only a brilliant business man, he also understood before others the potential of some of today’s well-known brands, that at the time were still finding their spot in the industry.

From the early 2000s, Alessandro Squarzi has...

Giovanna Battaglia Engelbert

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A street- style phenomenon, designer muse and a fashion editor for W and Japanese Vogue, she lives between New York, Stockholm and, most recently, a pile in the Oxfordshire countryside. Married to Swedish property developer Oscar Engelbert, the word ‘glamorous’ doesn’t even cover it, but what she’s not is a show-off – it’s never, as she puts it, ‘Ah, look at that beetch in those expensive clothes!’ –more, this is who I am and what I love so if you like it, come along for the ride.

Her first fashion gig was with a magazine called Pig, located...