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Never again without … Le Smoking

“There is definitely a comeback of the idea of dressing well every day. Nowadays, suits can be worn for many occasions – to work or to school, to a dinner party or red carpet event.” Brunello Cucinelli Known as Le Smoking (in America best known as tuxedo) for its original English purpose, a suit intended for indoor use, it was strictly men’s property until 1966. That year Yves Saint Laurent presenting his Spring/summer collection invited women to get into Le Smoking look.  ...

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