She’s one of Hollywood’s most in-demand stylists. And she is all about the socks.
Long-time supporter and friend of LSC, Ilaria Urbinati dresses A-listers like Ryan Reynolds, The Rock, Chris Evans, Oscar-winner Barry Keoghan and now you.
Polished yet playful, her third collaboration with us has just dropped and – may we be so bold as to say – it is an immediate classic. A seasonal selection of six sock designs, designed to add a splash of colour this summer, this second instalment of The Spotlight Collection is all killer and no filler.
From power pastels to vintage vibes and stand-out stripes, this collection is versatile and timeless, embodying Ilaria’s signature style and ready to help you channel a lighter, brighter wardrobe this spring and summer. Need some more trend direction?
“This collection is ideal for wearing with summer prints and relaxed silhouettes,” says Ilaria, who is also co-founder and editor-in-chief of LEO, an inspiring, tastemaking site for the modern man. “This season is all about an easy-going, effortless look.” She suggests woven polos, woven shoes and woven belts, espardrilles and ’50s box cut short sleeve shirts (“a la Talented Mr. Ripley”). Pleated trousers and elevated t-shirts.
“I pick socks carefully around the colour and vibe of the outfit and the setting of the event my client is going to, be it sitting down on a talk show or a walking shot on a red carpet,” Ilaria once explained to us. “There is just something about that little pop of colour. That great walking shot with a little blast of pattern or a shock of colour that makes the outfit that much cooler. Or when you see a guy sit down and suddenly you see he’s got cool socks on – especially well made chic socks like London Sock Company socks – you automatically feel like this is a guy who knows what’s up in the men’s style game.”
Available as a six-pair gift box, two 3-pair sets (Melrose Classics and Walk of Fame) or as individual pairs, The Spotlight Collection II joins Ilaria’s autumn/winter offering of The Spotlight Collection.
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