Blue from morning to night, from fashion to luxury
Suitable for every occasion: Klein Blue, celebrated by summer 2018 fashion for men on all the international catwalks and in store windows. Coincidence would have it that this year marks the 90th anniversary of the birth of the famous artist, Yves Klein, with a retrospective to his memory at Blenheim Palace in Woodstock, ongoing until the end of next October.
Blue is a shade for the male wardrobe that is always modern, no matter the age, donating sobriety, class and elegance while still following trends and making a welcome change from the more classic black or brown.
To the eye, blue is one of the most restful colours and it is no coincidence that it is largely the businessman's choice. By definition, this colour is one of the psychological primaries, evoking mental energy, tranquillity, tolerance and sentimental profoundness. Moreover, it would seem to offer its best in the evening as an alternative to chic.
And if fashion launches trends, the luxury world does not wait in the wings: in fact, Paiget's "Altiplano" ultra-thin, 2.3 mm watch is blue, with automatic mechanical movement and 43 mm diameter, white gold case. An elegant mixture of dark cobalt blue for the dial and gold pointers. A transparent back cover for admiring the finishings decorating the movement and gold oscillating weight.
On the other hand, Rolex Deepsea has launched the new diving watch par excellence with a dark blue dial, as already appeared in the model for Cameron. The water resistance of this 2018 version reaches as deep as 3,900 metres while the rotating bezel for calculating immersion time is in hi-tech ceramic. The case has a button for ejecting helium and a steel bracelet, certified automatic movement and superb stopwatch.