Every 12 months in Taipei, round seven-hundred males of every age take to the streets clad in suits in a large style of colors, styles, patterns and duration for Suit Walk, a party of the beauty of masculinity. Some Taiwanese see the event, which started in 2014, because of the island’s model of Pitti Uomo, the men’s fashion truthful in Italy.
“Suit Walk originated from a reunion of match fanatics to share their mutual passion for well-tailored outfits in its early days. However the occasion has now morphed into a mild however huge-scale social motion for style,” says Brian Shih, the occasion founder, and former Greater China education manager for London-based Gieves & Hawkes, one of the global’s oldest bespoke tailoring agencies, and for the French logo Cerruti 1881.
When it comes to suits, we don’t endorse severe-looking attire. Through Suit Walk, we attempt to present our unique selves to the sector. For many years, the Taiwanese economic system was driven with the aid of a military of specialists who worked in production and hello-tech industry, says Blues To, editor-in-leader of men’s way of life mag GQ Taiwan, the co-organiser of Suit Walk. For the maximum component, formal fits weren’t deemed vital or practical office attire,” he says. “[This] contrasts with [the norms] of Hong Kong, where economic and expert services are successful and formal fits are widely conventional as workplace get dressed to code. As Taiwan diversifies its economic system to include services industries, demand for suits has risen – not best to wear at work; however additionally as part of free clothes, To says. Bespoke tailoring manufacturers have emerged in Taiwan to meet the demands of a younger generation pursuing individualism and self-expression.