At the latest Pitti Uomo, the co-founders Valentino & Nicola Ricci explained that the Sciamat's philosophy can be synthesized as follows: men differentiate each other not by following reality, but by acting according to their attitudes and by unveiling their personality; their actions are not driven by necessity but by a deep and secret attitude indeed: that kind of men are adding value to their life.
After carefully looking into ourselves, we got the very deep meaning of our acting and we are constantly observing how it’s evolving; we can see it moving forward with precision and punctuality. What you will appreciate as our “peculiar style” when looking at our clothes is just the style of our activity.
We are constantly looking forward to realize something new and original and we are not doing it in order to create a new trend but we do it as a natural reflex of our creativity, again a type of creativity you may find only in men who tend follow their star!
Sciamat suits are not for just anyone, they must be worn by the man with taste, temperament and personality. In a word, not just a simple suit but a matter of charisma, prestige and charm.
At PITTI 85 we were impressed by the the stand's appearance of Sciamat. What grabs your attention in the Sciamat booth is the strongly colored English tweed. Alongside a British painting depicting—not surprisingly—a hunting scene, prevails the single or double-breasted jacket, with four and even six buttons, forming a column rather than the customary diagonal design. Glenurquhart, the name of the fabric used for the vest, is also presented in strong colors which are conspicuously present under the single breasted jacket.
As this atelier has accustomed us, the ready-to-wear blazers from the new collection are light, thanks to the total absence of the internal canvas. They feature roped sleeves and important lapels. The Sciamat booth also presents solutions for the three different situations that a gentleman may face during his day: the dress suit, for galas or special occasions; the “spezzato,” or the unmatched suit, ideal for business meetings in small to medium companies or for courtroom hearings; and, lastly, the formal suit, for the most important occasions.