Monday, February 8, 2010


The Paninaro scene developed in tandem with the vapid hedonism of the 80s, fostered by Reaganomics, Thatcherism and deregulation liberism and was eagerly embraced by the sons of well-to-do professionals who benefitted from the widening gulf between high-income families and salaried workers.

The Paninaro look's cornerstones were: Timberland boots or deck shoes, Armani jeans rolled up to ankle height, El Charro belts with Texan or western-style big buckles, Best Company sweatshirts, bulky Moncler jackets and brightly colored Invicta rucksacks.

Other popular items were Ray-Ban sunglasses, Naj-Oleari, Fiorucci and Moschino accessories, Controvento and CP Company clothing.

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