The Italians are noted for their ability to breathe new life into old things, for example, Diane Lane. End of examples. Breathing new life into an American classic not irrationally obsessed with Marcello, B.D. Baggies.
Founded here in the US of A in 1919, this defunct American classic's been revived by an Italian Co. (with help from a NY designer), and has just dropped a cooler-weather collection of straight-forwardly refined jackets, knits, and their signature cotton button-ups that're pre-laundered -- cuz everyone knows, Italians are great at laundering stuff before it goes into the market. Options on those include the red w/ white/blue checks Legend Oxford; the not-Oxford 1986 washed poplin that comes in a bunch of plaids or solid brick/black chambray; and the versatile BD Foundry Oxford dress-shirt w/ a hood, as long as your "'hood" is Medina. Heavier tops range from the epaulet'd military-style Flannel Shirt Jacket, to a 9-gauge long-sleeve Cashmere sweatshirt, to a zip-up Fleece hoodie that's jersey-lined, so it's always talking about putting Vaseline on its face, taking its earrings out, putting its hair up and beating the crap out of her
BD also slings bottoms (the relaxed cotton Home Body Pant), and Jersey cotton basics/accessories like scarves, a solid long-sleeve polo, and the button-collared Henley -- who is also noted for his ability to breathe new life into old things -- here's looking at you, Glenn Frey!