This pocket square is a real manifestation of #menswear-sprezzatura. It is inspired by Finnish art, handmade in Italy and features hand rolled edges. The lightweight wool-silk fabric makes this pocket square appropriate to wear year-round, from sunny summer days to dark and cold winter evenings.
The Symposium pocket square
We have aimed for a perfect size that is easy to fold and will keep its shape in your pocket through the day, no matter if you wear the square with a classic tv-fold or more casual puff–fold.
Finding your personal style is about creativity. The painting printed in the pocket symbolizes imagination, creation and the link between different forms of art and culture. It also combines dreams and reality. This pocket square is not just a piece of art, but also a reminder that real style is more than what can be seen.
The symposium is an Akseli Gallen-Kallela painting dating back to 1894. The group that appears in the picture is, from left to right,:Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Oskar Merikanto, Robert Kajanus and Jean Sibelius, all of whom ponder the mystery of life and art.
How to wear the symposium pocket square:
The blue and and burgundy colors of the Symposium pocket square make it easy to combine with multiple kinds of outfits. Go for a restrained look with a gray suit, white shirt, blue tie and a classic tv-fold that showcases the burgundy borders. For a more casual and vivid look, wear the square with a sprezzy puff fold with your brown linen sport coat.