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Italian luxury designer Stefano Ricci and his sons are playing at being kings for the day as they unveil their latest collection at the sumptuous Reggia di Caserta near Naples. Hopping into a horse-drawn carriage, they tour the royal palace's vast gardens at sunset, stopping to sip champagne as models in impeccably tailored suits in grain yellow, flaming red and galactic blue pose near an ancient fountain.The latest collection, which features pinstripe suits, colorful knitwear, field jackets and a tux, is dubbed "King for a Day".In an era where designer goods can be bought online or snapped up in outlets, Ricci offers the world's wealthiest men a personalized experience in buying Made in Italy items created using traditional Florentine sartorial techniques.Whether hankering after a 5,050 euro ($5,640) suede jacket or a 1,600 euro silk-and-crocodile baseball cap, the typical client is an alpha male, preferably an outdoorsy type with "a love of antique art," according to Stefano Ricci.
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