When we last saw L.B.M. 1911 Josh Peskowitz was raving about their unconstructed sportcoats and blazers. For those unaware, L.B.M. 1911 is the more "casual" (in the Italian sense, of course) collection by the Mantova based tailoring house Lubiam. Founded in 1911 by Luigi Bianchi, Lubiam has been making some of the finest tailored tailored clothing in Italy for 100 years. F/W 2011, and L.B.M. 1911 in general, is all about deconstructing the blazer as much as possible - it's the definition of dressed down tailoring. Honestly, these jackets are probably more analogous to the shirts and knits you already have in your wardrobe. The L.B.M. 1911 F/W 2011 shots below embody the majority of the ideas I've been pushing on this blog for a while now - mainly, casually dressing down sportcoats and blazers for every day wear. The styling below even brings to mind some of the heritage trends currently dominating the American menswear market. I guess that traces itself back to L.B.M. 1911's penchant for pushing the envelope considering many Italian tailoring houses have refused to acknowledge this movement. I know this look isn't for everyone, but it's something I think we can all appreciate, especially considering the sheer workmanship put into these pieces.