Michael Peppas

Founder “Noble Death” | Art dealer | Architect

From Milan, London to LA, Michael Peppas spent the last decade of his life wandering the streets of all the style capital cities. An architect, art dealer, and lately a fashion blogger, he is a man who cares more for the suit itself than the person who made it. “I like Steve McQueen’s vintage style and old James Bond characters dapper looks. Men can be perfectly stylish from head to toe but also not afraid to get dirty.” And this is exactly how he describes his own style. Noble Vintage. Like the name of his blog. Noble Death represents the death of nobility but also the importance of having a noble life and a noble death as well. It’s a philosophy, the mood that he implements on everything he chooses to wear. “I don't really follow trends,I always follow timeless rules mixed up with new styles and ideas”. Favourite investment-worthy pieces? Classically handmade-crafted shoes from Santoni and elegantly chic Salvatore Ferragamo pochette tissues. “The old-time gentlemen used to carry guns as accessories, some of them they actually might still do, as for the rest of us the right belt, watch, tie or pair of gloves will do the job.”

Billionaire Italian Couture Leather-trimmed square-frame
Alexander McQueen Studded Double Monk-strap Brogues
Brunello Cucinelli Thin leather belt
Alexander McQueen Skull leather covered wrap bracelet
Alexander McQueen Beaded skull bracelet
Balenciaga Race runners
Cutler and Gross 0734 Aviator Blue