According to some elderly milanese gentlemen, it formerly was the only way to access the Isola neighbourhood from the city (hence, maybe, the name of the area). Today, the Eugenio Bussa overpass, with a bicyle lane and, fortunately, few cars, is in the middle of an eternal open-sky and post-modern building area and yet is location of various design festivals and cultural initiatives. This time I opted for an unstructured blazer with patch pockets by L.B.M. 1911, sportive line of Lubiam Cremona brand, that just last year turned 1 century. Their blazers have perfect wearability and a good quality price ratio.