Massimo Piombo, a fixation of fashion editors, if not a household name, can make the elegant seem esoteric and the esoteric elegant. He has had many micro-achievements. Among them, he says, was being at the forefront of bringing the pajama shirt out of the bedroom and into the working world. His label, MP Massimo Piombo, can be found in a new store in a tall, mostly windowless building in the bougie-bohemian Brera neighborhood of Milan. It is a temple to such achievements. Its interiors are waters-of-Capri blue, and it seems on point of being overwhelmed by the arching boughs of its potted plants. Read more at The New York Times.