The British menswear industry has one of the richest heritages in the world, from bespectacled tailors stitching suits on Savile Row to rosy-cheeked harridans weaving heirloom tweed on the weather-beaten islands of the Outer Hebrides. By William Buckley
From raves to runways: William Buckley talks to Lulu Kennedy about the U.K. men’s fashion scene and the evolution of London Collections: Men.
William Buckley takes a look at the fashion direction of Ermenegildo Zegna Couture for spring/summer 2015.
Hot on the heels of their Venice, Calif. store opening in September, the Austin, Texas-based menswear retailer is expanding into Dallas.
The Expo Peru Trade Conference featured a forum with panelists from Mara Hoffman and Psycho Bunny, moderated by Doneger Group’s Tom Julian.
Pitti Uomo’s Raffaello Napoleone hosted a lunch for the press at Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria in New York to show off the Florentine trade show’s new initiatives.
William Buckley: Fashion is moving toward a less rigid, but definitively dressed up approach to tailored clothing that mirrors the ideals of the new consumer.
Haspel threw a New Orleans-style soiree and retrospective this week in the heart of New York’s Meatpacking District to celebrate 105 years in business.
The Italian brand Marni and NYC-based Hood By Air will produce special events at Pitti Uomo in January.
Founded in 2009, Illesteva glasses have established themselves as one of the most coveted eyewear brands in America. Handmade in France and Italy with the some of the world’s leading manufactures of luxury eyewear, Illesteva combines classic styles with contemporary downtown New York City aesthetics. These aesthetics are showcased in their first retail store at 49 […]