Along the River Thames, through East London’s docklands, British heritage brands meet the next generation.
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
London-born model Cara Delevingne, 22, is appearing as the face of DKNY’s women’s wear and menswear.
We pick the 10 products essential to the preppy lifestyle, from boat shoes to bow ties, belts to blazers.
Elise Diamantini on how a timeless trend is capturing the attention (and disposable income) of younger consumers.
Jeremy Stewart, Lila Stewart and John Veatch started Hari Mari to fill an unmet need for a premium, quality-made flip-flop with a pop of color.
Designer Sebastien Durelli and sales and marketing executive Mattia Cisari launched their vintage-inspired eyewear brand Ross & Brown two years ago after a fateful conversation.
Brett Johnson, who calls Sam Edelman and Morris Goldfarb mentors, launched his collection of knits, trousers and outerwear in December 2013.
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.
Hot on the heels of their Venice, Calif. store opening in September, the Austin, Texas-based menswear retailer is expanding into Dallas.