Haspel Celebrates 105th Anniversary

Laurie Haspel Aronson

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.

Heritage, Reinvented


Karen Alberg Grossman: the Haspel spring 2015 presentation (in conjunction with Jockey and Esquire) reinforced their position as a fashion winner.

NY Market SS15 Day Two — Editor’s Picks


MR fashion director William Buckley continues his series on standout brands and items from the menswear trade shows, including CP Company, Haspel, 34 Heritage, David Hart and Bespoken.

What’s Coming for Fall: Press Review, Part Two

Robert Graham Suits

We sent our editorial assistant Stephen Garner to the Simon Miller, Robert Graham, Haspel and Slate & Stone fall press previews.

Modern Interpretation


Haspel, a brand known for its seersucker suits, is back with a contemporary collection designed by Shipley & Halmos for 2014.

In the Market: November 11

In the Market: Haspel

This week’s menswear market highlights from MR’s editors: Haspel, Kiton, Swims and VK Nagrani.

Haspel relaunching for spring 2014


Haspel, the iconic 104-year-old menswear brand famous for seersucker, is eschewing license partners and producing its own collection for spring 2014.

Haspel and John McCoy team up for sportswear


NEW YORK—Haspel has licensed Components by John McCoy, Inc. for a sportswear collection, the Haspel brand’s first. The sportswear collection will retail for between $89 and $150; the company says it will be available to retailers this July. “The sportswear license is yet another exciting step in Haspel’s evolution into a contemporary lifestyle brand,” commented […]