As the 88th edition of the Florentine fair draws closer, the buzz surrounding the increasingly extensive and astonishing lineup of events has begun with a considerable bang. The headliner, the menswear guest designer, who will succeed the likes of Marni, Z Zegna, Diesel Black Gold and Kenzo, will be storied Italian fashion …
Karen Murray, president of VF Sportswear and chair of the board of The Marfan Foundation, hosted the annual Heartworks Gala last week at Cipriani, raising over $1.2 million to help provide education, patient support and research for people living with Marfan syndrome and related disorders. Marfan syndrome is an inherited …
With spring ’16 suits and sportcoats both deconstructed and in luxe lightweight fabrics, a stylish menswear escape is more effortless than ever. Nestled in Mexico between a tropical jungle and the Caribbean sea, Sanará luxury curative boutique hotel is an ideal getaway, and since Cockpit USA and Sportswear International alum Rudy …
Dsquared2’s dynamic duo, Dean and Dan Caten, were joined by fashion’s finest and a bevvy of celebrities, like supermodel Chanel Iman, at their new West Broadway store.
William Buckley on his favorites from Capsule, including knits from Barque, Naadam and Chamula.
William Buckley reviews some of the brands that stood out at MRket Las Vegas, including Mayser Headwear, Boston Traders, Beretta, Richard Choi and more.
Since the launch of MR in the 1990s, trends like shell suits, shin-length shorts and wallet chains have all come, and thankfully, gone. In honor of our 25th Anniversary, here are 25 must-have items for fall 2015.
Topman creative director Gordon Richardson on the growing interest in menswear and fostering emerging design talent.
William Buckley picks standout brands from Project NYC, including Vince, Craft Atlantic, Stof and Noah Waxman.
William Buckley: Filled with innovative brands from fashion hubs like London, Paris, Seoul, Copenhagen and Brooklyn, Capsule’s the cool kids’ camp.
In the first of a series of show reports, MR fashion director William Buckley discusses some of the standout brands at MRket New York, including Di Maestro (pictured), Smathers & Branson, Mother Freedom and Brett Johnson.
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
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.