Originally established in the late 1980s by Citizens of Humanity founder Jerome Dahan, the premium denim label was relaunched a few seasons ago with a new focus.
His signature style of British dandyism meets Neapolitan tailoring meets Baroque influence can be seen throughout his line of beautiful three-piece suits, knitwear, denim trousers, and gilets.
Men are turning to jeans to add comfort, color, and individuality to their everyday wardrobes.
Innovations that allow for greater comfort are one key to why men are buying more shirts, ties and belts than in the past.
New to the MOVE section of Project Las Vegas this season is Perry Ellis’ line of activewear, which aims to be the meeting ground of both performance and function.
On a recent trip to Toronto, I had the pleasure of meeting with a trio of menswear innovators I’d heard much about over the years.
Changing customer behaviors and influences from the ‘90s are moving sportswear in a more active direction.
In our still very casual world, many retailers are seeing a long-overdue and much welcome resurgence in tailored clothing sales.
Despite much press about Amazon taking over the universe, independent stores are in a winning position.
We caught up with CEO Doug Williams to discuss the business’ growth, its relationship with Peerless Clothing, and its philosophy on selling direct to consumers.
This new form of “conversational commerce” can allow retailers to respond more quickly, yet personally, to their customers.
This informative and entertaining marketing tool by Vivek Nagrani is a delight to read and a perfect impulse purchase at the cash register.
For next year, men have a plethora of eyewear options to choose from, but if there’s one rule to follow, it’s start with color.
The president of Lord & Taylor, Liz Rodbell began her career in retailing over three decades ago as a dress buyer for the store. Since then, she has worked her way up the ranks to the top leadership.
A once divisive accessory returns to the runway and hits the streets in style.
With so much to see in three days, we scoured the show to find the most stylish, colorful, innovative, and luxurious apparel and accessories on display.
Founded by designer Luda Khanlari, this up-and-coming collection takes its inspiration from vintage items that Khanlari has collected over the years at the famous flea markets in Los Angeles.
The access to real-time data, with smart actionable analytics, provides small retailers with a gateway to the same resources that were previously only available to big-budget stores.
MR recently chatted with Seacrest about his fashion and skincare lines, his take on what male stars wear on the red carpet, and more.
Popular items in this collection include his banded collar shirts with rounded hems as well as the folk robe, which is based on an Asian-style kimono.