The speakers were a diverse group of retailers with two common denominators: the courage to change, and a passion for the business that is virtually contagious.
The over 100-year-old Japanese underwear manufacturer is officially launching sales in the U.S. for the spring ’19 season.
It was a terrific spring ‘19 Chicago Collective with retailers in an upbeat mindset and vendors showing some fabulous product.
Given the brand’s Scandinavian roots, it’s not surprising Selected Homme has a cool, updated approach to men’s contemporary fashion.
Change is tough, but change we must.
MR recently spoke to Maridueña about his interest in fashion, favorite brands, and recent splurges.
With an exhibitor count of 350 for the upcoming August show and 247,000 square-feet of show space, the Chicago show has boosted its reputation, and its returns.
There were many fabulous collections from Italy we loved at last week’s Project show.
In 2014, Heino Putnai came up with a new fashion concept for knits, inspired by jersey jackets and jog-pants, and has since grown the business to more than 900 accounts worldwide.
Here are seven items we found at the recent MRket/Project show in New York that will add some zip next spring.
The mood was upbeat at last week’s New York Project and MRket shows as retailers from across the country showed up with optimistic attitudes and increased open-to-buy.
Men’s fashion influencer Adam Gonon gives us his top picks and highlights from last week’s MRket trade show in New York.
Now four years old, with stores in Bondi, Mosman, and Miranda, Australia, the Sydney-based men’s and women’s brand has landed stateside for the first time thanks to a collaboration with SoulCycle.
MR recently caught up with Dixon on his personal style, his challenges he faced while building the brand, and one of his most memorable moments in his career.
MR recently spoke to Potvin about his favorite stores and designers, his growing shoe collection, and his tips on how men can look their best!
Well known for his outgoing personality, beautiful clothing, fabulous parties, and an uncanny ability to connect with people, Gianluca Isaia is the epitome of Italian elegance and effervescence.
In five years, twins Alex and Mike Faherty have catapulted their namesake brand to national success.
The collection, comprising woven shirts, fine knitwear, sportcoats and outerwear, will be available exclusively online and only to those who join “Robert’s Club”.
Check out a few Italian lines we discovered this week at two showrooms in New York City.
In general, price ranges range from $45 to $360 for small leather goods and $380 to $1,550 for bags.