Commonwealth Proper Fall/Winter 2011 Collection

Commonwealth Proper have only been in the custom suiting game since 2009, but they have already garnered a slew of happy clients and a lot of positive feedback. Their Fall/Winter 2011 samples feature something special for virtually every well-dressed gentleman. Whether you prefer modern slim-cut suits in classic colours, or more daring pieces like the…

Club Monaco Spring 1 2012 Lookbook

Aaron Levine continues his reign on Club Monaco’s menswear design for yet another season. This spring you’ll see a return of the slim chino, quilted jackets, and a variety of cardigans and shawl collar sweaters. New this year is a boatload of collaborations with shoe veterans Tricker’s, Clarks and Rancourt. While the Wallabee has always…

Cantarelli Spring/Summer 2012 Collection

Cantarelli aim to inspire men to embrace color and patterns this spring with their extensive collection of statement making pieces. If you’re still too shy to be seen in coloured chinos, there’s a number of other ways to interject some panache upstairs. I’m particularly fond of the red check sport coat and white double-breasted blazer.…

Indochino The Steve Nash Collection

Indochino has just launched their Steve Nash collection online. If you’re looking for an entry-level suit that’ll make you fly like an eagle, this may be a good place to start. You’ll have to pardon the goofy, slapstick poses from the basketball veteran, of course. (Seriously what the hell was he thinking?) The Nailhead suit…

GANT Rugger Hopsack Blazer

Christopher Bastin (Chief Designer of GANT Rugger) knows a thing or two about the importance of well-made, classic garments. One of the greatest staple items that every man should have in his closet is a tailored navy blazer. Rugger’s version hits all the right notes in a bold way. While the one button front may…

Rose and Born Fall/Winter 2011

Stockholm’s menswear retailer Rose and Born have just released their fall/winter ’11 lookbook online showcasing their meticulously curated picks from some of the most respected brands in the suiting game. You’ll also notice some pieces from the store’s in-house suiting label peppered throughout the spread.

Video: Dana Lee NYC Behind the Scenes Spring/Summer 2012

Canadian designer Dana Lee just released a short film for her eponymous label showcasing a behind the scenes peak at her spring/summer ’12 Collection. This time there’s no shortage of blazers, chinos and safari shirts to go around. But more importantly, the video features a cameo by a super cute bird — let’s call him…

Band of Outsiders Three-Button Blazer

Pip the nautical look with this three button blazer from Band of Outsiders. A linen hopsack blend with half lining, it’s the ultimate beach accessory with lightweight construction, and a shell made to beat the heat. A great piece, with relaxed fit, Italian construction, and button-on-center sack suit style buttons, you can find it online…

Etro Plaid Seersucker Blazer

Etro puts a new spin on the classic seersucker, with this remarkable plaid seersucker blazer. Italian tailors take seersucker cotton and give it a unique plaid design, and cut it into a slender design, more familiar to the Europeans. A wonderful trans-Atlantic collaboration, available online now.

Timothy Everest Autumn/Winter 2011 Collection

Timothy Everest, the quintessential British tailor has just released this look at his Autumn/Winter 2011 collection. A protege of the iconic Tommy Nutter – who dressed acts like the Beatles – Tim, a former creative director of Daks, has carved out a substantial reputation of his own. A member of the MBE, he now dresses…

Ovadia & Sons Fall/Winter 2011 Lookbook

Continuing their excellence in menswear design, Ovadia & Sons’ f/w ’11 lookbook really sets off the versatility of their collection. The English Country cordoroy trousers, for example, look exceptional with a sport coat (as pictured) or would work equally as well with a cozy knit sweater. The contrast club collar shirt paired with tab closure…

Video: A Conversation with Nick Wooster

Whether you agree with Nick Wooster’s personal style choices is completely irrelevant. What’s relevant, however, is how well he understands the recent shift in menswear. He fully understands how the younger guy is more concerned about quality and how a garment is constructed then perhaps ever before. This video gives an introspective look into his…