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…

Gentry Fall/Winter 2011 Collection

Los Angeles based men’s accessories company Gentry are making things easier for picking out your suiting accessories. The Gentry collection is available as a set, which includes a necktie and pocket square, as well as a full set of jewelry (tie pin, tie clip and collar clip) starting at $255. However, if you’d like to…

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.…

Video: Modasuite Presents The Men of New York

Modasuite have selected six style conscious men to be a part of their Men of New York campaign. Each video captures the unique, individual personalities of the men featured. It’s actually a breath of fresh air that the context of the videos is focused less on the clothing they’re wearing and more on their own…

Alfred Dunhill Fall/Winter 2011 Lookbook

London clothier Alfred Dunhill has really stepped up their already renowned style with the release of their Fall/Winter 2011 lookbook. While still holding firm to refined, classic English style, the label has brought a more contemporary fit to the mix, so while you have classically large tie-knots, the overall suiting maintains a perfectly slim silhouette.

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…

Video: Club Monaco Made in the USA

What do you get when you pair mass retailer Club Monaco with menswear juggernaut Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean? A made in the USA collection. Naturally this collaboration for CM is all about preserving hard working, skilled Americans whose jobs rest heavily on whether or not manufacturing is taking place in US. There’s always…

Luigi Borrelli Fall/Winter 2011 Collection

There’s something oddly familiar about Luigi Borrelli’s fall/winter ’11 collection. But be that as it may, there is a vast array of quality garments to be had here by all sartorially inclined gentlemen. The fact that the majority of these garments are designed in neutral colours makes mixing these pieces that much easier. You could…

Apolis Fall/Winter 2011 Lookbook

Apolis took a slightly new direction this year with their autumn offerings. Their partnership with new manufacturers from across the globe has allowed them to achieve the level craftsmanship the company has always longed for. This particular lookbook is peppered with subtle hints of suiting elements, but ultimately relies heavily on neutral basics and knits.…

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.

Versace for H&M Campaign Preview

Collaborating with H&M on an upcoming capsule collection, Versace has just released this campaign preview, giving us an idea of what to expect from this bold brand. The result is pretty much what we’d expect, with brash cuts meeting bold patterning. Featuring River Viiperi, with photography from Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot, this campaign is…