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"Being perfectly well-dressed gives one a tranquillity that no religion can bestow." - Ralph Waldo Emerson.

"A man with a good coat upon his back meets with a better reception than he who has a bad one." - Dr. Johnson.

FASHION DESIGN is the art of the application of design and aesthetics or natural beauty to clothing and accessories. Fashion design is influenced by cultural and social latitudes, and has varied over time and place. Fashion designers work in a number of ways in designing clothing and accessories. Some work alone or as part of a team. They attempt to satisfy consumer desire for aesthetically designed clothing; and, because of the time required to bring a garment onto the market, must at times anticipate changing consumer tastes.

FASHION DESIGNERS attempt to design clothes which are functional as well as aesthetically pleasing. They must consider who is likely to wear a garment and the situations in which it will be worn. They have a wide range and combinations of materials to work with and a wide range of colors, patterns and styles to choose from. Though most clothing worn for everyday wear falls within a narrow range of conventional styles, unusual garments are usually sought for special occasions, such as evening wear or party dresses.

Some clothes are made specifically for an individual, as in the case of haute couture or bespoke tailoring. Today, most clothing is designed for the mass market, especially casual and every-day wear.

HAUTE COUTURE (French for "high sewing" or "high dressmaking") refers to the creation of exclusive custom-fitted clothing. Haute couture is made to order for a specific customer, and it is usually made from high-quality, expensive fabric and sewn with extreme attention to detail and finished by the most experienced and capable seamstresses, often using time-consuming, hand-executed techniques. Couture is a common abbreviation of haute couture and refers to the same thing in spirit.

It originally referred to Englishman Charles Frederick Worth's work, produced in Paris in the mid-nineteenth century. In modern France, haute couture is a "protected name" that can be used only by firms that meet certain well-defined standards. However, the term is also used loosely to describe all high-fashion custom-fitted clothing, whether it is produced in Paris or in other fashion capitals such as Milan, London, New York and Tokyo.

PRÊT-À-PORTER or READY-TO-WEAR (often abbreviated RTW; "off-the-rack" or "off-the-peg" in casual use) is the term for factory-made clothing, sold in finished condition, in standardized sizes, as distinct from made to measure or bespoke clothing tailored to a particular person's frame. Off-the-peg is sometimes used for items which are not clothing.

Ready-to-wear has rather different connotations in the spheres of fashion and classic clothing. In the fashion industry, designers produce ready-to-wear clothing intended to be worn without significant alteration, because clothing made to standard sizes fits most people. They use standard patterns, factory equipment, and faster construction techniques to keep costs low, compared to a custom-sewn version of the same item. Some fashion houses and fashion designers produce mass-produced and industrially manufactured ready-to-wear lines, while others offer garments that, while not unique, are produced in limited numbers.

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  • Beau Brummell.
  • 6 menswear trends to take note of in 2023 - "We’ve scoured the menswear shows at Milan, Paris and Pitti Uomo - and here are the big AW23 trends we noticed on the catwalks..."
  • 11 Best Tennis Sweaters to Wear On & Off the Court - "If tennis skirts were the wardrobe must-have of summer, then these knits will no doubt be the trend of fall."
  • 25 Best Blazers for Men in 2023 - "Every Man Needs a Blazer. Here Are 25 of the Best." Esquire.
  • 30 best men's fashion websites - The Telegraph.
  • 34 Clothing essentials for every man's wardrobe - "Want to build a wardrobe of clothing essentials that aren’t dictated by seasonal fashion trends? Take a tip from GQ’s clothing essentials capsule."
  • 2023: SHARPEN UP YOUR LOOK WITH THE BEST BLAZERS FOR MEN - "We go beyond the format of the humble sports jacket to offer you a more comprehensive hitlist of the best blazers for men (in 2023)."
  • A Tour Through Karl Lagerfeld’s Treasures Ahead of a Landmark Sotheby’s Auction - "Lagerfeld’s treasures have been dispersed through the years at some notable auctions, and now Sotheby’s will offer a further thousand lots, from his signature fingerless leather gloves to the dishes in which his beloved Birman cat, Choupette, was served her food. The items will be sold across a series of eight online and live auctions (the latter in Monaco, Paris, and Cologne) from November 26 to March 2022. Although the lots are assembled from Lagerfeld’s final residences, many of them evoke his former interior lives."
  • BEAU BRUMMELL - (1778-1840). Iconic figure in Regency England, the arbiter of men's fashion, and a friend of the Prince Regent, the future King George IV. He established the mode of dress for men that rejected overly ornate fashions for one of understated, but perfectly fitted and tailored clothing. This look was based on dark coats, full-length trousers rather than knee breeches and stockings, and above all immaculate shirt linen and an elaborately knotted cravat.
  • BELLA FIGURA - Italian: a good impression; fine appearance.
  • Bill Nighy Is a Menswear King - "His highborn countryman might be stealing all the headlines on coronation weekend, but the actor Bill Nighy is the true master of British elder statesman style. In the run up to this weekend, there’s been a lot of chatter about a certain well-dressed chap with a close relationship to Britain’s most prominent kingmaker. The penchant for Savile Row suits, a relish for the cheeky bon mot - we’re talking, of course, about Bill Nighy, the wry septuagenarian who is in the midst of a red carpet blitz for the ages."
  • BILLIONAIRE CHIC - 'Free from garish logos and colours, they are a careful display of stealth wealth and soft power.'
  • Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy - "Brooks Brothers, the 200-year-old menswear retailer that has dressed 40 US presidents and unofficially became the outfitter of Wall Street bankers, has filed for bankruptcy. The privately held company had been struggling as business attire grew more casual in recent years. But it has been decimated by the coronavirus pandemic, which sent demand for suits plummeting. Many working-from-home employees opted for far more relaxed looks of T-shirts and sweatpants rather than pinstripe suits and custom shirts."
  • Capsule wardrobe - "Collection of clothing that is composed of interchangeable items only, to maximise the number of outfits that can be created. The aim is to have an outfit suitable for any occasion without owning excessive items of clothing. This is usually achieved by buying what are considered to be 'key' or 'staple' items in coordinating colours."
  • Do you own too many clothes? - "How to make your wardrobe sustainable. When a report concluded that a planet-friendly wardrobe should have no more than 74 garments, three writers decided to conduct personal wardrobe audits, with surprising results."
  • Everything from Daniel Craig's 'No Time To Die' wardrobe you can buy right now - "The internet is full of shops and brands trying in vain to rip off the secret agent's signature style. Here's where you go to get the real deal."
  • FASHION - Wikipedia.
  • FASHION DESIGN - Wikipedia.
  • Gucci, Coach & Burberry Are the Best Luxe Labels at Extending the Life of Their Clothes: Report - "The trio topped Kearney’s Circular Fashion Index for the second year in a row."
  • HAUTE COUTURE - Wikipedia.
  • Hip-hop's rise to the top of fashion - "From street style to cultural dominance - it's been quite a journey. Precious Adesina talks to Tommy Hilfiger, Dapper Dan and others to find out why."
  • How Many Clothes Should We Own, Exactly? - "'Buy less and buy better' has become a common refrain in fashion’s sustainability movement. But how much should we actually be buying? If a new report is anything to go by, it’s likely a lot less than you think. Researchers from Berlin’s Hot Or Cool Institute found that we should only be purchasing five new garments a year in order to stay in line with the Paris Agreement goal of limiting global warming to 1.5 degrees celsius, if nothing else changes. That would mean shoppers in the U.K. alone would need to reduce their consumption by up to 80 percent in some cases."
  • HOW TO BUILD A CAPSULE WARDROBE - "Want a minimalist capsule wardrobe? This guide is perfect for beginners and will teach you how to build a capsule wardrobe in three easy steps - complete with a free printable capsule wardrobe checklist, tips, and examples. Start today, and you can have a simplified wardrobe in just a few hours!"
  • How to Match Colors & Patterns For Classic Spring Summer Outfits - Gentleman's Gazette.
  • ‘I prefer women’s jeans - men’s lack design subtlety’: why men are buying womenswear - "Men are finding some women’s clothes is better designed and cut, made of better fabric - and cheaper. From cotton vests on influencers to designer blazers on Prince Harry, men borrowing womenswear is on the rise."
  • In the ‘Succession’ era, wardrobes of the wealthy are subtler than ever - "The rich identify each other with luxury that only a highly trained eye can detect."
  • Louis Vuitton picks Pharrell Williams to lead men's designs - "French fashion brand Louis Vuitton has named Grammy-winning producer, rapper, singer and songwriter Pharrell Williams as its new menswear creative director."
  • Miuccia Prada Is the Most Influential Woman in Fashion - "How Miuccia Prada - and Miu Miu - became the muse of the season. Plus a detour through Chanel and Louis Vuitton."
  • Nehru jacket - Wikipedia.
  • PRÊT-À-PORTER | READY-TO-WEAR - Wikipedia.
  • Searches for ‘Quiet Luxury’ Have Skyrocketed 373% Over the Past Month, New Research Says - "Over the past year, 'old-money style' searches grew a whopping 568 percent, while 'quiet luxury' and 'stealth wealth' saw increases of 373 percent and 334 percent, respectively, over the past month alone. For all of those terms, searches are now at a record high."
  • Spot the ‘superfake’: Fashion brands want you to be able to identify counterfeits - "To become a 'master' authenticator at Fashionphile - the highest level of training to weed out designer fakes at the luxe online marketplace - takes more than 8,000 hours of rigorous schooling, according to the company. Trainees learn to quickly spot an error in the date format inside a Louis Vuitton bag, for example, or know the correct metal alloy makeup of a Cartier watch."
  • STYLECRAVE - mens fashion luxury clothing and accessories.
  • STYLEPEDIA - Mr Porter's glossary of men's fashion.
  • The Black Tie Guide - "A Gentleman's Guide to Evening Wear."
  • THE ESSENTIALS - Mr Porter: "There are certain staples that should form the foundation of every man’s wardrobe. From the perfect white T-shirt from our in-house label Mr P., NN07’s chinos and Gucci’s loafers to a classic Cartier watch, these are the building blocks of simple, timeless style."
  • The frauds in our wardrobes - "Why fabric fraud is so easy to hide. How can we tell if the clothes in our wardrobes really are what they claim to be?"
  • The Future of Balenciaga Is on the Line - "And everything else you need to know to hold forth on fashion month at a cocktail party."
  • Tom Ford bows out as creative director at namesake fashion label - "The American fashion designer Tom Ford is retiring from the eponymous brand he co-founded in 2005, after its sale to Estée Lauder last November."
  • Tom Ford: ‘I paid $90,000 for my own dress. The clothes we make are not meant to be thrown away’ - "From fashion with va-va-voom to veganism - ahead of the release of his new book, America’s starriest designer takes a moment to reflect."
  • TURNBULL & ASSER - "The James Bond Collection." Shop James Bond shirts and ties from Turnbull & Asser. Inspired by the original pieces created for Dr. No, Casino Royale, Die Another Day and more, recreated using authentic records from the archive.
  • When Does a Style Become a Classic? - "It's pretty much impossible to pinpoint a moment when a piece of work becomes a classic because the label is one that gets added in hindsight. History is written by the victors, goes the adage, and, similarly, classics are anointed by the future." The New York Times.
  • Why the super-rich love understated dressing - "Quiet 'stealth-luxe' fashion is dominating runways and TV screens - but why now? Clare Thorp explores the low-key, under-the-radar world of stealth wealth."
  • World's Biggest Fashion Companies by Market Cap - "Fashion is one of the largest industries globally, accounting for 2% of the global gross domestic product (GDP). In this graphic, we use data from CompaniesMarketCap to showcase the world's 12 largest publicly traded fashion companies, ranked by market capitalization as of Jan. 31, 2024."
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  • 04651/ - since 2003. "A trip in a bag." Is a lifestyle sportswear label that represents the finest quality, a unique closeness to nature and also a touch of luxury. All products are made in Europe.
  • 3.1 PHILIP LIM - since 2004. American fashion designer of Chinese descent.
  • 21ST CENTURY KILTS - since 1996. "Kilts for all, and all occasions. Made by Kiltmakers, Not in Factories!"
  • 5001 Flavors - since 1992. "Exclusive custom clothing company that caters to personalities in the entertainment and sports industries."
  • A. CARACENI - since 1946. "Passion and Tradition." Milan, Italy.
  • A. Potts - since 2018. "Aaron Potts Is Proving Genderless Fashion Can Be Fun, Too."
  • ACNE studios - since 1996. Multidisciplinary luxury fashion house based in Stockholm, Sweden that specializes in men's and women's ready-to-wear fashion, footwear, accessories and denim.
  • ADOLFO - since 1953.
  • AG - since 2000. American clothing company with a focus on denim apparel created with sustainable manufacturing methods.
  • Agbobly - since 2022. "Luxury brand examining culture & ancestry - creating joy through handcrafted garments."
  • AgnÈs B. - since 1975.
  • Ahluwalia World - "Explore the world of Ahluwalia. Discover and shop the new collection of men's T-shirts, jeans, jackets and shirts."
  • AimÉ Leon Dore - "Created in 2014, Aimé Leon Dore is a fashion and lifestyle brand based out of New York City."
  • Alan Flusser - since 1979. "Alan Flusser is one of the most knowledable experts on men's fashion." - Ralph Lauren.
  • ALEXANDER AMOSU - "King of Bling Bling". Creator of the world's most expensive suit: £70,000. See YOU TUBE VIDEO.
  • Alexander Kraft Monte-Carlo - since 2020. "Find all the refined offerings of the Alexander Kraft Monte Carlo Collection right here. Alexander Kraft Monte Carlo is sold exclusively online in order to guarantee the most competitive, industry - defying prices for these highly sophisticated garments, all carefully 'made in Italy' in small artisanal workshops using only the finest materials available worldwide."
  • Alexander McQueen.
  • Alexander McQueen.
  • Alexander McQueen - since 1992 "The House of Alexander McQueen is distinctive for its innovative and uncompromising expression of unbridled creativity. Founded by Lee Alexander McQueen in 1992, the House joined the Kering Group in 2001."
  • Alexander McQueen - British luxury fashion house founded by designer Alexander McQueen in 1992. Its current creative director is Sarah Burton.
  • ALLEGRI - "The Architects Of Fabrics." Inventor of water-resistant cashmere called Rain Cashmere.
  • Alyx - since 2015. Designed by Matthew Williams.
  • AMI PARIS - ALEXANDRE MATTIUSSI - since 2010. Shop the AMI PARIS Official Website. Explore our online assortment of Clothing, Accessories and Shoes. Browse the new collection today.
  • ANDERSON & SHEPPARD - 32 Old Burlington Street, London, U.K. Since 1906.
  • Andrew Fezza - since 1979.
  • ANDREW MACKENZIE - "In 1999, He founded his own name brand in Italy Early. Andrew Mackenzie's design is a elaborate to its owner, under the rich and multi-faceted. As their life attitude, integrate into but not blindly."
  • Angel Chen - "ANGEL CHEN is a vanguard Chinese designer brand founded in 2014 by Angel Chen. The brand's signature colorful approach to fashion coupled with its core-concept of fusion of Eastern and Western aesthetics has deemed it to be one of the most popular young fashion brands internationally."
  • Angelo Galasso.
  • Angelo Galasso - since 2009.
  • ANGELO NARDELLI 1951
  • Anita Dongre - since 1995. Recognized as India's leading Fashion house.
  • ANN DEMEULEMEESTER - since 1985. Fuses striking, flowing designs, punk-inspired details and innovative cuts.
  • ANTHONY J. HEWITT - 11 St. George Street, London, U.K. Since 1976.
  • Antonio Marras - since 1988.
  • Antonio Valente - since 2002.
  • ANYA HINDMARCH - since 1987. "Shop our collection of luxury mens designer categories, including leather washbags, card cases, wallets, travel bags, passport holders and more."
  • A.P.C. - Atelier de Production et de Création, or A.P.C., is a French ready-to-wear brand founded in 1987 by the Tunisian Jewish fashion designer Jean Touitou in Paris.
  • Aril77 - since 2002.
  • ARTICO - "Artico was born in 1979 from an idea of the Roncarati family. Starting from the Italian market, Artico has been able to deal with the cultures of the world, evolving and expanding in a perfect balance between artisan tradition and design innovation. Today the brand boasts exports to every corner of the globe, satisfying the demands of a varied and transversal target."
  • AQUASCUTUM - since 1851. "Understated British elegance."
  • Archetipo - since 1992. "Luxury men's suits, the maximum expression of the male trend."
  • Giorgio Armani S.p.A.
  • ARMANI - since 1975.
  • ASCOT CHANG - since 1953.
  • aspesi - since 1969. "The Milanese’s Go-To Label for Normal Clothes."
  • Astrid Andersen - since 2011.
  • Auralee - since 2015. "Auralee’s values are inscribed in a true sense of modernity and purpose: Authenticity rhymes with clarity of design; calm elegance aligns with gentle formality; comfort is balanced by sensitive sophistication. Trends may come and go - what stays is personal style. Timeless yet rooted in the moment, Auralee’s collections provide real clothes for an elegant, effortless yet functional way of dressing. Pure silhouettes are beautifully cut and impeccably constructed. Long-lasting, high-quality wardrobe staples are designed to enhance its wearers individuality, convey a relaxed simplicity, elevated and tinged with a sensitive, sophisticated edge."
  • AUSTIN REED - since 1900.
  • Loris Azzaro.
  • AZZARO - since 1965.
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  • Cristóbal Balenciaga.
  • BALENCIAGA - luxury fashion house founded in 1917 by the Spanish designer Cristóbal Balenciaga in San Sebastian, Spain and now based in Paris. Balenciaga had a reputation as a couturier of uncompromising standards and was called "the master of us all" by Christian Dior. The brand is now owned by the luxury group Kering.
  • BALLANTYNE - established 1921.
  • Bally Switzerland.
  • BALLY - since 1851.
  • Pierre Balmain.
  • BALMAIN Paris - French luxury fashion house that was founded by Pierre Balmain in 1945. It operates 16 monobrand stores, including locations in New York City, London, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Miami, and in Milan's Via Montenapoleone.
  • Banana Republic - since 1978. Upscale clothing and accessories retailer owned by The Gap.
  • Band of Outsiders
  • Harrington jacket | Baracuta G9.
  • Baracuta - since 1937. Maker of the Harrington jacket is a lightweight waist-length jacket, made of cotton, polyester, wool or suede — usually with traditionally Fraser tartan or check-patterned lining. In 2007, to celebrate the 70th anniversary of its brand, Baracuta released three special edition G9 jackets with quotes by Presley, Steve McQueen and Frank Sinatra — all of them frequent wearers of the Harrington — printed on the lining.
  • BARBOUR - since 1894. "Countrywear." Offering the very best in men’s country style, the Barbour Countrywear collection is designed with functionality in mind. A choice of outerwear from waxed jackets to quilts to waterproofs is coupled with performance shirts in classic patterns to build a practical and stylish wardrobe for those who live, work and enjoy the countryside.
  • BATTISTONI ROMA - Battistoni started in a secluded atelier at Via Condotti in Rome in 1946. "Italian Haute Couture for Men." Our House kept its original residence since birth and never swayed from its mission statement, a credo of classical elegance.
  • Belstaff - since 1924. Belstaff was the first company to use wax cotton in the manufacturing of waterproof apparel for motorcycling.
  • Belvest Primavera Estate 2014 collection.
  • Belvest - since 1964.
  • BEN SHERMAN
  • BENETTON - since 1965.
  • BENSON & CLEGG - "Bespoke Tailoring London." Bespoke tailoring and menswear brand founded in 1937. Explore our luxury cufflinks, neckwear, badges and our famous hand crafted blazer buttons. 9 Piccadilly Arcade, London, U.K.
  • BERG & BERG - since 2009. Scandinavian accessories and clothing brand.
  • BERLUTI - Paris since 1895. "The ultimate expression of luxury for men."
  • BERNARD WEATHERILL - founded in 1910. 5 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • Bespoken New York
  • BEVERLY HILLS POLO CLUB - "The Beverly Hills Polo Club brand was established in 1982. Inspired by both the elegance and glamour of Beverly Hills as well as the heritage sport of polo, the Brand captures the excitement of this competitive sport along with membership in an exclusive social club."
  • Bianca Saunders since 2018. A distinctive new voice in the menswear arena, RCA alumnus Bianca Saunders specializes in proposing jarring twists to succinct garments, ...
  • Bijan Beverly Hills.
  • BIJAN - since 1976. "For over 44 years, The House of Bijan has been designing the most exclusive and high quality menswear, perfume, and jewelry in the world." Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A. By appointment only.
  • BILANCIONI - since 1953.
  • Bill Kaiserman
  • Bill Robinson - (1948-1993).
  • Billionaire Couture - since 2005. "Billionaire presents an extravagant, rich wardrobe for mature men who are unafraid of who they are and who they want to be."
  • BILLS KHAKIS - "King of Khakis."
  • Billy Reid
  • BMW APPAREL
  • Bode New York - since 2016. "BODE IS A LUXURY MENSWEAR BRAND THAT EXPRESSES A SENTIMENTALITY FOR THE PAST THROUGH THE STUDY OF PERSONAL NARRATIVES AND HISTORICAL TECHNIQUES."
  • Boglioli Milano - since 1974. Its signature item of menswear is garment-dyed jackets.
  • BOND SUITS - "How to dress like Bond and beyond." Learn how to dress like your favourite British spy! Bond Suits closely examines the clothing of the James Bond films and beyond.
  • BORRELLI - founded in 1957.
  • Hugo Boss AG.
  • BOSS - since 1924. Hugo Boss.
  • BOTTEGA VENETA - since 1966. Italian luxury fashion house based in Milan, Italy. Its product lines include ready-to-wear, handbags, shoes, accessories, and jewelry.
  • BRAUN Hamburg - since 1933. "Luxury Fashion for Men." International designer menswear, shoes and accessories. Shop exclusive styles at BRAUN Hamburg online now.
  • BRIAN ATWOOD
  • Brioni.
  • BRIONI - Italian fashion house founded in 1945. "To be one of a kind." Specialises in the sale of hand-made suits.
  • Brooks Brothers.
  • BROOKS BROTHERS - founded in 1818. "Brooks Brothers is the original authority on American style, offering stylish modern clothing and fresh takes on heritage designs for men, women, and kids." The oldest men's clothier chain in the United States.
  • BROWNS FASHION - the latest mens designer fashion collections from Dior Homme, Lanvin, Bottega Veneta, Balenciaga, Marni and more.
  • BRUNELLO CUCINELLI - since 1978. "View all the looks of the new men's collection by Brunello Cucinelli."
  • BRUNO CARUSO
  • Buck Mason - since 2013. "Modern American Classics." Inspired by laid back California ethos of easy living, quality, & simplicity, Buck Mason is a modern American brand that makes fashion less complicated.
  • Bugatchi - since 1981. Exists at the intersection of class and modernity. Synonymous with the luxury of Italian fabrics and design aesthetic.
  • BUGATTI - since 1947.
  • Bullock & Jones - since 1857.
  • Burberry.
  • BURBERRY - since 1856. "Men's Luxury Fashion." Explore the full men's collection comprising classic coats and jackets, tailoring, Heritage Trench Coats, casual weekend-wear and more.
  • Butch Tailors - since 1956.
  • BYRNE & BURGE - 11 St. George Street, London, U.K.
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  • CAD & THE DANDY - 12 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • Calvin Klein Collection.
  • CALVIN KLEIN - since 1968. American fashion designer who launched the company that would later become Calvin Klein Inc., in 1968. In addition to clothing, he also has given his name to a range of perfumes, watches, and jewellery.
  • CANADA GOOSE - since 1957. "Committed to producing the best extreme cold weather outerwear in the world." Canada Goose markets a wide range of jackets, parkas, vests, hats, gloves, shells and other apparel through various avenues, both wholesale and direct to customer with their own retail stores.
  • CANALI - since 1934. "Canali has been a paradigm of tailor-made Italian luxury and men’s elegance for over 80 years. Our iconic suits are complemented by an ample selection of blazers and pants, allowing you to create countless ensembles that are both elegant and contemporary."
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  • Carhartt - since 1889. American apparel company founded in 1889, known for heavy-duty working clothes such as jackets, coats, overalls, coveralls, vests, shirts, jeans, dungarees, fire-resistant clothing and hunting apparel.
  • Carlota Barrera - since 2018. London-based label celebrating evolving identities.
  • CARVIL - Paris since 1952.
  • Casablanca Paris - since 2018. "Casablanca is a contemporary luxury fashion house dedicated to protecting and promoting a holistic approach to design and craftsmanship."
  • Casely-Hayford - since 2009. "English Luxury Menswear House."
  • Cerruti.
  • CERRUTI 1881
  • CESARE ATTOLINI - since 1930. Synonym of Naples' tailoring tradition all around the world.
  • CESARE PACIOTTI
  • CFCL | Clothing For Contemporary Life - since 2020.
  • Chalayan - since 1984. Chalayan is a fashion label founded by designer Hussein Chalayan in 1994. The brand uses an innovative mix of design, science and art to create iconic pieces such as the skirt that turns into a table. He is known as fashion's big thinker. Chalayan offers men's and women's clothing, leather goods, and jewellery. Shop the latest collection now. Alternative luxury fashion since 1994.
  • Charles Jeffrey Loverboy - since 2015. Scottish fashion designer known for his punk-inspired, gender-fluid designs influenced by his Scottish heritage and London's queer club scene. Jeffrey has been described as "speaking to young London the way Alexander McQueen spoke to his generation," and by Vogue as "the upholder of all that is human, creative and cheerful about British fashion." Jeffrey launched his label Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY in 2015, after graduating from Central St Martins. He has been nominated for and won numerous industry awards. Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY has been worn by figures as wide-ranging as Harry Styles, Tilda Swinton, Bimini Bon Boulash, and K-Pop stars BTS.
  • CHARLIE ALLEN - 1 Coopers Yard, 181 Upper St., London, U.K. Established 1984.
  • CHARVET - founded 1838. French high-end shirt maker and tailor located at 28, place Vendôme in Paris.
  • CHIP & PEPPER
  • CHITTLEBOROUGH & MORGAN - 12 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • Chrome Hearts - since 1988. Luxury brand from Hollywood.
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  • Cleofe Finati
  • Club Monaco
  • COMME DES GARçONS Homme Plus - since 1969. Japanese fashion label based in Paris created and led by Rei Kawakubo. Its French flagship store is located in Paris.
  • CONNELLY
  • CORNELIANI - since 1958. "Italian brand leader in high-end elegant menswear."
  • CosTUME NATIONAL - CoSTUME NATIONAL is an Italian fashion house founded in 1986 by Ennio Capasa. CoSTUME NATIONAL has a highly recognizable style, which is the result of Ennio Capasa's ability to merge his Italian background of perfect tailoring to sensitivity toward what is modern and chic.
  • County of Milan
  • André Courrèges (1923-2016).
  • COURRÈGES - since 1961. French fashion designer, known for his ultra-modern designs. Emblematic of the 1960s with its miniskirts, white boots or pants, it upsets the established codes of fashion from its beginnings, and knows a great success during twenty years to be more discreet from the 1980s.
  • CROMBIE - "Timeless British menswear since 1805." Men's coats.
  • CRUCIANI
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  • D'AVENZA - "The d’Avenza brand was born in 1976, but its origins came from Crewe - the parent company was Chester Barrie, which in 1935 revolutionized the market by offering ‘ready-to-wear’ on a large scale combined with the excellence of bespoke workmanship."
  • DAKS - British luxury fashion house, founded in 1894 by Simeon Simpson in London. Design, manufacture and retail of tailored garments and accessories for men and women.
  • Damir Doma
  • Daniele Alessandrini - since 1983. "The well established brand creation of Mr. Daniele Alessandrini, has flagship boutiques in Italy (Milan, Rome, Taormina, Forli, Milano Marittima, Bologna, Verona) and internationally in Amsterdam and Paris."
  • Dapper Dan - since 1982. African American fashion designer and haberdasher from Harlem, New York. His influential store, Dapper Dan's Boutique, operated from 1982 to 1992 and is most associated with introducing high fashion to the hip hop world and black culture in general with his clients over the years including Mike Tyson, Eric B. & Rakim, Salt-N-Pepa, LL Cool J, and Jay-Z. In 2017, he launched a fashion line with Gucci, with which he opened a second store and atelier, Dapper Dan's of Harlem, in 2018.
  • Dashing Tweeds - "We have recently opened a flagship store in Mayfair at the end of Savile Row at 26 Sackville Street London W1S 3HE, showcasing and selling both our fabric and ready to wear collections."
  • DAVIES & SON - "Davies & Son has the longest history of any independent Tailor on Savile Row." Established in 1803, we have since acquired the tailoring houses of Johns and Pegg, Fallan and Harvey, James and James, Wells of Mayfair to name but a few. Each one adding to our own knowledge, experience and history. In over two centuries of bespoke tailoring we have made garments for four Kings, seven Crown Princes, two US presidents and innumerable Knights of the Realm. Our Royal Warrant is held by Johns & Pegg by Appointment to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh as Military Tailors. Now one of only three purely bespoke houses on Savile Row and the only bespoke Tailor on the west side of the Row - Davies & Son is a piece of refined British history you'll want to be a part of. We will both advise and guide you through the entire process of bespoke tailoring; helping you to decide on cloth, style and personalised features. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail, quality and service. 38 Savile Row, London W1S 3QE, U.K.
  • Warren Buffett in a suit made by Dalian Dayang Trands.
  • Dayang TRANDS USA - Trands suits are a brand of designer suits created by Dalian Dayang Trands, a Chinese company. The company was founded in 1979 by Li Guilian. Trands is known for being worn by billionaires Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and the President of China Hu Jintao. In a video released by the company, Buffett praised the brand, saying he had thrown away all his other suits and only wears Trands.
  • Degand - exclusive Belgian multi-brand e-store.
  • DEGE & SKINNER - 10 Savile Row, London, U.K. Founded in 1865.
  • DELLA CIANA
  • DENMAN & GODDARD - 11 St. George Street, London, U.K. Established 1797.
  • Denzil Patrick - since 2021. "Denzilpatrick reflects a concern for sustainability and an ongoing consideration of what that perennial buzzword actually means."
  • Diesel.
  • DIESEL - since 1978. Italian retail clothing company, located in Breganze, Italy. It sells denim, and other clothing, footwear, and accessories. The clothing line has two different brands: Diesel and Diesel Black Gold.
  • Dior Homme.
  • DIOR HOMME - since 1946. The menswear division of Christian Dior SA, the French clothing retailer. Dior Men has been under the creative direction of Kim Jones since spring/summer 2019. It had been directed by Hedi Slimane since the fall/winter 2001-02 season. Under Hedi Slimane's direction, Dior Men has introduced a characteristic slim silhouette which has since taken off within the fashion industry.
  • DKNY - since 1984.
  • DOLCE&GABBANA - since 1985.
  • DOMENICO VACCA - since 2002. "Domenico Vacca is responsible for bringing back exceptional luxury and quality to fashion. Born in Italy, Vacca‘s family was for decades deeply rooted in the craft of fashion."
  • Donna Karan.
  • DONNA KARAN - since 1984. Born Donna Ivy Faske), also known as "DK", is an American fashion designer and the creator of the Donna Karan New York and DKNY clothing labels.
  • Doug Hayward - (1934-2008). Was an English fashion designer and bespoke tailor, who dressed many famous people during the 1960s. The inspiration for customer Michael Caine's characterisation of his role in the 1966 film Alfie, he was also the model for client John le Carré's Harry Pendel, aka The Tailor of Panama.
  • Douglas Hayward Official Site - est. 1963.
  • DRIES VAN NOTEN - since 1986. Belgian fashion designer. One of the 'Antwerp Six,' the third-generation designer has built a profitable fashion business, known for its intelligent prints, on his own terms. Explore the latest collections, projects and events.
  • Drifter - "Founded 2001, the drifter ethos is to move forward, to constantly evolve. We create garments that transcend age, time, and space."
  • DSQUARED - "DEAN AND DAN CATEN, TWIN BROTHERS FROM WILLOWDALE IN TORONTO, STARTED THEIR PATH IN FASHION AT THE PARSON’S SCHOOL OF DESIGN IN NEW YORK CITY IN 1984."
  • DUCHAMP LONDON - "Founded in 1989, London. Today Duchamp has established a design philosophy centred on creating directional Menswear and Accessories, which epitomises accessible luxury."
  • DUCKIE BROWN - "New York-based fashion line. It was founded in 2001 by Steven Cox and Daniel Silver. Duckie Brown's mission, 'dressing men beautifully,' is accomplished through hand tailoring, unique fabrics, and bold colors."
  • DUNHILL - "Since its launch in 1893 the Dunhill label has been associated with English luxury. A company that is known for its rich heritage, Dunhill offers innovative, masculine products for an international customer. Alfred Dunhill was known for his constant innovation and creativity."
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  • E. TAUTZ - founded in 1867. "Ready to wear fashion label with a Savile Row aesthetic."
  • EDE & RAVENSCROFT - 8 Burlington Gardens, Savile Row, London, U.K. Established 1689.
  • Eddie Bauer - since 1920.
  • EDWARD SEXTON - 26 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge, London, U.K. A favourite with the young In-crowd of London, plus City businessmen.
  • Egonlab - since 2018. "Rules are made to be broken. Step into the immersive universe of EgonLab. Discover our brand through a journey in our microverse, a mystical area ..."
  • Emanuel Ungaro (1933-2019).
  • EMANUEL UNGARO Paris - "French fashion designer who founded the fashion house called the House of Emanuel Ungaro in 1965."
  • Emilio Pucci.
  • EMILIO PUCCI - Italian aristocrat, fashion designer and politician. He and his eponymous company are synonymous with geometric prints in a kaleidoscope of colors. Explore the World of PUCCI and purchase online our latest collections at the official online store and enjoy free international delivery.
  • Emporio Armani.
  • EMPORIO ARMANI - Emporio Armani was founded in 1975 by Giorgio Armani, fashion's most influential and celebrated fashion designer from Italy. Armani provides quality, sophisticated and timeless style clothing ranging from luxury garments, apparel, jewellery and aftershaves.
  • Engineered Garments - "Engineered Garments was founded by Daiki Suzuki in New York in 1999, after taking inspiration from his years buying for the Nepenthes stores in their early stages, and combining it with his own vision. As a brand, our aim is to make garments that become more personal through the experiences you have with them. We value unique garment construction with attention to detail, with meaning and hidden qualities behind each design. We venture into conflicting themes, straying from 'perfect design'. We are not designed but engineered."
  • English Laundry - "The Crossroads of Fashion, Rock and All Things English."
  • ERIC BOMPARD CASHMERE
  • Ermenegildo Zegna.
  • ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA - founded in 1910.
  • Ernst W. Baker - since 2016.
  • ETRO - family-managed Italian fashion house founded in 1968. It is mainly known for its paisley patterns, which the company started making in 1981. "The ETRO men's collections are a perfect blend of elegance and the latest trends. The Maison's style unfolds through a wide range of sophisticated suits, ranging from formal wear to more casual options, paisley patterned shirts, embroidered trousers and knitwear in fine-quality yarns. Finishing touches for the ETRO outfit include accessories such as briefcases and practical messenger bags, to match with smart or casual shoes, sunglasses and soft silk scarves."
  • Études - since 2012. Études is a Paris-based brand that expresses itself through various types of media - ranging from men's fashion all the way to book publishing. By occasioning collaborations between talents from diverse artistic backgrounds, Études acts as a driving force and reflection of the contemporary landscape. Its vision results from an ever-evolving union between cultures, methods, and references.
  • Eytys - since 2013. Pronounced as "eighties", is a fashion brand based in Stockholm, Sweden.
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  • FAÇONNABLE - "Prêt-à-Porter Homme depuis 1950."
  • Fear of God - since 2013. "Fear of God is an independent American luxury fashion label, founded in 2013 in Los Angeles by Jerry Lorenzo. Crafting timeless, wearable garments, the brand's distinct interpretation of the American expression has become an emblem of contemporary culture."
  • FEDELI CASHMERE
  • Fendace Men’s Collection - since 2022. "The Versace by Fendi Collection." A coming together of two Italian brands, the Fendi by Versace collection stems from mutual friendship and respect. Discover men’s hoodies, belt bags, shoes and more with signature Greca, Barocco and FF motifs in unique Fendace designs.
  • FENDI - since 1925. New Arrivals for Him Shop the selection now.
  • Feng Chen Wang - since 2015. "Feng Chen Wang is a Chinese-born, London-based menswear designer at the forefront of a new generation of fashion talent emerging from China." Wang studied MA Fashion Menswear at the prestigious Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 2015, and launching her eponymous label the same year.
  • Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A.
  • FERRAGAMO - founded 1927.
  • FERRARI - since 1947. "Wear the Red Team’s legendary colors with men's Ferrari clothing. Live the legendary Maranello’s spirit."
  • Figaret Paris
  • FILIPPA K - since 1993. "Scandinavian Sensual Minimalism." Filippa K Man takes inspiration from classic design to offer modern pieces that combine style, quality, and fit in equal measure.
  • FRAME
  • Fratelli Rossetti
  • FRED SEGAL
  • FRENCH CONNECTION
  • FRÈRE
  • Fruit of the Loom - since 1851. Men's.
  • Fumito Ganryu - since 2018.
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  • Gabriela Hearst - since 2015. "Built on the principles of timelessness, uncompromising quality and sustainability." New York-based men's and womenswear designer who launched her sustainable, eponymous label in 2015, and made headlines with the Nina Bag, which launched in 2016 and boasts an extensive waiting list.
  • Gagliardi - since 1964.
  • GALLOTTI
  • GANT.
  • GANT - since 1949. American Swedish clothing brand, headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden.
  • Gap - since 1969. American worldwide clothing and accessories retailer.
  • Garage Italia - "Garage Italia Official Jumpsuits."
  • GARDEUR
  • GARY ANDERSON - 34-35 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • GASSANE TAILORS - Austin, TX, U.S.A. Former US President George W. Bush's tailor.
  • Gather & Hunt - custom-made clothing constructed in the Italian “sprezzatura” style.
  • Gaurav Gupta - since 2005. "The brand’s sculptural silhouettes regularly appear on the world’s Best Dressed Lists for The Oscars, The Emmy Awards, the Tony Awards and the Festival de Cannes to name a few. His designs have graced magazine covers, billboards, music videos and red carpets around the globe dressing Lizzo, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Deepika Padukone, Priyanka Chopra, Aishwarya Rai, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Hudson, Saweetie."
  • GEOFFREY BEENE
  • Georges de Paris - (1934-2015). French-American tailor who is often referred to as having been the President of the United States' unofficial tailor or the tailor to the Presidents. Paris fashioned suits for every American President from Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama.
  • Gerrit Jacob - since 2022. "German Kitsch."
  • GIANFRANCO FERRÉ - (1944-2007). Italian fashion designer also known as "the architect of fashion" for his background and his original attitude toward creating fashion design. "Gianfranco Ferre menswear offers a unique blend of premium quality and stylish designs that are perfect for the modern man. From classic suits to casual wear, our collection features a range of designs that are perfect for any occasion. Shop now and elevate your style with Gianfranco Ferre menswear. Experience the perfect blend of quality and style that only Gianfranco Ferre can offer."
  • GIANNI CAMPAGNA - Milan, Italy. His creations attract some of the most prestigious names in Hollywood and on Wall Street.
  • GIEVES & HAWKES - No. 1 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • GILIBERTO DESIGNS - since 1979. Custom tailoring NYC.
  • Giorgio Armani S.p.A.
  • Giorgio Armani.
  • GIORGIO ARMANI - since 1975. Italian fashion designer. By 2001 Armani was acclaimed as the most successful designer of Italian origin, and is credited with pioneering red-carpet fashion. In 2010, he opened the Armani Hotel in Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. He is also the richest openly LGBT (bisexual) person in the world. According to Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Armani has an estimated net worth of US$9.53 billion, as of 2021.
  • GIVENCY - since 1952. French luxury fashion and perfume house. It hosts the brand of haute couture and ready-to-wear clothing, accessories, perfumes and cosmetics of Parfums Givenchy. It is currently owned by luxury conglomerate LVMH.
  • Glenn Martens - since 2010. "A member of Paris’s avant-garde, Martens is spearheading a streetwear revolution in the city with his commercial-yet-conceptual brand." The creative director of Diesel is part of Paris’s new guard of fashion designers spearheading the streetwear revolution, infusing humour into conceptual, forward-thinking collections.
  • Gosha Rubchinskiy
  • Grace Wales Bonner
  • GRESHAM BLAKE - 64 South Molton Street, London, U.K.
  • GUCCI - since 1921. "Redefining Luxury Fashion."
  • Gucci Salon Melrose, 8409 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles, California, 90069, United States. Photo: Courtesy of Pablo Enriquez for Gucci.
  • GUCCI'S LATEST RETAIL CONCEPT IS FOR VIPS ONLY - "8409 Melrose Avenue: Los Angeles has a prominent new luxury storefront - but you'll probably never get inside. Sure to be frequented by celebrities, Gucci Salon harkens back to the house's 1970s heyday. 8409 Melrose Avenue has reached its final form: Gucci Salon, a new brick-and-mortar concept that takes luxury retail to a new level. Its doors will only be opened for VIP clients with appointments. Gucci Salon is located at the intersection of Melrose Place and Melrose Avenue - a highly trafficked shopping area of West Hollywood. Melrose Avenue, in particular, is one of L.A.'s toniest stretches of retail. Neighbors include Balmain, The Row, Oscar de la Renta and Chloé (most of whom followed Marc Jacobs to the quaint area)."
  • GUDRUN & GUDRUN - since 2002. "Slow clothing." The company specializes in exclusive designs that are all knitted by hand. Sweaters used by the character Sarah Lund in the Danish TV series "The Killing". Pop in and discover our new collection of sustainable quality knitwear. Worldwide delivery. Order now and wear forever.
  • GUESS
  • Guy Laroche.
  • GUY LAROCHE
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  • H&M - since 1947. Multinational clothing company based in Sweden that focuses on fast-fashion clothing for men, women, teenagers, and children. As of 23 June 2022, H&M Group operates in 75 geographical markets with 4,801 stores under the various company brands, with 107,375 full-time equivalent positions.
  • H. HUNTSMAN - 11 Savile Row, London, U.K. Established 1849.
  • HACKETT - "Essential British Kit."
  • Hardwick Clothes - American clothing manufacturer headquartered in Cleveland, Tennessee specializing in tailor-made suits for men and women. Founded on July 28, 1880, Hardwick Clothes is the oldest maker of tailored clothing in America.
  • HARDY AMIES - 14 Savile Row, London, U.K. Established 1945.
  • HART SCHAFFNER MARX - since 1887.
  • HARVIE & HUDSON - 77 Jermyn Street, St. James's since 1949.
  • HAWES & CURTIS - since 1913. Jermyn Street, London.
  • Haspel - since 1909. Originator of the Seersucker suit.
  • HED MAYNER - since 2015. Israeli fashion designer that regularly presents his menswear collections in Paris fashion week, and winner of LVMH’s Karl Lagerfeld prize.
  • HEDI SLIMANE - "French photographer and grand couturier. From 2000 to 2007, he held the position of creative director for Dior Homme (the menswear line of Christian Dior). From 2012 to 2016, he was the creative director for Yves Saint Laurent. Since February 1, 2018, Slimane has been the creative, artistic and image director of Celine."
  • Helmut Lang - Fashion brand was created by Austrian fashion designer Helmut Lang in 1986. The Helmut Lang brand was acquired from its founder by fashion label Prada in 2004.
  • HENRI LLOYD - since 1963.
  • HENRIK VIBSKOV - since 2003.
  • HENRY POOLE & CO. - 15 Savile Row, London, U.K. Savile Row’s longest-standing atelier established 1806.
  • HERMÈS since 1837. "Six generations of artisans." A selection of men fashion accessories: bracelets, hats, bow ties, belts or gloves.
  • Heron Preston - since 2017. American artist, creative director, content creator, designer and DJ. Former Nike designer who joined Kanye West's creative team and started his own clothing brand. He is one of the co-founders of the men's streetwear brand Been Trill alongside Virgil Abloh of Off-White fame and Justin Saunders of JJJJound among others. Mostly known for re-branding iconic images, he also designs for his own brand, Heron Preston.
  • HÉST - since 2019. Former princess Märtha Louise of Norway joined the company after a few months. Anne-Kari, Monica, and Märtha Louise consider themselves "Pippi Longstockings", who live by the motto: "I've never tried that before, so I could definitely do it". And it turned out to be correct. We love making clothes for the active woman, and eventually, something for the active man will also appear.
  • HETTABRETZ | HB UOMO - founded in 1960. Hettabretz has become a leading brand for international aristocracy and celebrities.
  • Hilditch & Key - "Providing luxury menswear since 1899." 73 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6NP, United Kingdom.
  • HOLLAND ESQUIRE - "Fine English Tailoring." The only place to view the full collection of coats, suits, jackets, shirts and knitwear.
  • HOLLAND & HOLLAND - luxury ready to wear.
  • HOLLAND & HOLLAND - mens 100% silk dressing gown.
  • HOLLAND & SHERRY - 9-10 Savile Row, London, U.K. "The Finest Cloths in the World."
  • Homme PlissÉ Issey Miyake - The brand was established in 2013 as a result of Issey Miyake and his team's research on pleating since 1988. Designed for people to mix and match in any way to express their originality, the garments are lightweight, comfortable, wrinkle-resistant, and can be stored and carried in compact sizes.
  • HOPE
  • House of Holland
  • Hugo Ferdinand Boss (1885-1948).
  • Hugo Ferdinand Boss - (8 July 1885 – 9 August 1948). Founder of the clothing company Hugo Boss.
  • Hugo Boss AG.
  • HUGO BOSS - since 1924. Luxury fashion house headquartered in Metzingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. The company sells clothing, accessories, footwear, and fragrances. Hugo Boss is one of the largest German clothing companies, with global sales of €2.9 billion in 2019.
  • Huntsman - since 1849. 11 Savile Row, London W1S 3PS, U.K. Ready To Wear & Bespoke.
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  • INCOTEX - "Venetian label Incotex was founded as part of the Slowear group in 1951. It works with specialist factories across Italy that are dedicated to creating each part of your wardrobe, from shirts and trousers to knitwear and jackets. Expect great year-round pieces and premium fabrics." Versatile Trousers and Shorts by Incotex: tailored trousers combining innovative technologies and textiles processing.
  • Individual Sentiments
  • INDOCHINO - custom suits & mens suits.
  • INIS MEÁIN KNITTING COMPANY - contemporary Irish knitwear, menswear & womenswear.
  • Irenisa - since 2018. "Chic with sarcasm."
  • ISAAC SELLAM - classic leather jackets.
  • Isabel Marant - since 1995. French fashion designer, owner of the eponymous fashion brand.
  • Isaia - since 1957. "The Neapolitan High-End Menswear Firm."
  • ISSEY MIYAKE - since 1970. Supplier of Steve Jobs' signature mock turtleneck sweaters: "So I asked Issey to make me some of his black turtlenecks that I liked, and he made me like a hundred of them."
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  • J.CREW - since 1947. "American multi-brand, multi-channel, specialty retailer. The company offers an assortment of women's, men's, and children's apparel and accessories, including swimwear, outerwear, lounge-wear, bags, sweaters, denim, dresses, suiting, jewelry, and shoes."
  • J-Hope - "J-Hope Is Now The MVP Of Fashion Week."
  • J.LINDEBERG
  • J.PRESS - represents perhaps the quintessential Ivy League dress manner.
  • JACK Spade
  • JACK VICTOR
  • JACK WILLS - "Jack Wills is a British clothing brand founded in Salcombe, Devon, in 1999. For a wardrobe refresh this season discover the Jack Will men’s clothing and men’s accessories collection. Whether for chill off-duty attire with premium loungewear and underwear or elevating your smart casual look so be prepared with our stylish capsule staples including comfy tees and joggers to pair with our signature hoodies. Fill your wardrobe with our men's fashion essentials coats and jackets for all your layering necessities. Pair with polo shirts and luxury jumpers that can be worn with slick loafers for a dapper look or smart trainers for a youthful touch."
  • Jacob CohËn - since 1985. Made in Italy. "Jacob Cohën’s clothing for men offers everything from cult jeans to fine Italian tailoring. Shirts, knitwear and jackets feature thoughtful details like logo prints and patches that give this designer menswear collection a distinctive edge. Every item carries the signature brand scent, and denim is washed in the fragrance."
  • Jacquemus since 2010. French fashion designer and the founder of the Jacquemus fashion label.
  • JASPER CONRAN
  • JASPER LITTMAN - 9 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • JAY KOS
  • Jekyll & Hyde - leather jackets.
  • JHANE BARNES
  • Jigsaw
  • Jil Sander.
  • JIL SANDER - since 1968. German fashion designer and the founder of the Jil Sander fashion house.
  • JIMMY CHOO - "In 1996, the Jimmy Choo brand was born with Sandra Choi serving as the company's Creative Director. Since its inception, Jimmy Choo has grown to be an internationally recognised label with a passionate clientele worldwide."
  • john alexander skelton - artisanal British menswear designer and alumni of the prestigious Fashion Design MA at Central Saint Martins London, U.K.
  • John Galliano.
  • JOHN GALLIANO - Gibraltar-born British fashion designer who was the head designer of French fashion companies Givenchy (July 1995 to October 1996), Christian Dior (October 1996 to March 2011), and his own label John Galliano (1988 to 2011). At present, Galliano is the creative director of Paris-based fashion house Maison Margiela.
  • John Malkovich - "He's an actor, director, sometimes model, and now, once again, a fashion designer. If you missed Malkovich's last go-arounds in the design world, he launched his eponymous line in the early 2000s, followed by his brand Technobohemian, which debuted in 2011 and was sold at boutiques across the country."
  • JOHN PEARSE - 6 Meard Street, Soho, London, U.K.
  • JOHN RICHMOND
  • JOHN SMEDLEY
  • John Varvatos
  • JOHNSTON & MURPHY - since 1850.
  • Johnstons of Elgin - since 1797. "Men's Luxury Cashmere Clothing."
  • JOPP
  • Joseph - since 1972.
  • JOSEPH ABBOUD - "Style with Substance."
  • JULIUS
  • JUNYA WATANABE - since 1992. Japanese fashion designer, a protégé of Comme des Garçons designer Rei Kawakubo. He continues to work for Comme des Garçons: His atelier is located on the second floor of its Tokyo headquarters, and he produces four shows a year in Paris.
  • Jupe by Jackie - "Established in 2010 by Dutch fashion designer Jackie Villevoye, Jupe by Jackie thrives through its ultimate attention to detail. Each of the renowned designs are intricately executed and characterised by the hand embroidered details."
  • Justin Reed - since 2017. "Justin Reed is an e-commerce and consignment shop for contemporary and vintage clothing, high-end fashion, art, and accessories. With studios in Los Angeles and New York, we are a digital-centric boutique shipping worldwide and offering a highly curated catalog that appeals to a wide range of buyers. Whether you are buying or selling with us, we believe in providing the highest quality experience and world-class customer service."
  • J.W.Anderson - British fashion label, founded by Jonathan Anderson. Anderson lived in Northern Ireland during his youth before establishing JW Anderson in 2008 and subsequently launched his fashion house in London. The brand initially focused on menswear, before moving into womenswear in 2010. From 2012 onwards, the brand and its designer have collaborated with a number of retail fashion brands, most notably Topshop and Versace with LVMH acquiring a minority stake in the brand in 2013.
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  • KARL DONOGHUE
  • KARL LAGERFELD
  • KENNETH COLE
  • Kent & Curwen
  • KENZO PARIS - since 1970. "Kenzo is a French luxury fashion house founded in 1970 by Kenzo Takada, born in Japan and moved to Paris in 1964. Owned by the luxury conglomerate LVMH, the label is known for its Asian influence on traditional European designs, delivering borderless fashion that celebrates cultural diversity."
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  • KidSuper - "Enthusiasm is contagious." Located in Brooklyn, the fashion label KidSuper Studios was founded by artist Colm Dillane. The humbling beginnings of Dillane helped him solidify his appreciation for art and all things fashion. The beginning of his journey started in his parent’s basement where he developed and created shirts for his high school friends who were fiending for the next cool design. To set himself apart from other popular streetwear brands, Dillane decided that his art will be the main focal point and his apparel will be unique and not cookie cutter.
  • Kiko Kostadinov - since 2017. Bulgarian fashion designer based in London.
  • KILGOUR - Savile Row of London, U.K.
  • Kingsman - at Mr Porter.
  • KITH - "Established in 2011, Kith operates on two planes - a multifunctional lifestyle brand for men, women, and kids, as well as a progressive retail establishment. Our seven brick-and-mortar flagship stores were designed in partnership with Snarkitecture, as we push the boundaries to deliver customers a completely unique experience."
  • Kiton.
  • KITON - Italian fashion house founded by Ciro Paone in Naples in 1968. It is now operating in the luxury goods sector, and is known for its bespoke service (creating a tailored suit which is hand cut and basted) and ready-to-wear men and women's garments for the tailored collections.
  • Knize, Graben 13, 1010 Vienna, Austria.
  • Knize - "Tradition since 1858." Vienna, Austria.
  • KochÉ - since 2015. "Fashion brand established in Paris by Christelle Kocher."
  • Kolor - Japanese fashion brand founded in 2004 by Junichi Abe.
  • KONQUEST COLLECTION
  • Kris van Assche
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  • LA Martina - "Shop The Look."
  • Labrum London - "Founded in 2015, Labrum London is a modern-day menswear brand telling the untold stories of West Africa to help bridge the gap between western and West African culture."
  • LACOSTE.
  • LACOSTE - since 1933.
  • LAGERFELD - since 1985.
  • Lanieri - "Italians Do Fit Better." Customise your very own made to measure suit. Start the journey by picking the fabric your prefer and start personalising your garment as you wish. Made in Italy.
  • LANVIN - French multinational high fashion house, which was founded by Jeanne Lanvin in 1889. It is the third oldest French fashion house still in operation.
  • Lanz Trachtenmoden - since 1922. "Everyman is wearing Lanz." The history of Lanz starts in the twenties. The vision to make traditional costumes acceptable for everybody became true. Today the name Lanz is a synonym for high quality “Tracht” and for Salzburg and the Austrian lifestyle. One word describes everything – lanzy. That means tradition with innovation. Or simple: elegance and comfort combined.
  • Laura Biagiotti
  • Larusmiani Milano - "Handmade in Italy since 1922."
  • LAZOSCHMIDL - since 2014. "Conceptual, non-binary menswear and womenswear. Discover our signature cut-out underwear, lurex knitwear and sparkly party attire."
  • Lemaire Paris - since 1991. "Helmed by Christophe Lemaire and Sarah-Linh Tran, the LEMAIRE brand offers a timeless Parisian style that is cosmopolitan, sophisticated and rich in influences. Crafted from fabrics selected for their quality and designed for everyday wear, the wardrobe is eminently modular—the supple silhouettes and soft color palette allow LEMAIRE outfits to be restyled and accented over time. Pieces from different collections and seasons can be paired effortlessly while maintaining the space floating around the body as it moves."
  • Les Tien - since 2008. "Timeless Unisex Clothing | Made in USA." Founded on the basis of making exceptional timeless basics, Les Tien elevates the concept of minimalism with a line of refined silhouettes. Les Tien crafts luxurious unisex leisure staples out of its factory in downtown Los Angeles. All fabrics are treated in house before they are cut, sewn and garment-dyed—a production method that yields a soft hand feel and a coveted level of lived-in comfort.
  • L.G.B.
  • Libertine - since 2001. Johnson Hartig is an American fashion designer. He co-founded Libertine and is the current CEO and Creative Director of the fashion line. "The clothes are joyful, multimedia, collaged art pieces as likely to be worn by society matriarchs as twentysomething rock 'n' rollers,” according to Los Angeles Times.
  • LINA CANTILLO
  • L.L. Bean - since 1912.
  • Lockheed Martin . since 1975. "LockheedMartinStore.com is owned and operated by Renaissance Promotions under corporate agreement with Lockheed Martin."
  • Lodenfrey - since 1842.
  • LOEWE - since 1846.
  • LORO PIANA MAN - since 1924. "Discover the essence of Italian Craftsmanship with the Loro Piana collection of men's designer clothing. With the brand's expertise in the processing of precious materials, Loro Piana creates timeless and elegant pieces that are designed to last. The collection features a wide range of men's clothing, including suits, jackets, sweaters, shirts, pants, and accessories. Each piece is meticulously crafted with attention to detail, ensuring a luxurious and comfortable experience. The Loro Piana designer clothes are perfect for men who appreciate timeless elegance and refined style. Whether you're looking for a classic suit for a special occasion or a casual sweater for everyday wear, Loro Piana has something to offer. Experience the essence of Italian craftsmanship with Loro Piana men's designer clothing. Explore the collection online and discover the perfect pieces to complete your wardrobe."
  • LOTUS ORIGINALS
  • Lou Dalton
  • LOUIS BOSTON
  • LOUIS FÉRAUD
  • Louis Vuitton.
  • LOUIS VUITTON - since 1854. "Virgil Abloh put his distinctive and visionary mark on Louis Vuitton’s ready-to-wear for men. His innovative designs create a complete contemporary wardrobe: from reimagined staples to unexpected silhouettes, from casualwear to evening looks. Each collection is infused by a modern creativity that (re)defines elegance for the 21st century man."
  • LRS - since 2014. LRS Studio is a fashion label founded by Raul Solis, a designer, artist and stylist from Mexico, raised in Los Angeles, CA, and currently based in New York City. His visual lexicon is infused with the spirit of sculpture, photography, music, street and and nightclub culture.
  • Lu'u Dan - Launched in 2022 by Kwaidan Editions cofounder Hung La, aims to create community and carve a space for Asian identities. Menswear brand who's sartorial chronicles present inventive knits, evocative prints, and daring colour palettes to reframe Asian masculinity.
  • LUBIAM - since 1911.
  • Luca Faloni - since 2013. "Timeless Designs Crafted in Italy."
  • LUCIANO BARBERA - since 1971. "The Classic Original Italian Style."
  • Luciano Soprani
  • Ludovic de Saint Sernin - since 2017. Ludovic de Saint Sernin is for guys and girls, with many pieces designed without one gender in mind.
  • Luigi Basile Uomo
  • LUIGI BORRELLI - founded in 1957.
  • Lululemon - since 1998. "Lululemon makes technical clothing for yoga, running, and most other sweaty pursuits."
  • Lumen Et Umbra
  • LUTWYCHE - "Hand Tailored in England." 15 Clifford Street, London, U.K.
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  • Mackintosh - since 1846. "One of the world's most influential coat makers for almost 200 years." The Mackintosh raincoat (abbreviated as mac) is a form of waterproof raincoat, first sold in 1824, made of rubberised fabric.
  • MAGEE CLOTHING - est. 1866.
  • Magliano - Founded in 2016 by Italian designer Luca Magliano, his eponymous label Magliano has rapidly garnered the attention of the entire fashion universe. The young brand is widely recognized largely in part for its alternative approach to menswear and ironic optimism surrounding modern masculinity.
  • MAISON KITSUNÉ
  • Maison Margiela Paris - since 1988. MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA is a label that is famed for its progressive aesthetic and enigmatic approach.
  • Maison Mihara Yasuhiro - In 1997 Yasuhiro launched his label 'Miharayasuhiro'. The following year he opened his first store named 'SOSU'. In 1998 Yasuhiro decided to expand his business and added menswear to the company. He began a successful long-term collaboration with Puma in 2000.
  • Malcolm McLaren - (1946-2010).
  • MANGO - since 1984.
  • MARC JACOBS - Marc Jacobs created Marc Jacobs International with Robert Duffy in 1984, basing the brand on two very simple concepts: a love of fashion and a commitment to quality.
  • Marcelo Burlon County of Milan - since 2012. Discover the latest creations of the mastermind behind the most sought after fashion pieces of Milan. Marcelo Burlon keeps pushing the boudaries of ...
  • Margaret Howell - "Margaret Howell is a contemporary British clothing designer. Established in 1970 and incorporated in 1987 Margaret Howell Limited is an internationally recognised design company with more than 100 shops and concessions including London, Paris, Florence and throughout Japan."
  • Marine Serre - since 2017. French fashion designer who won the 2017 LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers.
  • MARK POWELL - British fashion designer whose emphasis on bespoke tailoring has gained a celebrity clientele.
  • Markus Lupfer
  • MARNI - Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1994 by Consuelo Castiglioni in Milan, Italy.
  • MARTIN GREENFIELD - New York City, NY, U.S.A. Aka the Tailor's Tailor.
  • Martine Rose - "Some place special." Martine Rose established her eponymous label in London in 2007. It has since evolved from a tightly edited shirting collection to an internationally renowned and critically acclaimed brand.
  • MASSIMO Alba - since 2006. "The way you dress must belong to you. I believe in the personalization of fashion and not in an uncritical acceptance, all absorbing by what it offers. Your style is often associated with who you really are, with your gestures. It is a matter of osmosis, of credibility, of letting the obvious go and breaking it. Style is also repetition and in the act of repeating itself it becomes stronger and more concrete."
  • MASSIMO Rebecchi
  • MASSIMO SFORZA
  • Matchless - "The Innovator Since 1899."
  • MATSUDA - "The label for today's young fashionable men."
  • MATTHEW FARNES - 12 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • MAURICE SEDWELL - 19 Savile Row, London, U.K. Established 1938.
  • MAURO GRIFONI
  • MEHM
  • Meindl - "Lederhosen."
  • Merely Made - "A WELL CRAFTED PIECE OF CLOTHING." Created in 2018 by Hong Loco in Seoul, Merely Made's main goal is to make people look great effortlessly. Through the simpleness and the modern silhouettes of its clothes, the brand tries to reach the full spectrum of people and explore every aspect of morphology.
  • MEYER & MORTIMER - 6 Sackville Street, London, U.K.
  • Michael Bastian - CFDA award-winning luxury American menswear brand founded in 2006, designed in New York and made entirely in Italy.
  • Michael Fish
  • MICHAEL KORS - since 1981. American fashion designer. He is the chief creative officer of his brand, Michael Kors, which sells men's and women's ready-to-wear, accessories, watches, jewelry, footwear, and fragrance.
  • MICHAEL RESLAN - 689 Fifth Avenue, 15th Floor, Penthouse, New York City, NY, U.S.A. By appointment only.
  • Michael Toschi.
  • MICHAEL TOSCHI
  • MIGUEL CABALLERO - "The Armani of armor." Exclusive bulletproof fashion apparel.
  • Mihara Yasuhiro
  • Ministry of Supply - Boston-based high performance business wear men's fashion brand launched in 2012.
  • MISSONI - since 1953. Italian luxury fashion house based in Varese, and known for its colorful knitwear designs. The company was founded by Ottavio ("Tai") and Rosita Missoni in 1953.
  • Moncler - since 1952. Italian high-end luxury fashion house specialized in ready-to-wear outerwear headquartered in Milan, Italy. Since its start as a down jacket boutique, Moncler has expanded to design vests, raincoats, windbreakers, knitwear, leather goods, footwear, fragrance, and related accessories. Its core branding includes the rooster (cockerel), "M" monogram, felt appliqué badge, crossed skis and cartoon goose mascot.
  • MONTANA
  • MONTEDORO - since 1958. Urban sportwear.
  • MORRIS & SONS - since 1952.
  • Moschino - Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1983 by Franco Moschino in Milan known for over-the-top, campy designs. The company specializes in ready-to-wear, handbags, and fashion accessories.
  • MOTR - since 2012. "MOTR may not exist to carry on his legacy, but it might be the first new brand since Abloh's death last year to uphold his values so explicitly."
  • MP di Massimo Piombo - "Envisaged and designed 'for beautiful people.'"
  • MSGM - Massimo Giorgetti founded MSGM in 2009. His designs combine traditional tailoring with contemporary sportswear fabrics, cuts, and finishes, while staying true to his Italian heritage.
  • MUSTO
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  • Nanushka - since 2006. "The Modern Bohemian." Nanushka delivers a modern, versatile, day to night wardrobe for the modern human with the aim of creating a new informal form of beauty. Discover the latest arrivals on Nanushka.com, new-season pieces that explore our long-standing values of refined minimalism, comfort and functionality in timeless yet modern ways.
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  • NEIL BARRETT - Neil Barrett founded his eponymous brand in 1999, debuting on the runway in 2000, at Pitti Uomo, Florence. Ever since, Neil Barrett has delivered innovative and distinctive designs, with acute attention to fabric development and fits.
  • Newman - "A cultural phenomenon dreamed in California in 1967."
  • N.Hoolywood - "The brand, founded in 2001 by creative director Daisuke Obana, draws upon elements of deconstructed streetwear, military clothing and traditional Japanese craftsmanship to create garments that can be worn anywhere."
  • Nick Graham
  • NICOLE FARHI
  • NIHL - "It’s not a truism to say that NIHL is evolving as its founder is, because of the magnitude of change in the designer’s life, not to mention the world."
  • NIKE - since 1964.
  • Nili Lotan - since 2003. "Timeless Fashion and Luxury Designer Clothing."
  • Nino Cerruti: Italian fashion great dies aged 91 - "He always insisted on trying on his own creations first. Many of them were kept at the textile factory his grandfather founded in the town of Biella in 1881."
  • NINO CORVATO - New York City, NY, U.S.A. Italian master tailor.
  • Nº. 21 - since 2010. "Discover the exclusive shoes, dresses, shirts and coats designed by Alessandro dell'Acqua."
  • NORMAN HARTNELL
  • NORTON & SONS - established in 1821. 16 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • norwegian wool - since 2008. Luxury outerwear company based in New York. All of the coats are waterproof. The main manufacturing facility is located in Tuscany, just outside of Florence, Italy.
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  • OAMC - since 2013. "GESAMTKUNSTWERK. Modern menswear for the culture and context of now." Luke Meier and Arnaud Faeh launched OAMC way back in 2013 after both working at streetwear and skate giants Supreme and Carhartt WIP. Luke headed up the design team at skate shop Supreme for eight years, while Arnaud landed creative director status at Carhartt WIP for six years.
  • Off-White - Italian streetwear and luxury fashion label founded by American creative designer Virgil Abloh in Milan, Italy in 2012.
  • Officine GÉnÉrale - since 2012. French men's and women's clothing brand founded by Pierre Mahéo. The brand is based in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, Paris and uses French, British and Italian fabrics.
  • Old Navy - launched in 1994 as a value chain. On February 28, 2019, Gap Inc., announced that Old Navy will spin-off from the company, making Old Navy independent from Gap Inc. This was reversed on January 16, 2020, when Gap Inc. announced that the separation had been called off.
  • Oliver Spencer
  • Oliver Wicks - "European Style." Because you probably have enough stuff made in China. Get your custom suit online - made in Europe from the best Italian wool for the ultimate style boost, tailored & delivered in 28 days.
  • orSlow - "Established in 2005 by Ichiro Nakutsu, orSlow is designed and manufactured in Hyogo, Japan. With a strong focus on creating basic garments from quality custom fabrics, while taking cues from designer Ichiro Nakutsu's personal collection of vintage army and workwear, orSlow products offer longevity and classic styling without compromising on comfort or fit." Men's.
  • Our Legacy - since 2005. "Known for applying custom-developed fabrics on signature shapes, OUR LEGACY has amassed a devoted following over the years establishing the role of a cult brand."
  • Ovadia & Sons
  • OXXFORD CLOTHES - since 1916. "Hand Made in Chicago."
  • Oyuna
  • OZWALD BOATENG - 30 Savile Row, London, U.K. Coined the term bespoke couturier.
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  • PacSun - since 1980. "PacSun is dedicated to delivering an exclusive collection of the most relevant brands and styles to a community of inspired youth. Through partnerships with brands such as adidas, Brandy Melville, Essentials Fear of God, our own brands, and many more, we offer a unique range of product that all youth can express themselves through."
  • PAL ZILERI - since 1980. "Made in Italy men's clothing | Luxury Clothing Brand for Men." The brand story of Pal Zileri is a leading luxury clothing brand for men that offer tailor-made suits, jackets, coats along with accessories for men. Visit the official Pal Zileri Store. Shop online the elegant and refined men's clothing from the latest collection. 100% Made in Italy artisan quality.
  • Palm Angels - luxury fashion label founded in 2015 by Italian art director and photographer, Francesco Ragazzi who is also the former artistic director of Moncler. Palm Angels is part of the New Guards Group and has collaborated with brands such as Moncler Genius, Playboi Carti, BBC Ice Cream, Under Armour & Clarks.
  • PAOLO SPERTI
  • Patagonia - since 1973. American clothing company that markets and sells outdoor clothing.
  • PAUL & SHARK
  • Paul Smith.
  • PAUL SMITH - since 1970. British fashion designer. His reputation is founded on his designs for men's clothing, but his business has expanded into other areas as well. Smith was made a Royal Designer for Industry in 1991. His eponymous fashion company was founded in 1970 and has expanded into over 70 countries, selling its products via standalone stores, departments in high-end stores or malls.
  • Paul Stuart - since 1938. "The newest arrivals in the Paul Stuart Collection. From cozy basics to effortless outerwear, rich colors and textures, washed cotton, cashmere, shetland wool, and plush corduroy, perfect for the season ahead."
  • Paynter Jacket Co. - since 2019. "Limited edition jackets. Available 4 days a year." We re-make iconic jackets that stand the test of time, using the best materials and makers we can find. We want to bring meaning back to clothing. Which is why we make to order, and take you behind the scenes as we do it. Our jackets take 6-8 weeks to be made, and every week along the way you’ll see behind the scenes content, such the fabric being made and your jacket as its sewn in the factory. We think waste is a design flaw. We have no stock room, because we have no stock. We make only what is ordered, and even returned jackets go to new homes from our waiting lists.
  • Per GÖtesson - since 2016. His work touches on notions of belonging and travel, navigating the image of what it means to be a man in an inclusive and forward looking way. He uses and references traditional crafts techniques and draping whilst embracing and including emerging digital technologies.
  • PERRY ELLIS
  • PETER DO - established in 2018 in New York City. PETER DO is dedicated creating a new future in fashion through thoughtful design. Born in Biên Hòa, Vietnam, Do immigrated to the suburbs of Philadelphia at the age of 14. He studied Fashion Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City and was the recipient of the inaugural 2014 LVMH Graduate Prize. Do went on to work in the RTW atelier at Céline and then at Derek Lam. PETER DO is carried in renowned retailers globally.
  • PETER MILLAR - tailored suits.
  • PHILIPP PLEIN - since 2008. "The Ultimate Fashion Luxury E-Shop." Discover our latest women, men and kids collection. Shop our fashion luxury handbags and shoes exclusively made in Italy.
  • PiÈces Uniques - since 2016. "Paris-based clothing brand created by Edmond Luu, Inspired by the heroes of his favourite mangas, science fiction movies & video games. Pièces Uniques aims to create the armor allowing people to feel like the heroes of tomorrow."
  • Piero Dimitri - since 1971.
  • Pierre Cardin - since 1950. "Italian-born naturalised-French fashion designer. He is known for what were his avant-garde style and Space Age designs. He preferred geometric shapes and motifs, often ignoring the female form. He advanced into unisex fashions, sometimes experimental, and not always practical. He founded his fashion house in 1950 and introduced the 'bubble dress' in 1954."
  • Pigalle - "Stephane Ashpool is one of contemporary street/sport/fashion culture’s most quixotic figures, especially in relation to fashion. Throughout the past decade, he has built Pigalle into a marque with enormous clout for those who know."
  • PINEIDER - since 1774.
  • PIRELLI PZERO
  • POLICE - since 1983. Italian brand of fashion accessories.
  • POLYVORE - "Founded in 2007, Polyvore gave users the tools to create collages of clothing, beauty, and home products, and in doing so, created a community of people getting creative and following each other's work."
  • PORSCHE DESIGN - since 1972. "Whether it's a stylish nappa boot, a sporty sneaker or an elegant moccasin: you'll find genuine all-rounders with high-quality materials in our shop."
  • PORSCHE DESIGN P1140 RawTec Blazer - awarded the international Red Dot Design Award for 2012 in the Fashion, Lifestyle and Accessories category.
  • Prada S.p.A.
  • PRADA - Italian luxury fashion house that was founded in 1913 by Mario Prada. It specializes in leather handbags, travel accessories, shoes, ready-to-wear, perfumes and other fashion accessories.
  • Pringle of Scotland.
  • PRINGLE OF SCOTLAND - since 1815. Fashion brand specialising in cashmere knitwear and holds the royal warrant as manufacturers of knitted garments. It is one of the world's oldest continually operating fashion companies.
  • Public School
  • PUCCI - since 1947. Explore the World of PUCCI and purchase online our latest collections at the official online store and enjoy free international delivery.
  • Pyer Moss - "Founded in 2013, as mens and womenswear fashion label concerned with building a narrative that speaks about heritage and activism."
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  • R13 - since 2009. "Designer Clothing & Accessories." Shop R13 Denim for premium denim, including skinny, distressed, high-waisted styles, leather jackets, boots & more.
  • Raf Simons - since 1995. Belgian fashion designer. Beginning in furniture design, Simons launched his own menswear label in 1995. He was creative director at Jil Sander (2005–2012), Christian Dior (2012–2015), and Calvin Klein (2016–2018). As of 1 April 2020, he is the co-creative director of Prada, in partnership with Miuccia Prada.
  • Raf Simons shutters his influential label - "Belgian fashion designer Raf Simons will shutter his eponymous fashion brand after 27 years, he announced on Monday. Simons shared the unexpected news on Instagram, writing that his label's recently unveiled spring-summer 2023 collection would be its last."
  • RAG & BONE - "Founded in 2002, Rag & Bone had one very clear vision in mind: to make clothes that they and their friends would love to wear every day. Effortless urban style, with expert craftsmanship."
  • Rahul Mishra - since 2005. Indian fashion designer based in Delhi. He is the first Indian designer to be invited to showcase at the Haute Couture Week in Paris. He won the International Woolmark Prize in 2014 at Milan Fashion Week, becoming the first Indian designer to win the award. The winning collection was sold in stores around the world.
  • Rains - since 2012. "The Danish Brand You Need To Know About." Rains is a Danish brand committed to making sure that no-one can rain on your parade. This innovative fashion company started life in 2012, intending to replace the boring rubber raincoat with something a little more fun!
  • Ralph Lauren Polo.
  • RALPH LAUREN - founded in 1967.
  • Random Identities - Founded by Stefano Pilati in 2017, Random Identities comes as Pilati's first solo venture having previously held position as the Head Designer for Yves Saint Laurent and Ermenegildo Zegna.
  • Ranra - founded in Berlin in 2008. "Sustainable clothing now has a name."
  • RENÉ LEZARD
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  • R H U D E - "R H U D E, founded by Rhuigi Villaseñor in 2015, is a design venture born out of Los Angeles, balancing luxury techniques with streetwear elements, ..."
  • RICHARD ANDERSON - "In 2001 Richard Anderson Ltd opened for business on London's world-renowned Savile Row; the first bespoke tailoring House to open on the Row in 50 years. Combining over 100 years of experience on Savile Row, our team represents the perfect combination of tradition and innovative creativity." Ready-To-Wear & bespoke. 13 Savile Row, London, England, U.K.
  • RICHARD JAMES - 29 Savile Row, London, England, U.K.
  • Richfresh - "Luxe-Leisure." Bespoke suits, shirts, trousers and handbags.
  • RICK OWENS - since 1994. Owens launched his fashion line in 1994, operating out of a store in Hollywood Boulevard. One of the first boutiques to carry his clothes was Charles Gallay, who was known for carrying avant-garde designers. He gained notability after Kate Moss was photographed by Corrine Day for Vogue Paris in one of his signature leather jackets. Shop the latest Rick Owens menswear, shoes and accessories now on the official Rick Owens online store with worldwide express shipping.
  • ROBERTO CAVALLI - Italian fashion designer and inventor. He is known for exotic prints and for creating the sand-blasted look for jeans. The high-end Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli sells luxury clothing, perfume and leather accessories.
  • Robyn Lynch - "Dublin-born menswear designer Robyn Lynch founded her brand upon graduating from the Menswear MA at the University of Westminster in June 2018."
  • ROCAWEAR
  • ROCCO IANNONE - "Ferrari’s first-ever clothing collection by creative director, Rocco Iannone, is here."
  • ROCK & REPUBLIC - American jeans brand founded by Michael Ball in 2002.
  • Roderick Charles - 90 Jermyn St., London, England, U.K.
  • ROGAN
  • Rogers Peet - men's clothing company founded on November 6, 1874. Rogers Peet introduced several innovations into the men's wear business: they attached tags to garments giving fabric composition, they marked garments with price tags (the established practice was to haggle), they offered customers their money back if not satisfied. The last Rogers Peet store closed in the mid-1980s.
  • Rolf Ekroth - Rolf Ekroth is an independent Finnish fashion label that champions utilitarianism, nostalgia and the power of sustainably produced clothes.
  • ROMEO GIGLI
  • RTA - "Established in Los Angeles in 2013, RTA is a luxury women's and men's ready-to-wear and accessories collection founded upon the belief that the journey should be as extraordinary as the destination."
  • Rubinacci Naples.
  • RUBINACCI NAPLES - "The Innovators of Neapolitan Elegance."
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  • SACAI - "Sacai was established by Chitose Abe in 1999 in Tokyo, Japan." She debuted her own label, Sacai (a variation on her maiden name, Sakai), from her home with a handful of knits in 1999. She started selling her line in Europe and the U.S. in the early aughts, and by 2009 she was showing in Paris. Sacai’s menswear collection got its first public outing in 2009. So influential is Abe that she was rumored to be the successor to Alexander Wang at Balenciaga, a post that ultimately went to Vetements’s Demna Gvasalia.
  • SACOOR BROTHERS
  • Saint James French Clothing - since 1889.
  • SAINT LAURENT - Founded in 1962, today Saint Laurent markets a range of women's and men's ready-to-wear products, leather goods, shoes and jewellery. He is regarded as being among the foremost fashion designers of the twentieth century.
  • SALFRA
  • Salvatore Ferragamo Italia S.p.A.
  • SALVATORE FERRAGAMO - founded 1927.
  • Salvatore Piccolo Napoli - since 2007. "From New York to Tokyo his shirts are distributed in the most prestigious retailers in the world."
  • President Bill Clinton with Sam Melwani of Sam's Tailor.
  • SAM'S TAILOR - since 1957. "In Hong Kong, the reputed home of the 24-hour suit." The shop is well known for its A-list clientele, including HM Queen Elizabeth II, Ronald Reagan, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, U.S. Presidents Gerald Ford, George H. W. Bush, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton, UK Prime Ministers Margaret Thatcher and Tony Blair, John McEnroe, George Michael, Michael Jackson, Boris Becker, Bob Hawke, Kylie Minogue, David Bowie, Richard Gere and Luca Marchesi.
  • SAMAN AMEL - since 2010. "Atelier Saman Amel is a Stockholm based tailoring brand operation on a custom made basis. Made to measure tailoring, suits, jackets, trousers & outerwear."
  • SAND - "The brand started in 1981 and marries the Italian quality with Danish sense of style. The brand uses high-quality fabric but produces the garments locally so that they are able to lower carbon footprint by reducing excessive transportation."
  • SANDRO
  • SANITATE TAILORS - New York City, NY, U.S.A.
  • SANTANDREA MILANO
  • SAUL NASH - since 2018. "British menswear designer, movement director and choreographer from North East London. His design practice exists to bridge the gap between Luxury Menswear and Sportswear; unique technical garments, designed and cut for the liberation of movement. Described by Sarah Mower of American Vogue as having a 'sensitivity and intelligence that works right through to the structure of his design,' and having been hailed by Hypebeast as 'the next superstar of sportswear' - Nash’s young brand is undergoing a meteoric rise."
  • Schott NYC - founded in 1913. The first company to put a zipper on a jacket. In the early 1950s they created the classic Perfecto 618 motorcycle jacket Marlon Brando wore in the movie The Wild One (1953).
  • Seidensticker - since 1919. "High quality shirts, knitwear & accessories."
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  • SF1OG - since 2019. "With SF1OG's genderless, extraordinary and partly experimental design, the Berlin fashion label exists in the spirit of time and is especially based on inspirations from the past. The design studio was founded in 2019 by Rosa Marga Dahl during her fashion design studies, as she always missed a place where she could design clothes on her own terms. The relentless pursuit of her own vision intrigued her business partner Jacob Langemeyer from the start, leading to a long-lasting working relationship. While Rosa carries out the design process, Jacob takes care of the management side."
  • SIEGER
  • SIKI IM
  • SIR TOM BAKER - 4 D'Arblay Street, Soho, London, U.K. Founded in 1996.
  • Slowear Venice - since 2003. All brands.
  • SMART Clothing Lab - "Smart Clothing Gives Us Super Powers."
  • Soulland
  • SOUSTER & HICKS - 9-10 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • SPYDER - Colorado-based manufacturer of high-end skiing apparel. World's largest ski specialty brand.
  • ST. CROIX
  • St. Croix's Classic Long-sleeve Mock, Style 1990 - Steve Jobs, the late Apple CEO, often wore a St. Croix mock turtleneck at his keynotes.
  • STEED - 12 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • STEFANO RICCI - luxury men's clothing.
  • STENSTRÖMS - since 1899.
  • STEVE HARVEY
  • STEVEN HITCHCOCK - 13 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • STEWART & STRAUSS - world's largest selection of varsity jackets.
  • STONE ISLAND
  • STOWERS BESPOKE - 13 Savile Row, London, U.K. Bespoke, made-to-measure and ready-to-wear.
  • STRELLSON - "Urban fashion for men who are alwats on the move."
  • STUART LAMPRELL - 6 Sackville Street, London, U.K.
  • StÜssy - "Worldwide Since 1980". Shop: New - Tees - Sweats - Shorts - Pants - Tops & Shirts - Knits - Outerwear - Headwear - Eyewear - Accessories.
  • Suitart - "With class and style - the tailor-made suit of SuitArt."
  • Suitsupply, 9 Vigo St, London W1S 3HH, U.K.
  • Suitsupply - "Impeccable suiting since 2000." Our range is wide and versatile and consists of jackets and trousers, shirts, accessories and shoes that allow customers to purchase prêt à porter fashion items as well as made-to-measure garments.
  • A. Sulka and Co. (1893-2001).
  • Sulka - (1893-2001). Haberdasher to Royalty.
  • Sunflower - since 2018.
  • SURFACE TO AIR
  • SØrensen
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  • Telfar - since 2005. The eponymous menswear line of fashion prodigy and international celebrity Telfar Clemens.
  • The Alan Flusser Custom Shop - 3 East 48th Street, 3rd Floor, New York City, NY, U.S.A.
  • The Elder Statesman - The Elder Statesman is a luxury clothing, fashion and lifestyle brand based in Los Angeles founded in 2007 by Greg Chait.
  • The Kooples
  • The Lost Explorer - "Live Curiously." Goods, apparel and things you didn’t know you needed.
  • The Row - "The Row est. in 2006 by Ashley Olsen and Mary-Kate Olsen. Timeless ready-to-wear, handbags and accessories."
  • Thebe Magugu - since 2016. Fashion designer Thebe Magugu founded his namesake label in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2016 and quickly garnered critical acclaim for his thoughtful and inventive collections that comment on history, culture, and politics.
  • Theory - Theory is a contemporary fashion brand launched in New York in 1997. The Theory brand offers unfailingly elegant style. Its acclaimed comfort stems from perfectly fitting designs and superior materials. At the end of August 2022, Theory boasted 437 stores worldwide.
  • THIERRY MUGLER - since 1973.
  • Thom Browne.
  • THOM BROWNE New York - since 2014.
  • THOM Sweeney - since 2007. "Luxury Menswear & Bespoke Tailoring." 1-2 Weighhouse St, Mayfair, London, U.K.
  • THOMAS MAHON - 20 Savile Row, London, U.K.
  • TIE YOUR TIE - since 1984. via Ciro Menotti, 2/a 2/b, Florence. Italian luxury menswear and accessories.
  • Tiger of Sweden - since 1903. Luxury fashion house specialising in ready-to-wear fashion, footwear and accessories.
  • TIMOTHY EVEREST READY-TO-WEAR - "The quintessential British tailor who enjoys the highest critical acclaim for his eccentric style and modern attitude."
  • T.M.Lewin - founded in 1898. T.M.Lewin established themselves in Jermyn Street, the home of English shirt making, in 1903.
  • TOD'S - Made in Italy since 1920. "An icon of Italian design, Tod’s encapsulates a lifestyle that marries timeless elegance with supreme quality. A lifestyle linked innately to the concept of Italian flair, good taste and savoir vivre."
  • Todd Snyder - "Since launching his eponymous label in 2011, he has infused his love for New York City into the DNA of the Todd Snyder brand, redefining how modern American men can present themselves to the world in stylish, unexpected ways. From bespoke tailoring to innovative capsule collections, Todd’s creations show that good style can be attainable and even playful."
  • TOM BROWN TAILORS - London & Eton, U.K.
  • TOM FORD - American fashion designer and filmmaker. He launched his eponymous luxury brand in 2005, having previously served as the creative director at Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. James Bond’s tailor for the 23rd Bond film. He currently serves as the chairman of the Board of the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
  • Tomas Maier
  • Tommy Hilfiger - since 1985. American fashion designer. Hilfiger's collections are often influenced by the fashion of music subcultures and marketed in connection with the music industry.
  • Trend Tablet - new social media platform designed and curated by lidewij edelkoort. This tool is accessed for free. It explains how trends grow, evolve and flow, and helps us better understand and perceive how they interact in our daily lives. It shows the connections between edelkoort’s forecasts and a piece of art, a plant, a dress or a car...
  • Trillions Fashion - since 2011. Trillions Fashion is a menswear fashion brand that creates contemporary and unique lines of clothing for the fashion forward and confident man who desires ...
  • Trussardi.
  • Trussardi - founded in 1911. Italian luxury fashion house based in Milan, Italy, and specialized in leather goods, ready-to-wear, perfumes, and accessories.
  • TURNBULL & ASSER - Royal Warrant shirtmaker and dresser of the world's most eminent gentlemen since 1885. "Turnbull & Asser’s collection of men’s tailoring has developed a reputation for delivering crafted, quality tailoring with a superior fit since 1885. Invest in the everyday with a pair of jeans cut in a classic style that pair perfectly with one of our lightweight men’s tailored blazers. Our men’s cord trousers are a timeless staple for every wardrobe, while our tailored velvet smoking jackets are the epitome of elegant evening wear." 71-72 Jermyn Street, London, U.K.
  • TURNBULL & ASSER - The James Bond Collection - "Shop James Bond shirts and ties from Turnbull & Asser. Inspired by the original pieces created for Dr. No, Casino Royale, Die Another Day and more, recreated using authentic records from the archive."
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  • UDESHI (LONDON) - "Founded in 1999 in London by Oscar Udeshi, the house crafts bespoke, made to measure and ready to wear clothing for the discerning gentleman, from the beach to the boardroom and beyond. Our international clientele come to us for our soft, comfortable and functional clothing, executed with our unique design aesthetic that blends modern detailing with a comprehensive and respectful understanding of the traditions of men’s dress."
  • uman - launched in 2009 by Umberto Angeloni.
  • Undercover - "Japanese label Undercover is the work of designer Jun Takahashi, who originally studied at the Bunka Academy of Fashion. Takahashi created Undercover in 1990. The embodiment of Japanese cool, the brand fuses American inspirations with British punk references. The cult-status brand is a staple in the wardrobe of streetwear enthusiasts. Takahashi describes his style as 'cute but scary, beautiful but ugly'. His womenswear collections reveal the light feminine side of Undercover's darkest influences and are always finely detailed and beautifully finished."
  • understated leather - since 2014. "Understated Leather believes that the style and quality of our pieces should speak for the brand & not the other way around. Coined by its name, the unpretentious intention of the brand is to focus on the wearer. Owner Jennifer Kassell fuses her Australian roots with her Texan lifestyle creating a refreshing & relatable Aussie-Americana vibe."
  • UNGARO Paris - French fashion designer who founded the eponymous fashion house in 1965.
  • uniqlo - since 1984. Japanese casual wear designer, manufacturer and retailer.
  • United Colors of Benetton - since 1965. "United Colors of Benetton is one of the world’s most popular and loved brands. Strongly tied to its Italian roots and its DNA of knitwear and color, it is an ambassador of contemporary casual chic style."
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  • Vain - "VAIN is an interdisciplinary design project by the Helsinki based artist Jimi Vain. What started as a one-man design project back in 2019 has since evolved into a prominent independent fashion label. VAIN and it’s story is a testament to the very nature of what it means to be creative in the Digital Age. Selected high quality materials, subtle cultural references and extreme attention to detail are the defining hallmarks of VAIN."
  • Valentino Garavani.
  • VALENTINO Garavani - since 1960. "Discover the iconic clothing, bags, shoes and accessories collections by Valentino Garavani."
  • Van Gils.
  • VAN GILS - since 1948. Van Gils Fashion BV is a Dutch based fashion company. Dutch Tailors since 1948 and known for great tailored products.
  • VAN HEUSEN - since 1881. Van Heusen men's apparel, casual shirts, polos, tees, sweaters, sweat shirts, pants. Design made simple + smart.
  • VARSITY JACKETS DIRECT - customized to your exact specifications.
  • VICOMTE A. Paris - since 2005. French high-end ready-to-wear brand.
  • VIP BODY ARMOR - "The premier provider in bulletproof fashion, VIP Body Armor / VIP Body Armor designs bulletproof clothing that embodies fashion with security."
  • Visvim - by Hiroki Nakamura.
  • Vitale Barberis Canonico - established in 1663. Italian fabric mill. Its largest customer is the Italian fabric mill and luxury menswear fashion house Ermenegildo Zegna. Vitale Barberis Canonico has remained a family-owned business for 15 generations.
  • Vivienne Westwood (8 April 1941 - 29 December 2022).
  • VIVIENNE WESTWOOD - "Clothing & Accessories." Fashion Icon and Activist. Vivienne Westwood began designing in 1971 along with her then partner Malcolm McLaren in London. At the time, they used their shop at 430 Kings Road, London, to showcase their ideas and designs. Enter the world of Vivienne Westwood Official Store: Discover men's and women's clothes & accessories with bold silhouettes and punk spirit.
  • Vivo Masks - "Handmade designer masks." Authentic Venetian masquerade masks.
  • VONROSEN - Berlin-based by-invitation-only luxury fashion label. Steve Jobs' iconic black VONROSEN cashmere sweater.
  • VTMNTS - since 2012. VTMNTS is a clothing & lifestyle brand redefining luxury for the new generation.
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  • Wales Bonner - "Established in 2014 by Grace Wales Bonner as a menswear brand."
  • Walter Van Beirendonck - since 1983. Belgian fashion designer. He is the head of the Fashion Department at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp.
  • We11done - "With K-Pop Credentials & A Global Fan Base, Meet South Korean Label We11done." With a famous following including Billie Eilish, Yang Mi, Angelababy, Kylie Jenner, Justin Bieber, and G-Dragon, it’s no surprise that the South Korean brand is back on the Paris Fashion Week schedule.
  • WELSH AND JEFFERIES - 20 Savile Row, London, U.K. Since 1907.
  • Whistles
  • White Mountaineering - since 2006. White Mountaineering is an outdoors-inspired streetwear label based in Tokyo and it was founded by Yosuke Aizawa in 2006.
  • WILLIAM FIORAVANTI - New York City, NY, U.S.A.
  • William Hunt - 41 Savile Row, London, England, U.K.
  • William Lockie - William Lockie & Company has been creating luxurious knitwear in the world's purest fibres at their riverside mills in Hawick, Scotland, since 1874. "We specialize in natural fibres such as Cashmere, Camelhair, Merino, Geelong & Lambswool. Amazing handmade quality using traditional techniques that have been passed down for generations."
  • Willy Chavarria - "In 2015, Chavarria launched his own label, gaining critical acclaim for his distinct interpretation of men's fashion. He also used his shows as platforms for political expression, taking a diverse approach to casting long before much of the rest of the industry."
  • WILVORST - formal wear.
  • Windsor.
  • WINDSOR
  • Won Hundred
  • Wooyoungmi Paris - since 2002. "The Korean fashion label known for its fine attention to detail, architectural cuts and sharp, skilled tailoring."
  • W.W.CHAN & SONS TAILOR LTD. - since 1952 one of the original "Red Gang", Hong Kong.
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  • Yeti - "The lightest down fashion collection: downcoats | downjackets | downvests."
  • yohji yamamoto - since 1984. Japanese fashion designer based in Tokyo and Paris. Considered a master tailor alongside those such as Madeleine Vionnet, he is known for his avant-garde tailoring featuring Japanese design aesthetics.
  • Y/Project - since 2010. "Since the appointment of Glenn Martens as Creative Director of Y/Project in 2013, the Paris based label has combined conceptual and inventive detailing with playful proportions and a witty take on historical references." The Y/PROJECT Evergreen collection is a series of classic carry over styles manufactured in an ethical and sustainable fashion. Each season, a select number of pieces will be added to this collection, creating garments with longevity to be worn for years to come. Raw materials are sourced to ensure their traceability and their contribution to the preservation of biological diversity. Production is carried out through environmentally conscious processes, ensuring a fully sustainable and traceable supply chain.
  • Yves Saint Laurent (1936-2008).
  • YVES SAINT LAURENT - Founded in 1962, today Saint Laurent markets a range of women's and men's ready-to-wear products, leather goods, shoes and jewellery. He is regarded as being among the foremost fashion designers of the twentieth century.
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  • ZADIG & VOLTAIRE - since 1997.
  • George Zaharoff.
  • ZAHAROFF - "Zaharoff is a luxury brand defined by Modern American style rooted in the classic. We offer men's Ready-To-Wear, Accessories & Fragrances."
  • ZANELLA
  • ZARA
  • Ermenegildo Zegna.
  • ZEGNA - founded in 1910.
  • ZILLI
  • Zoe Karssen
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