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M.J. Bale latest collection shows the versatility of Merino wool

M.J. Bale latest collection shows the versatility of Merino wool

Teaming up with The Woolmark Company for the third year in a row, the Australian-owned menswear brand and tailor M.J. Bale has launched a large selection of lightweight suits and tuxedos woven with lightweight Cool Wool fabrics.

English fashion: Hardy Amies

English fashion: Hardy Amies

Having written a regular column for Esquire on men's fashion, in 1964, Amies published the book ABC of Men's Fashion. Amies's strict male dress code included commandments on everything from socks to the summer wardrobe. When, in July 2009, the Hardy Amies Designer Archive was opened on Savile Row, the Victoria & Albert Museum reissued the book. He stated, "A man should look as if he has bought his clothes with intelligence, put them on with care and then forgotten all about them." In 1974, Amies was entered into the Vanity Fair International Best Dressed List Hall of Fame.

Italian Fashion - Corneliani

Italian Fashion - Corneliani

Corneliani is an Italian menswear manufacturer best known for its suits and sportcoats. The company distributes its products in over 70 countries worldwide through multi-brand stores and around 90 single-brand boutiques; Corneliani also manufactures and delivers made-to-measure suits worldwide.

Top 10 Menswear trends for Fall-Winter 2015/2016

Top 10 Menswear trends for Fall-Winter 2015/2016

Cold season is already here and it's time to take a look at the top trends, which will be leading in the men's wardrobe this Winter...

London College of Fashion with new exhibition: Mad About The Boy

London College of Fashion with new exhibition: Mad About The Boy

VENUE: Fashion Space Gallery
ADDRESS: London College of Fashion
20 John Prince's Street, London, W1G 0BJ
ENTRANCE: FREE
DATES: Friday 8 January - Saturday 2 April 2016

American Fashion: Thom Browne

American Fashion: Thom Browne

Thom Browne is an American fashion designer. He is the founder and head of design for Thom Browne, a New York City-based menswear and womenswear brand.

Canadian Fashion: Moores

Canadian Fashion: Moores

Moores Clothing for Men has grown to become Canada’s leading national retailer of men’s business attire. Moores launched in 1980 as a single, family-owned store in Mississauga, Ontario, with 12 employees. Today Moores employs more than 1200 people in over 100 stores across Canada, including in virtually every major city.

Italian fashion: Christian Pellizzari

Italian fashion: Christian Pellizzari

Christian Pellizzari was born in Treviso near Venice, Italy, in 1981. Christian Pellizzari began to design and sew clothes at a very young age and has dedicated his life to making his dream of being a fashion designer a reality.

Dutch fashion: Viktor & Rolf

Dutch fashion: Viktor & Rolf

Viktor & Rolf is an Amsterdam-based fashion house founded in 1993 by Viktor Horsting and Rolf Snoeren. In 2008 Italian clothingmagnate Renzo Rosso (President of OTB Group, the holding group of Maison Martin Margiela, Marni and Diesel) bought a controlling interest in the company.

Dutch men's suit designers

Dutch men's suit designers

If you are currently in the Netherland and you are looking for a well-fitting men's suit for you or your spouse, we can help you with a list of some of the best Dutch brands, offering high quality menswear. According to us, these are...

Italian fashion: Antonio Marras

Italian fashion: Antonio Marras

Antonio Marras was born in Alghero, on Sardinia. The island has always deeply influenced his aesthetic.

Italian fashion: Brunello Cucinelli

Italian fashion: Brunello Cucinelli

Brunello Cucinelli is an Italian fashion designer and eponymous chief executive of his brand, Brunello Cucinelli. He donates up to 20% of his profits through the Brunello Cucinelli Foundation.

Italian fashion: Brioni

Italian fashion: Brioni

Brioni is a menswear couture house owned by French holding company Kering. Founded in Rome in 1945, it is known for its made-to-measure men's suits, sartorial ready-to-wear collections and leather goods. Throughout its history, the company has invented concepts such as the men's runway show, the trunk show, and the ready-to-wear Haute Couture. It has been a point of reference for the entertainment, institutional and business worlds.

French Fashion: Agnes B

French Fashion: Agnes B

agnès b. is a French fashion designer. She is known for her self-named brand, which includes fashion and film interests.

German Fashion: Jil Sander

German Fashion: Jil Sander

Heidemarie Jiline "Jil" Sander is a minimalist German fashion designer and the founder of the Jil Sander fashion house.

LCF's Head is among the 500 most influential people in the global fashion industry for 2015

LCF's Head is among the 500 most influential people in the global fashion industry for 2015

In September, Frances Corner OBE, Head of London College of Fashion (LCF) and Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of the Arts London (UAL), was named in the Business of Fashion (BoF) 500 list of the most influential people shaping the global fashion industry in 2015.

Belgian fashion: Tim Coppens

Belgian fashion: Tim Coppens

Born and raised in Belgium, Tim Coppens graduated from the internationally acclaimed Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp in 1998. He has worked with various luxury and sports-performance brands as Adidas and Ralph Lauren before founding his own label.

Parsons The New School for Design to open a Making Center in 2016

Parsons The New School for Design to open a Making Center in 2016

As you already know Parsons The New School for Design (New York) is one of the Top 30 Fashion schools in the USA. Its list of celebrity alumni includes: Donna Karan, Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, Alexander Wang, Jason Wu and many more. The latest news around Parsons are that it is going to open a new Making Center next Fall with 35,000-square-foot space on two floors of the Sheila C. Johnson Design Center (SJDC).

Belgian fashion: Kris Van Assche

Belgian fashion: Kris Van Assche

Kris Van Assche was born in Belgium in 1976. After graduating from the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts, he moved to Paris in 1998. Having worked for Yves Saint Laurent then Dior Homme, he started his own label KRISVANASSCHE in January 2005. He has also been the Artistic Director for Dior Homme since April 2007.

Belgian fashion: My Town is My Country, the new Autumn Winter collection by Scabal

Belgian fashion: My Town is My Country, the new Autumn Winter collection by Scabal

Today Scabal employs almost 600 staff worldwide. Over the years Scabal has evolved into a producer of top quality fabrics to the most prestigious tailors and textile businesses around the world and as a manufacturor of the finest suits, jackets and shirts for the most demanding men.

Belgian fashion: Walter Van Beirendonck

Belgian fashion: Walter Van Beirendonck

Walter Van Beirendonck studied at Fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp. His first breakthrough was at British Designer Show in London in 1987 as part of ‘The Antwerp Six’.

Belgian fashion: McGregor

Belgian fashion: McGregor

McGregor Fashion Group BV, established in 1993, is a successful fashion house in the higher market segment.

Kiton Fall/Winter 2015 collection

Kiton Fall/Winter 2015 collection

While remaining faithful to the traditions of Neapolitan haute couture, the forms and proportions of the Kiton suit have undergone a makeover.

Belgian fashion: Bellerose

Belgian fashion: Bellerose

They sold our first line of men's shirts in the summer of 1989. Since then they have been inspired by countless references, which they absorb into our world. When Patrick named his first sportswear shirt after a small town in the United States, a true success story was created based on authentic American references. The “casual with a touch” was created with its nonchalant form and impeccable fabrics. Casual evolves into preciousness.

Z Zegna Fall/Winter 2015 collection

Z Zegna Fall/Winter 2015 collection

The fusion of tailoring and technological sportswear continues to serve as the grounding philosophy of Z Zegna for Autumn / Winter 2015. The brand ’s innovative new stance, which debuted in Spring Summer 2015, is reinforced by an intelligent new collection that builds upon the brand ’s sartorial heritage with a ‘Be Your Own Style’ frame of mind.

Dutch fashion: Cold Method

Dutch fashion: Cold Method

'Cold Method has a masculine image and appearance and a nonchalant urban look with a cool attitude. It represents a complete men's wardrobe for every occasion with a balance between casual and dressed. A classic tradition in a contemporary way'.

Canali Fall/Winter 2015 collection

Canali Fall/Winter 2015 collection

The Fall/Winter 2015 collection begins in 1950s Milan, creating an imaginary bridge between tradition and modernity along which craftsmanship and premium materials are interpreted in new forms and proportions. Silhouettes bring life to a well-defined and extremely contemporary elegance with particular attention to leisure: coats and jackets in pure cashmere are made with an exclusive “double” technique that results in an extraordinary lightness and luxury. Lines are prevalent throughout the collection, creating diverse motifs and prints: delicate chalk stripes, shaded varieties for a mélange effect or crisscrossed in checks of all different sizes.

Dutch fashion: Daily Paper

Dutch fashion: Daily Paper

Daily Paper is an Amsterdam-based menswear label, founded in 2010. It's founder is with African origin and has a passion for contemporary fashion. Brand's collections are affected by different African cultures, but interpreted in a modern way.

Dutch fashion: State of Art

Dutch fashion: State of Art

Every year, State of Art develops eight collections of sporty, contemporary, stylish and comfortable clothing for 'people with an active lifestyle'. The brand has show rooms in Antwerpen, Helsinki, Kopenhagen, Lichtenvoorde, Oslo and Stockholm, 32 brand stores, more than 1,000 official dealers, many shop-in-shop locations and an official webshop.

Dutch fashion: Scotch & Soda

Dutch fashion: Scotch & Soda

The Amsterdam-based label's team wants 'people to love their clothes and enjoy wearing them' and that's why they make 'great garments that suit every individual'. The brand offers classic and vintage styles, rich details, high quality and occupies the space between luxury and mid-priced menswear.

Dutch fashion: Studio JUX

Dutch fashion: Studio JUX

Studio JUX is an Amsterdam-based brand offering sustainable eco fashion for both men and women. Its style can be defined as 'Dutch design - minimalistic and comfortable with a little twist'. 'Jux' is a German word for 'Fun' and according to Studio JUX, fashion should be fun 'not just for the consumer and the designer, but also for the tailors'.

The #HMBalmaination came together for a big fashion celebration in New York

The #HMBalmaination came together for a big fashion celebration in New York

On Wall Street in New York, the Balmain x H&M collection made its global runway debut in front of a celebrity-packed audience. Kylie Jenner, Diane Kruger, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alexa Chung were among the guests to get an exclusive look at the glamourous, powerful and rich detailed collection designed by Olivier Rousteing. The collection will be available in around 250 stores worldwide, as well as online, starting November 5, 2015.

Dutch fashion: gsus

Dutch fashion: gsus

gsus sindustries is a Dutch fashion label, creating garments for men, women, boys and girls. It was founded in 1993 as 'an impulsive outsider, a rebel who cared little for status symbols and 'how things are done'.

The green in the menswear - a key trend for Fall/Winter 2015-2016

The green in the menswear - a key trend for Fall/Winter 2015-2016

This season, the dark green made its long waiting return. We can see the colour among the creations of Alexander McQueen, Burberry, Gucci.

Zinedine Zidane for MANGO MAN Fall/Winter 2015 campaign

Zinedine Zidane for MANGO MAN Fall/Winter 2015 campaign

Style neither creates nor destroys, it renews. Consequently, following the success of Spring/Summer collection, Zinedine Zidane returns to present the most urban line in the MANGO Man Autumn/Winter collection. The French sports star proposes the must-haves for a winter in which Chesterfield coats combined with quilted jackets, knitted sweaters combines with parkas and warm fabrics blend with technological materials, producing a contemporary, casual all-purpose look.

First winning menswear designer Ximon Lee’s collection for H&M

First winning menswear designer Ximon Lee’s collection for H&M

Graduate Ximon Lee from Parsons School of Design, is the first menswear designer to win the H&M Design Award. The special eight-piece collection for H&M, that Ximon envisions being worn by both men and women, celebrates his passion for structure, fabric and volume. The collection will be available in selected H&M stores, as well as online at hm.com, from 22nd October 2015.

Dutch fashion: Jonathan Christopher

Dutch fashion: Jonathan Christopher

Next men's fashion designer from The Netherlands, who we are going to introduce you, is Jonathan Christopher. Next to his own brand 'Jonathan Christopher Homme', the designer also freelances for other brands, including Karl (Karl Lagerfeld).

Dutch fashion: Jan Boelo Drenth

Dutch fashion: Jan Boelo Drenth

Jan Boelo Drenth (born 1988) is a Dutch fashion designer, creating wearable garments for both men and women. His signature style includes 'making the optimal of the existing techniques', knowing the 'how-made' of garments and mixing 'rock and gothic elements with sexy and original modern elements'.

Dutch fashion: Bas Kosters

Dutch fashion: Bas Kosters

Today, we continue our journey into the world of Dutch fashion. The next fashion designer, who we are going to present you is Bas Kosters - an independent designer and artist from Amsterdam, The Netherlands - and his Studio, established in 2005.

'Permanent State of Confusion' - Bas Kosters Fall-Winter 2015/2016 collection

'Permanent State of Confusion' - Bas Kosters Fall-Winter 2015/2016 collection

In 2014 Bas Kosters took a step back and went on a quest to find his own 'self'. 'Who am I, what am I about, and what do I want to do with that?'. The designer visualized and reflected on this search in his new collection. But 'PSOC' is also a reflection on the current state of the fashion world. The fashion scene is changing, just like the consumers' mentality is changing. The research resulted in this statement collection.

Dutch fashion: Francisco van Benthum

Dutch fashion: Francisco van Benthum

Francisco van Benthum is an Amsterdam-based menswear designer from the Netherlands. He was born in 1972 and began his career in the late 1990's. His vision included 'exploring and stretching the boundaries of traditional men's fashion and playing with its codes and restrictions'.

Whitehouse Institute of Design Australia presents 2015 Graduate Exhibition and Parade

Whitehouse Institute of Design Australia presents 2015 Graduate Exhibition and Parade

You can join the Graduate Exhibition and Parade at Whitehouse's Sydney campus on the 23rd and 24th of November 2015 and at their Melbourne campus on the 25th and 26th of November 2015. Institute's graduates will present their designs and collections on the Runway, supported by graduate students, alumni, friends, family and staff.

Richmart presented men's suits with Bulgarian embroidery with unique dancing show at Sofia Fashion Week 2015

Richmart presented men's suits with Bulgarian embroidery with unique dancing show at Sofia Fashion Week 2015

During the third evening of Sofia Fashion Week 2015 (held September 17-19, 2015), Richmart - one of the most modern men's suit factories in Europe, which received the 2015 Overall Contribution to the fashion industry Award by Bulgarian Academy for Fashion - presented men's suit jackets with traditional Bulgarian embroidery (shevitza).

Farrell Autumn/Winter 2015 collection by Primark

Farrell Autumn/Winter 2015 collection by Primark

Robbie Williams created the Farrell line as a tribute to his Grandfather, Jack Farrell - a notable dresser on the Stoke-on–Trent scene. The latest collection of Farrell takes inspiration from the past while remaining firmly rooted in the present, offering clean modern cuts in classic shapes.

Elegant menswear for Fall-Winter 2015/2016 by Cesare Attolini

Elegant menswear for Fall-Winter 2015/2016 by Cesare Attolini

And today, 130 tailors - each dedicated to performing a single step - use only scissors, thimbles, needles and thread to produce 50 entirely handmade jackets and suits per day, made of finest Scottish, English, Irish and Italian yarns, from the highest quality wools to the purest cashmeres. It takes 25 to 30 hours to make a suit and each of them has a little handcrafted details fine-tuned over the decades by Vincenzo Attolini

CH Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2015/2016 Men's collection

CH Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2015/2016 Men's collection

CH Carolina Herrera Fall-Winter 2015/2016 Men's collection offers: classic menswear looks mainly in navy blue, gray, green and camel, combined with practical handbags, leather gloves, stylish scarves and sport style shoes.

Richard James Autumn/Winter 2015-2016 collection

Richard James Autumn/Winter 2015-2016 collection

When the line is completed, and the engineer glides to and fro along it in the private car that is his second home, he is doubtless an object of envy to many. But it can be taken for granted that he has deserved every square inch of this luxury, and is still earning it!

Topman Design presented the Autumn-Winter 2015 trends

Topman Design presented the Autumn-Winter 2015 trends

Drawing references from military and the great outdoors, the utility trend fuses a masculine aesthetic with genuinely useful design detailing. This couldn’t be further from past interpretations of military – there are no silver buttons or embroidered epaulets – instead, look out for bomber jackets, overshirts with pocket detailing and workwear-style trousers.

Lou Dalton Spring-Summer 2016 collection

Lou Dalton Spring-Summer 2016 collection

For LOU DALTON, Spring/Summer 2016 is about defining the essentials of a man’s wardrobe: the lightweight blazer; the Harrington jacket; the striped knit; the utilitarian shirt; the tailored cargo pant. These are pieces that carry their heritage with them, from the origins and traditions of tailoring and functionality – the backbone of LOU DALTON - to the dress codes of the Casuals and the late 80s/early 90s rave scene.

London Collections Men: Paul Smith Spring-Summer 2016

London Collections Men: Paul Smith Spring-Summer 2016

After last season's dynamic debut, A Suit To Travel returned to LC:M as an evolved summer suit for SS16 that makes use of unlined and breathable cloth.