WHAT’S NEW IN MENSWEAR?
Our menswear paves the way for a curated take on 2018’s key looks. Read on for the inside track on the names making waves now.
Alberto Aspesi helms the label he founded in 1969.
Known for: The clean lines and functional elegance essential for contemporary dressing.
Who wears it: Alexander Skarsgård, Damian Lewis, Justin Theroux.
The key pieces: Cashmere crew necks, colour-block down gilets and utility separates.
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Japanese designer Rei Kawakubo.
Known for: Their avant-garde designs characterised by the iconic heart logo designed by Filip Pagowski.
Who wears it: Pharrell, Justin Timberlake, Kanye West.
The key pieces: Breton striped tees with iconic loveheart embroidery, classic white cotton and canvas lace-ups.
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Going strong since the sixties, a passion for hiking spawned this iconic label.
Known for: A high-low mix of hardy outerwear and the Black Label’s contemporary output.
Who wears it: Drake, Wentworth Miller, Luka Sabbat, Orlando Bloom.
The key pieces: Puffa and duffel jackets in retro colour combinations, down gilets and classic snapbacks.
Parsons School of Design graduate and co-Been Thrill designer with Off-White’s Virgil Abloh.
Known for: Trend casting on the streets for Nike and being Kanye West’s former collaborator.
Who wears it: Scott Disick, Suki Waterhouse, Bella Hadid.
The key pieces: Gender neutral anoraks, sweatpants and hooded sweatshirts with the now signature heron print.
Russian Gosha Rubichinskiy counts Balenciaga and Vetements designer Demna Gvasalia as his contemporary.
Known for: Youth culture inspired and soviet-style sportswear.
Who wears it: A$AP Rocky, Pharrell.
The key pieces: Trackpants, deconstructed blazers and logo tops.
Streetwear acolyte Shawn Stüssy.
Known for: Sparking a street style and surf culture movement after its inception in the eighties.
Who wears it: Jay Z, Justin Bieber, Brooklyn Beckham.
The key pieces: Graphic t-shirts and snapbacks with the inimitable Stüssy logo.