The Italian fashion house Belvest has helped men practice the art of dressing well since 1964, when Venetian entrepreneur Aldo Nicoletto launched his high-end label with an eye toward making men’s clothing that epitomized perfection. Based in the ancient city of Padua, this small, family-owned company is revered by sartorially savvy gents the world over for its luxurious tailored suits. From the shoulders to the buttonholes, every feature of Belvest’s blazers, sport coats, and suit jackets is hand-stitched. Though mindful of tradition, Belvest also innovates: to wit, its “Jacketinthebox” collection of lightweight garments, which resist wrinkling and are great for travel.
Everything you need to look sharp at the office or for a night on the town.
Why are Italian men so well-dressed? They have a solid stable of jackets, suits, and neckwear in their repertoire. This sale features all the hallmarks of Italian tailoring — suits, unstructured sportcoats, cotton blazers and elegant ties — from Luigi Bianchi Mantova, one of the country's best respected houses.
Looking for advice on how to look sharp this season? You could do worse than follow the lead of Nick Sullivan, who, in addition to being fashion director of Esquire is one of the best dressed guys we know. With that in mind — and to celebrate the latest issue of the magazine’s biannual Big Black Book — we asked Nick to curate a sale featuring his picks for what a man of style should be wearing circa fall 2013. Oh, and for further advice on how to put it all together, be sure to pick up a copy of the latest Big Black Book — offered at a price you won’t find anywhere else.
Upgrade your wovens arsenal with this selection from some of our favorite brands including Theory, J. Lindeberg, and Marc by Marc Jacobs. Whether you're looking for a rugged work shirt, a casual sport shirt, or a crisp dress shirt, you'll find all that and more, here.