In launching Duchamp, his luxurious menswear label, Mitchell Jacobs looked to two main sources: the art of French surrealist Marcel Duchamp, and a treasure trove of 10,000 vintage cufflinks that Jacobs had discovered in Paris in 1987. Based in London, Duchamp started out as a men’s accessories brand specializing in hand-enameled cufflinks, handcrafted silk ties, and other wares, all of them made in the UK. Over time Jacobs expanded his collection to include sleek suits, shirts, trench coats, and other refined clothing. From paisley cufflinks and ties to velvet tuxedo jackets, Duchamp has the styles you need to dress like a perfect gentleman.
Used to be that you wore a tie out of obligation. Now, it’s a matter of choice. So why not choose something cool? You’ll find plenty of great options —both neckties and bow ties — from brands like Brioni, Drakes of London, Brooks Brothers, and Ovadia & Sons, plus plenty of smart pocket squares to help complete the look.
Remember when Will Smith turned his navy blazer inside out to show off a floral lining, stylishly setting himself apart from his fellow classmates? That moment is what the latest installment in our spring trends series is all about, from subtle elegantly patterned pocket squares and ties to a colorful pair of camo cargos and everything in between.
Named for the French surrealist but founded in London, Duchamp makes shirting and neckwear that blend the classic and the bold. Patterned bow ties make for subtly dandy pieces, while eye-catching shirts and British-artillery-inspired pocket squares are perfect for guys who like to make a statement.
This stylish assortment of classic dress shirts and sleek neckwear offers a slew of ways to refresh your office wardrobe. Highlights range from slim shirts by Calvin Klein and Giorgio Armani to patterned ties from Luca Roda and Simon Spurr.