Since 2003, NYC menswear label Duncan Quinn has been handcrafting bespoke men's suits, ties and shirts notable for their impeccable quality and iconoclastic touches. The label’s London-born founder and namesake founded his company after realizing that he had to travel all the way to Europe to find well-made, one-of-a-kind clothing that intrigued him enough to buy it. Confident that many other New York men felt similarly, Quinn opened his own store and soon connected with a like-minded and rapidly growing clientele. Though the world’s <i>jeunesse dorée</i> may stroll the boardwalk of Deauville and the strade of Milano, they can now do so in their proudly New York-made Duncan Quinn suits. For an extra dash of sartorial irreverence, check out the brand’s gun tie (available in fuchsia and lilac) and matching cufflinks.
Look like you just stepped off Savile Row in these swank suits by Duncan Quinn. Ramp it up in a bold-colored silk tie and one of these button-down shirts in solids or subtle prints, or go casual by throwing on a tweed jacket. And for a truly extravagant experience, check out The Duncan Quinn Bepoke Weekend Experience in New York featuring a bespoke suit made for you, 2 nights luxury hotel stay, and a day driving a vintage sports car.
Anyone wearing Duncan Quinn’s impeccably tailored clothes looks destined for greatness. Here you'll find wool suits and French-cuff shirts that fit like they were custom-made. Add one of the handmade silk ties, in either a classic thin stripe or a witty dragon print, and you’re ready to rule the workday world.
Cut from high-quality fabrics with bright, confident prints, Duncan Quinn’s woven silk ties give British classicism a bold edge. Dress to impress or spruce up an everyday look, these ties are a sure fire way to look sharp.
When it’s time to dress to impress, turn to shoe specialist Cesare Paciotti and menswear master Duncan Quinn. Paciotti’s Italian-made eel-leather loafers, studded oxfords and patent leather slip-ons are proof that serious shoes don’t have to be boring. Duncan Quinn, who hails from London but set up his first store in Nolita in 2003, creates sharp suits in a variety of fabrics with Savile Row <i>savoir faire</i>.