Hardy Amies designs clothes for the dapper man, from sharp suits to impeccable ties to sleek eyewear. Sir Edwin Hardy Amies was a new figure on Savile Row in London in the ‘40s, with a reputation for wicked wit and design flair. During the ‘60s, a decade characterized by a cultural revolution in which the established codes of British society were challenged and blurred, Sir Hardy democratized the idea of style, promoting ready-to-wear for men. He said, “I feel that some of the success I have achieved in designing clothes for men... is because I have been able to become a bridge between men of the established classes and those who shop in the High Street.” In 1964, his influential ABC of Men’s Fashion was published, a style guide that established his credentials as a fashion expert and opinionated arbiter of good taste.
Summer weddings call for summer-weight suits and you’ll find plenty of those on display from the storied Brooklyn tailor. Featuring an updated fit, this sale has plenty of options to have you the best dressed man at the reception (besides the guy getting married) — think elegant khaki and black seersucker suits, chambray jackets, and more.
Everything you need to look sharp at the office or for a night on the town.
Sir Edwin Hardy Amies was the man who penned the famous quote, "A man should look as if he has bought his clothes with intelligence, put them on with care and then forgotten all about them." This selection of suits, shirts, and separates will allow you to do just that. You know who won't be forgetting about these picks ? Everyone who sees you in them.
Look your best with formalwear from Corneliani, Martin Greenfield, Hickey Freeman, and more.