Loden Dager may sound like some sinister Nordic lodge, but despite a bit of downtown edge, the label’s clothing is ultimately light and welcoming. Making full use of their years under Marc Jacobs, the company’s founder/designer duo begin each collection with a small curated selection of fabrics and colors and from there weave everything from bright blue suits to crisp chinos, perfectly fitted button downs, and warm jackets — the daily fare for urban sophisticates.
Winter’s still hanging on, so you’d better be sure you have some solid, stylish outerwear to stave off the cold until the thaw. Check out this selection—from sharp wool trenches to tech-y puffers—to kit yourself out for the days ahead. Casual or formal, we’ve got just the thing to keep you feeling warm and looking smart.
From 3.1 Philip Lim's avant-garde orange utility pants to the blazers and shirts of Y's Yohji Yamamoto, this massive final sale runs the gamut from cutting edge to classic, from formal to casual and from cashmere to cotton to wool.
So you’re getting ready to spend the weekend lounging on the top deck of a yacht? Well done! However you managed to swing that bit of downtime luxury, we’re impressed. And you can rest assured we’ve got you covered on the sartorial front with this selection of top-notch maritime looks—from crisp twill shorts, to classic peacoats, to non-slip boat shoes. And for those of you staying ashore: Worry not. These duds look equally stylish on dry land.
A head-to-toe sale from a crop of young designers. Each statement piece here showcases what these designers are known for: crafting smart, stylish clothes and shoes for smart, stylish men. Generic Man's two-toned leather chukka boot shoes combine two genres into one incredibly handsome boot. Loden Dager's turquoise cotton blazer (and matching pants) make you stand out during special occasions (designer Paul Marlow recently wore it to meet Prince Albert and Princess Caroline of Monaco). CREEP's shirts, like a white oxford with a floral collar, and Shipley & Halmos' simple but striking summerwear answer the question posed on one of Shipley's T-shirts: "Where do you wear your heart?" The answer is, of course, on your sleeve.