Esteemed fashion designer Yigal Azrouël reinterprets classic American sportswear from a modern, refined perspective — punching things up with smart, subtle detailing. Israel-born, NYC-based, and completely self-taught, Azrouël keeps his men’s collection simple and casual: Think cotton Henleys and T-shirts, plaid-button downs, and slim-cut pants in basic black. Azrouël’s line of women’s clothing, launched in 1998, annually wins over fashion plates and critics alike with its ultra-feminine, fluid fabric draping and innovative silhouettes. Azrouël’s knack for designing effortlessly cool, easy-to-wear clothing has earned him a seat in the Council of Fashion Designers of America and a nomination for <i>GQ</i>’s Best New Menswear Designer in America, among other honors. His diffusion lines Cut25 and Y-Yigal reflect the same innovative and artisanal approach to design featured in his flagship line, but offer slightly edgier, more youthful silhouettes.
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Consider this sale a who’s who of top designer gear, including edgy pieces from the likes of Junya Watanabe to new classics from Simon Spurr. And don’t forget denim and shirts from A.P.C., tailoring from Paul Smith London, shirting and blazers from Thom Browne, accessories from Ovadia & Sons, and more.
Get in gear for fall with a stylish array of smart looks from your favorite menswear designers. From A.P.C. shirting to Paul Smith blazers to denim from J Lindeberg, we've got you covered with the season's coolest looks, just in time for things to start getting a little chilly.
Sure, we love the classics, but great style isn’t limited to storied brands from days of old. Case in point: This collection of footwear, apparel, and accessories from a slew of talented upstarts. From canvas kicks to innovative updates on wardrobe essentials, these picks prove that the new kids have what it takes.