Here Are GQ’s 2016 Best New Designers in America

GQ has announced this year's Best New Menswear Designers in America and to celebrate ten years of the program, the team's brought back winners from years past to create capsule collections. The four designers featured are Michael Bastian, Steven Alan,...

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Spiewak x Steven Alan N3-B Parka for Fall/Winter 2015

New York-based apparel manufacturers Spiewak recently collaborated with fashion designer Steven Alan to release this handsome new N3-B Parka for the Fall/Winter 2015 season. It's completely waterproof (owing to Spiewak's Aviation tech), made with recycled down, and sports a faux...

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Now Open | Steven Alan Home Shop in New York

Now Open | Steven Alan Home Shop in New York

The Steven Alan Home Shop is now open in the New York neighborhood of Tribeca. The team worked with folks at Fort Standard to transform their old office space, and brought in items from Steven Alan himself as well as some of the team’s favorite vendors, from cookware to frozen foods. Steven Alan also teamed up with local furniture designer Jason Pickens on a limited line of made-to-order sofas and even collaborated with Brooklyn Glass on a collection of glassware.

The Steven Alan Home Shop is now open at 158 Franklin Street.

Steven Alan Spring/Summer 2012 Men’s Presentation

Steven Alan Spring/Summer 2012 Men's Presentation

As New York Fashion Week has officially kicked off, one of the first presentations to take place (off the runway) is that of New York designer Steven Alan as he showcased his Spring/Summer 2012 collection for both men and women. The looks were amazing with a good mix of simple and wearable pieces from shorts to shirts and suiting.

Steven Alan Reverse Seam Shirts for S/S 2011

Steven Alan Reverse Seam Shirts for S/S 2011

Steven Alan’s known for his impeccable shirts, in fact, they’re my personal favorites. The fit and construction are unmatched and the prints have been great season-over-season. For the current season, the New York designer drops several new designs of his signature Reverse Seam shirt. The shirt features a twisted placket, slightly tailored body, and French seams at the side as well as a reversed inside pocket.

Steven Alan Single Needle Ikat Shirt

Steven Alan Single Needle Ikat Shirt

You just can’t go wrong with a Steven Alan shirt, folks. The single needle shirts are some of the best offerings out and they’re made from a lightweight cotton for the spring and summer seasons. The Ikat print is actually more wearable than most would think as the hints of blue are just that — hints.

Spring 2011 | Steven Alan for Dockers Pants

Spring 2011 | Steven Alan for Dockers Pants

Last season brought out one of our favorite collaborations to date โ€“ Steven Alan for Dockers. This season, the king of shirts is dropping a slew of pants and getting the Dockers seal of approval in the process. The spring co-labeled offering features three pants as well as a pair of shorts with prices ranging from $128 to $148.

Look for the goods online at stevenalan.com or Dockers.com as well as in-store at select Steven Alan shops.

Introducing | The Gilt Manual Minute Video Series

Introducing | The Gilt Manual Minute Video SeriesThe fine folks over at Gilt Manual are doing some great things and their Gilt Manual Minute video series is just a small snippet of what’s to come. For the first episode, Tyler Thoreson and Josh Peskowitz sit down to talk Scotch, Steven Alan shirts and Scarves. It’s an informative three minutes plus so be sure to check it out. By the way, I personally am a huge fan of Steven Alan shirts. I bought my first one off Gilt of all places a long time ago and have been purchasing them ever since. There’s my two cents on the matter.

Preview | Steven Alan Fall 2011 NYFW Presentation

Preview | Steven Alan Fall 2011 NYFW Presentation
Steven Alan presented his Fall 2011 collection to kick off New York Fashion Week and from the preview shots, we’ve got a solid lineup to look forward to. The styling is very outdoorsy this time around with items such as a mountaineering jacket, down jacket, and four-button blazer all added to the mix. The layering is really well done with cardigans and other fine knits playing a crucial mid layer role. We spied at least one pair of hiking boots so let’s hope they’re still relevant next fall.