NYFWM David Hart Spring/Summer 2016 Collection

The first-ever New York Fashion Week Men's is here, and among the first designers to show off their Spring/Summer 2016 collections is David Hart. Inspired by the Bauhaus and its artists during inter-war Germany, the collection consists of formal and...

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Suitsupply x Park & Bond Deconstructed Double Breasted Suit

Suitsupply x Park & Bond Deconstructed Double Breasted Suit

Suitsupply continues to impress as they’ve just released their first collaboration with online retailer Park & Bond. It comes in the form of a slim-fitting double breasted suit, a piece both teams had a hand in developing. The shell’s done in navy wool Super 130’s birdseye from Vitali Barberis Canonico with horn buttons, surgeon’s cuffs, and a completely deconstructed shoulder. It looks great and with Suitsupply‘s reputation of crafting pieces that fit and feel great as well, we’re confident this suit is an essential pick up.

Buy it exclusively through Park & Bond for the extremely accessible price of $569. If this isn’t an impulse buy you won’t regret, I just don’t know what is.

Jack Spade ‘Tailored Suiting Southwick Collection

Jack Spade 'Tailored Suiting Southwick Collection

From Selectism comes news of jack Spade’s expansion into their new suiting collection. The pieces will look to blend traditional men’s suits with a “mix of hopsack and wool herringbone blazers, flannel suits and camel hair top coats.” The collection is made in the United States at Southwick’s Haverill, MA factory, one that’s been making suits since 1929.

Our Legacy Fall/Winter 2011 Suiting

Our Legacy Fall/Winter 2011 Suiting

Swedish label Our Legacy is set to drop an outstanding AW11 collection and their suiting options are likely to be the standouts from the pack. Two of the suits we’ve gotten a chance to check out feature the label’s Rolling Three Button Blazer in thicker fabrics for the warmer months ahead. We’re digging the premium Italian virgin wool mélange that features a subtle blend of subtle reds, yellows and blues throughout the fabric as well as the slimmer fit.

The rolling three button design also allows the wearer to opt the garment with the three buttons closed or roll the thin lapel in order to wear as a 2 button. Talk about versatility. Both the grey tweed and navy shells are available now in limited numbers through End Clothing.

J. Hilburn Introduces Made-to-Measure Suits and Sportcoats

J. Hilburn Made-to-Measure Suits and Sportcoats Now Available

Introducing J. Hilburn‘s Tailored Suiting Collection, the custom menswear label’s first foray into suiting. The pieces are made-to-order in Europe by the same suit manufacturers as Armani and Burberry. Their disruptive business model is set up to direct source top of the line raw materials, again, the same used by brands like Armani and Burberry, which allows for more affordable pricing on high-quality suits with a starting price-point of $700, well below what we’d expect from other luxury brands. Personalization options include a preferred fit profile, fine Italian wool frabrics, unique lining options, pockets and vents as well as various button styles.

Ralph Lauren Purple Label | Drake Double Breasted Suit

Ralph Lauren Purple Label | Drake Double Breasted Suit

There’s not much we can say about Ralph Lauren that hasn’t already been said. The American brand’s Purple Label is well-designed and this Drake checked wool suit reaffirms this notion. It’s fitted with some fine details including a discreet blue weave check within the pattern which helps keep the suit’s versatility intact. The double-breasted slim fit jacket is really well-cut, making it a must-have suit no matter how formal the event.