Tag: travel suit
Have you heard? The new breed of formal menswear is here. Yes, it’s the Travel Suit, and this blog is all about it. What it is, why it is worth getting much more is to follow below. If you want to travel in style, this article is for you. Business or pleasure? Have you ever been asked that by an airline employee or a friend before heading to your vacation? Probably. But, why not both?
The Tiger of Sweden Spring/Summer 2019 collection is a tribute to the spirit of being on the move. Touching upon journeys of the mind as well as conventional travel, it is about freedom and the power of dreams. What happens to imagination in an age when information is never more than a click away? Have we lost the time and inclination to daydream?
The latest trend in men’s suits: the Slim-fit Travel range. The perfect option for the modern man who is looking for a comfortable two-piece suit for a business trip. Its slim-fit cut enhances the male silhouette. Its wool fabric is stretchy and water and crease resistant, making it possible to maintain your suit impeccable throughout the day.
Suitsupply presented its Spring-Summer 2017 collection earlier this month in the USA during the New York Fashion Week: Men's. Pieces were inspired by Bauhaus approach to design - practical and minimalist.
Rudy Martinez began working as a master designer in 1986 with Martinez Custom Clothier in Baton Rouge, LA. He has been in the custom clothing business for over twenty five years. He studied fit and tailoring with a master craftsman from the Custom Tailors & Designers Association (CTDA).
Britain is the crucible of modern tailoring and Alfred Dunhill is proud to continue offering the ultimate in menswear, both through Bespoke and Made-to-Measure. Reflecting the origins of the brand in saddlery, customisation of leather pieces and the creation of unique Bespoke items uphold the heritage of the brand in a contemporary and luxurious way.
The company was founded in 1875 in Bradford by William Halstead (1815-1924). Late in 1889 with the business expanding rapidly, William built Stanley Mills to which the company transferred in 1890 and still operates from today. The business has been run by a further five members of the family until in 2006 the company was acquired by SIL Holdings Ltd, another Bradford based family textile business. SIL are one of the largest speciality fibre manufacturers and merchants in the world.