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Menswear that you can't go wrong with, in 2019. Best Brands for Iconic men
When it comes to fashion men are very different. Some of us follow the latest fashion trends while others don’t bother with such trivial details and are die-hard fans of their particular brands or style. But every man should know the importance of looking stylish, fresh and up to date.
2019 is already halfway through and menswear has already brought us new trends from both established brands and up and coming names.
An Iconic Man’s label should stand for excellent design, quality, comfort, and affordability. Those are features that most men should look to when building up their wardrobe. That is why our recommendations don’t stop at the biggest or most expensive brand names but also fit in smaller labels that put out refined and tasteful attire, with emphasis on good fabrics and great fits.
But what are the best fashion labels that any iconic man should consider?
This brand was founded in 2013 so it’s not exactly a new-comer. But the way their collections combine smart fits with refined and tasteful colors and fabrics is certain to catch your eye in 2019. Especially that this is the year the company chose to relaunch under the guidance of former J. Crew chief designer Somsack Sikhounmuong. The makeover will be undertaken in partnership with Drexler Ventures. Alex Mill could be the go-to menswear label if, as stated, they will continue bringing you the most interesting wardrobe essentials at an accessible price point.
The luxury fashion brand from the Basque country has earned a long-time reputation as a couturier. The steadfast designs they offer have been the rage of Paris catwalks, for years. As their uncompromising standards gained more and more worldwide traction, the company seeks to bring together high-fashion purists and an ever-increasing army of casual buyers. Georgian chief designer Degma Gvasalia is certainly up to the job, as he’s led the Spanish brand since 2015. As their design style seems to shift just a tad toward more traditional, this is the year you should outfit your wardrobe with at least a couple of Balenciaga designs. They have great materials, exclusive cuts, and unique patterns.
The last couple of years have not been the best for the Manhattan-based, American label. But the brand is regrouping and wants an all-out relaunch of its ready-to-wear line, under a different name and a new creative direction.
Chief executive officer Steve Shiffman stated that the new collection will be, "designed to evolve the traditional luxury fashion model by connecting with a diverse range of communities, offering an unexpected mix of influences and moving at an accelerated pace." This signals that CK is going to be more mindful of the menswear market demands and consolidate on the traditional luxury designs that made them famous while keeping in tune with faster-changing consumer trends. Calvin Klein will definitely be worth a look in your 2019 shopping.
Another Spanish giant, this time a fast-fashion one, should be on your list for 2019. Their business practice was repeatedly called into question and you could argue that their mass consumer focus does not make for the best in stylish designs, but there is no denying the fact that the Zara label belongs to Inditex, the largest clothes retailer in the world. It is estimated, that the Galician based company sells upwards of half a billion items a year. So, as an Iconic man, you should definitely know what Zara is selling this year. Their attire may be too casual or mainstream for you, but they will help you stay in contact with conventional fashion. And who knows, you may end up finding a couple of jewels in their menswear line-up.
Zara said they will be upping their game when it comes to environmental change and moral concerns over the way their subcontractors pay their workers.
2019 could be the year, the Italian sportswear manufacturer replicates the success it had with The Disruptor. Chunky, trainers may or may not be here for another year, but Fila could find its next break just as easily. Its footwear division has great designs, it’s affordable and is never behind on market trends. Benefiting from the nineties revival, the company bought by Gene Yoon made numerous collaborations last year, Fendi being just one of them. With all things going the right way for the label Fila is set to keep its 2018 momentum and turn a lot of heads this year. Definitely, a label to consider when it comes to your wardrobe's sports section.
This Italian luxury brand was set up in 2017 by Bruno Grand. Since then it began making a name for itself by concentrating its values of quality and simplicity into timeless wardrobe pieces designed for men who enjoy living and traveling with style. It brings clothes that are comfortable yet elegant, and are all designed to pair with each other.
Last year actor Patrick Dempsey joined the company captivated by KA/NOA’s approach and brand values. He was amazed by the quality and attention to detail of the Italian manufacturer.
2019 is very important for the Italian manufacturer that pledges to bring you clothes that don’t stray an inch from their motto: no-nonsense, elegant, comfortable, practical masculine wardrobe consisting of timeless basics exclusively made in Italy using local raw materials.
The world of meanswear fashion is a very volatile and subjective affair. Clothes and the fashion trends that push sales are fast-tracking into less desirable territory in a blink of an eye.
If there is one thing all brands agree with, in 2019, it is a sharper look and a slight move towards a more chic and elegant design, using an increased amount of traditional materials. We already see vintage watches and plaid pants gaining momentum. So keep your options open, find what suits you best, and follow these 2019 iconic menswear brands.
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