men's fashion


Making Innerwear Fun

XYXX took an omnichannel approach and have been able to permeate metros, tier 1, 2 & 3 markets across the country, which has led to its explosive growth in the last five years


The Executive Selection: Brunello Cucinelli Spring/Summer 2021

Striking a perfect balance between casual elegance and contemporary style, Brunello Cucinelli's Spring/Summer 2021 collection presents a plethora of distinctive elements.


The Executive Selection: Zadig & Voltaire

With a palette of monotone colors of grey, black, and navy blue, Zadig & Voltaire sets the tone for a collection inspired by the 90s, with a touch of the era's signature attitude.


The Executive Selection: Dunhill

There is much to be seen in its Spring/Summer 2020 range, and with distortion as this season's key theme, it's interesting to see how it plays out on its cufflinks.


Dressing For Business In The Middle East: The How-To

There are plenty of options to bring a touch of artistic flair to your 9-5 outfit, so that you don't have to settle for boring.


How This Raymond Franchise has Stood The Test of Time For Last Three Generations

Prakash Aswani, Raymond Franchisee, is ably continuing the business that has stood the test of time for the last three generations. However, he is not alone; the family of five runs the business which has grown big with seven Raymond brand stores.

Thought Leaders

Bedding With a Masculine Bent? This Founder Wants to Reinvent a Category for Men -- Again.

The Tie Bar founder Greg Shugar is hoping to strike lightning twice with his latest upstart, Thread Experiment.


The Executive Selection: Givenchy

Ricardo Tisci at the helm of the Givenchy House can only mean one thing: absolute perfection of form meeting function.

Thought Leaders

'Shark Tank' Recap: Math Sinks an Offer That Would Have 'Burned' a Firefighter

A seemingly generous offer from Mr. Wonderful was nothing more than a shark smelling blood, and money, in the water.

Growing a Business

The 'Short Guy Problem' in Clothing Stores Spotlights the Limits of Big Brands

The founders of clothing retailer Ash & Anvil are helping shorter men stand a little taller by filling a niche larger companies have consciously ignored.