There is a fantastic article today on online-fashion-magazine The Business of Fashion that discusses the new trend within brands to open up men’s only flagships. Large fashion houses such as Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Tod’s and Jimmy Choo have all hopped on the bandwagon designing experiences for men built somewhat like old-world British gentlemen’s clubs.
It’s an interesting move, however in most companies womenswear still contributes significantly more to overall profits. Whether or not companies receive a significant return on investment on these elaborate menswear stores will be something to watch in the next few seasons.
even better with a touch of color.
O’Keeffe Andriu; Grenson; Berluti; Kurt Geiger; Russell & Bromley
men or women pop’s of color and small details really make an outfit.
shown right here in Milano.
if it’s one thing we don’t have a lack of here in the navigli it’s vintage stores, and in these overcrowded vintage havens there is never a lack of kindly used sunglasses – and you never know, robert redford or audrey hepburn could have been their previous owner.
inspired by an indonesian gentleman.