Tag Archives: menswear

The DRG Style Index: Dior, Goodhood, Harrods, Comme des Garçons and more…

Here’s the latest DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands and industry stories currently buzzing on my radar…

DIOR MEN SS20
Dior menswear SS20
One of my SS20 menswear highlights (again) was Dior, whose creative director, Kim Jones continues to play with ‘feminine’ tropes like organza and embroidery in its menswear shows. My favourite: this embroidered organza bomber covered in painstakingly hand-pleated swirls – immaculately replicated in the hair. Continue reading

Tie sales are down, sneakers are up – so what are men wearing now?

What are men wearing now? The Gigi ss19

There’s been so much change in menswear lately, I don’t know where to begin. We’ve seen the preppy revival, The streetwear takeover, the Savile Row fightback (along with Pitti Peacocks), not to mention the tech bro uniform, normcore and gorpcore. Have I missed anything? Continue reading

Up close: Dior menswear AW19

Dior menswear aw19 Raymond Pettibon tabard

What a treat to get a close up look at the Raymond Pettibon pieces at the Dior menswear AW19 press day.

Kim Jones excelled himself with couture quality pieces adorned with Pettibon’s artwork including the spectacular embroidered tabard that wowed everyone at the show. You can see a close up below; the phrase, “with their own light and lash I have drawn them” is from an old Pettibon artwork. Continue reading

Buy it now: Drop Out Sports

Drop Out Sports Garbstore

There’s been a lot of chat lately about the return of preppy style, some of it right here on this very site. I thought it was interesting to see that Kent & Curwen showed a few women’s outfits on their AW19 runway last month, I’d like to request some size XS rugbys please!

On which note, menswear retailer Garbstore has just launched a new in-house line of rugby-inspired tops. Called Drop Out Sports, I love that these are all knitted and crafted in England from organic, heavyweight 380-gram cotton jersey for that authentic utilitarian vibe. Continue reading