Luxury menswear gets a casual makeover

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The Future. While tailored suits may be disappearing from the modern office, white-collar workers still want their more casual clothes to have a made-to-measure feel… and luxury menswear brands are now making it a part of their business. As more companies require employees to return to the office, expect the next batch of upstart luxury brands to cater specifically to designing tailored casual wear.

Tailored tees
Even when not in a herringbone-patterned suit, employees still want to flex their luxury taste.

  • Thom Sweeney, the British menswear brand known for their Savile Row-approved suits, is stitching bespoke pants and bomber jackets.
  • J. Mueser, of New York-based designer Jake Mueser, is tailoring more chore coats and overshirts.
  • Zegna, a staple on Rodeo Drive, launched a ZEGNA X — a “3D digital configurator,” where customers can design over 2,300 products, including T-shirts and sneakers.

Thom Whiddett of Thom Sweeney says, “While we’re seeing there are less suits being sold globally, we see people are prepared to invest in something a bit more special — there are guys here who care about how they dress, and it doesn’t have to be a suit.”

Good design never goes out of style.

David Vendrell

Born and raised a stone’s-throw away from the Everglades, David left the Florida swamp for the California desert. Over-caffeinated, he stares at his computer too long either writing the TFP newsletter or screenplays. He is repped by Anonymous Content.


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