6 New Menswear Brands You Should Be Aware Of In AW16
Well, doesn’t time fly when you are having fun! Long gone are the days of nights drawing out at 10PM, September is now upon us meaning it is now time to think about putting away your shorts and sandals and to think about the layers that await in AW16. For some of us we may able to get a few more weeks worth of wear out of our summer gear, however, for the majority of us, September signals a time to break the ice with our Autumn/ Winter wardrobe and invest in some quality garments as the temperatures begin to cool off.
Our buying team have scoured the globe from Scandaniva to Japan to find the best up and coming menswear brands to stock here at Stuarts London this season. Adding to the list of ever growing menswear brands, here are their top new brands to Stuarts to look out for this season, as stock arrives instore and online.
Due September 2016
One of the UK’s most exciting up and coming menswear designers, Edinburgh based Kestin Hare is now approaching its fourth season. The brand itself embodies Hare’s 15 years experience of UK Manufacturing and Craftsmanship and retains a clean, contemporary aesthetic for which it has become popularly know for within the industry.
With all Kestin Hare collections designed in Edinburgh, the brand has grown from strength to strength, gaining retail presence in Scotland and growing its stockists out Internationally. This season see’s Stuarts London join that exclusive list in becoming an official Kestin Hare brand stockist.
Rag & Bone
Established in 2002, Rag & Bone’s relatively short lifespan has seen the brand rise to become the darling of New York fashion and menswear worldwide. The brand itself is recognised for its signature silhouettes and inherent integrity. Each piece is impeccably crafted from the finest materials available and approached from a form and function design standpoint which continuously redefines urban style.
Rag & Bone pride themselves on sticking with tradition and produce their apparel in some of the US’s oldest factories in order to take advantage of the expert craftsmanship and attention to detail that is readily available in the US. This, in turn, helps provide a unique quality in every garment of clothing that is hard to replicate amongst any other menswear brand.
Created in 2002 by co-founders Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian SS Jensen Wood Wood takes inspiration from 90’s streetwear combining sophistication with the founders urban roots in the Copenhagen suburbs. With such vision and keeping collections on par with the brand’s urban roots, Wood Wood has taken over European fashion with collections prominent amongst street culture all over Northern and Western Europe, developing partnerships and collaborations with some of the world’s most renowned brands including; Nike, Ellesse, Barbour and many, many more. This season sees Wood Wood arrive at Stuarts London amongst a wave of excitement amongst both our staff and our customers.
Lauded for its premium jeans crafted in Japanese Kurabo denim, Jacob Cohen has landed into Stuarts London this season as the go-to brand for quality craftsmanship. Founded in 1985 by Tato Bardelle, every pair of Jacob Cohen denim is handmade in Italy is and available in perfectly-crafted slim fit and regular cuts. What makes Jacob Cohen so sought after is that luxurious feeling of exclusivity, one that is likely to set the tone for the seasons ahead.
Still By Hand
Due September 2016
A darling of Japenese menswear & due to arrive in at Stuarts London in September Still BY Hand are true to the name that they call themselves, resonating on the idea that their garments are handcrafted and always will be. This teaching and passion transcend into their clothing giving the wearer an added touch and incentive feel when they try on Still By Hand pieces. These threads will surely appeal to anyone looking to add a quirky layered edge to thier style this season!
New in at Stuarts London this season, Human Scales was co-founded in 2007 by Mikko Kämäräinen and Peter Ferber. The concept behind the brand stems from their background as retailers in Sweden. With the name implying that the clothes that you wear are in fact a part of you, in essence. With experience of working in collaborations with labels this Swedish brand has captured the attention of the fashion world with quality pieces that speak powerfully. Arriving with a handful of quality pieces, expect Human Scales to be one of the brands you should own by the end of the season.
The Buying Teams Favourite Pieces Online Now
Need some Autumn wardrobe inspiration? Check out our buying teams favourite pieces from the new brands stocked at Stuarts London including items from Jacob Cohen, Human Scales and Rag & Bone.
|Jacob Cohën J494 Verde Polo Shirt||Human Scales Pete Brown Leather Jacket||Rag & Bone Ezra Camo Jacket|