Don Draper isn’t back on TV just yet but you can get your hands on goods inspired by America’s favorite tortured ad exec starting tomorrow with the second round of the Banana Republic Mad Men capsule collection. Using off-duty Don’s time at the country club as a reference point, the pieces incorporate elements of 1960’s sportswear but have been updated for modern men, mad or otherwise. More info here.
That killer mac was just a taste of Won Hundred’s fall collection and now we’re happy to bring you highlights from the Danish brand’s full line. Like that coat, the seasonal merch is filled with well-designed staples for every guy including crisply cut sweaters and slim, city-ready bottoms to a just-right olive green parka we look forward to throwing on as soon as the first leaf changes. See more looks here.
Marc Jacobs’s downtown cool kids must be listening to a lot of Specials records lately because the designer’s Fall 2012 collection looks like a celebration of the ska spirit, but in the most polished way possible. Tonal geometric print shirts, shown buttoned to the collar and tie-less, and wide horizontal stripe knits were topped off with tailored topcoats while below slim, cuffed pants hovered over black combat boots. The dark palette of colors kept things crisp while the textured fabrics (mohair, shag-style wool, crinkled cotton) provided visual interest in a collection created for the most stylish skankers out there.
See the full Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2012 men’s collection from New York right now at GQ.com.
Lions in Winter—that was the mode of Michael Bastian’s latest collection. Models varying in age and degree of facial hair sported fusty-cool updates on American classics—a lean, tan pinstriped suit over a gingham shirt; popped collar plaid underneath country cardigans; even a pair of pajamas right out of the Hefner handbook. These were the clothes of luxurious men, unafraid to draw attention without violating good taste.
See the full Michael Bastian Fall 2012 men’s collection from New York right now at GQ.com.
The models at Marlon Gobel are ready for the most dapper game of laser tag—ever. See the full Marlon Gobel Fall 2012 collection here.