The menswear brands you need to know about this season
Listen up fellas! Clever layering is key to any well-dressed man's wardrobe. Get it right and it'll carry you from dusk till dawn. Here's our top picks from the brands you need to know...
Renown for their classic style and quality, Copenhagen based clothing brand Norse Projects blends influences from streetwear and classical workwear with high-end fashion.
This Autumn’s collection is no different and offers a fabulous selection of fabrics and colours in shirts, sweats, tees and knitwear to wear as a signature item or for layering up on those colder days.
VERNER NORMANDY, £135, frontiers-man.com
Universal Works is a small independent company producing contemporary menswear based on fit and design, they are about the mixing of ideas; understanding heritage and context underpinned by contemporary needs and aesthetics.
This seasons’ collection offers superb work jackets in twill, wool and even Harris Tweed, a range of their classic trouser cuts and some fabulous shirting and knitwear.
BAKERS JACKET, £150, frontiers-man.com
LOOSE CREW, £105, frontiers-man.com
Folk was started in 2001 by Scottish born Cathal McAteer out of a love affair of clothing with no significant branding or logo. Producing simple, well made garments with a clean palette for the modern guy, Folk clothing is subtle and far from the norm.
This season sees the brand on top form with some superb shirting combing fine cord with plain cotton and flannels, their trade mark tees and sweats, and some superb outerwear.
BABY CORD SHIRT, £110, frontiers-man.com
RIVET SWEAT, £110, frontiers-man.com
WADDED HOODIE, £280, frontiers-man.com