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  1. As the style director for the men’s department at Louis Vuitton, Kim Jones relies on the innovative use of materials and modern, slightly edgy silhouettes to elevate the company’s menswear line.
  2. The designer Stefano Pilati continues to challenge our existing notions of menswear while providing the well-dressed man with a supremely elegant wardrobe.
  3. Véronique Nichanian, deputy artistic director for menswear at Hermès, sets no limits in creating her designs—an observation that is confirmed by her latest series of bomber jackets.
  4. First worn by air-force pilots in the 1920s, the bomber jacket has been transformed for the spring collections by designers using myriad plush materials, urbane colors, and trimmer, modern lines.
  5. The safari wardrobe received a makeover from Ralph Lauren, who has transformed it from rugged to refined, without sacrificing authenticity.
  6. The footwear in the new Dior Homme François Premier collection is the first from the brand that is completely handmade using the Goodyear-welt construction method.
  7. Ermenegildo Zegna’s white-leather design is subtle and sophisticated.
  8. A Savile Row institution tailors its history to suit its future.
  9. Founded in 2010, the Swiss accessory brand TF Est. 1968—named for the initials and birth year of the company’s founder, Freddy Tschumi—creates products that combine the aesthetics of haute horlogerie...
  10. Retro styling gives sunglasses a fresh look for spring.

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