Articles in Fashion

Photo Courtesy of Hiltl
Fritz Hiltl started making trousers in Sulzbach-Rosenberg, Germany, in 1955 with the mission to...
The Canali family has been producing lightweight jackets, knitwear, sport shirts, casual trousers...
Photo Courtesy of Santandrea
When fifth-generation textile producer Luca Trabaldo Togna took over the St. Andrews clothing...
Finamore, established in 1925, is the second-oldest shirtmaker in Naples, but this fourth-...
Photo Courtesy of Michael Toschi
Technology has always been the calling card of California-based shoemaker Michael Toschi, who...
Photo Courtesy of Pal Zileri
When Yvan Benbanaste assumed the role of fashion coordinator at Pal Zileri in 2007, he took on the...
Photo Courtesy of Brioni
Most men identify Brioni with the Penne, Italy-based company’s strong-shouldered power suits. But...
Photo Courtesy of John Lobb
Two elements—the figure-eight-shape undersole and the finest blemish-free leather—distinguish John...
Photo by Roderick Angle
Combining the classic style of an oxford with the rubber sole of an athletic shoe, the new Isaia...
When Joe Lotuff and Frank Clegg launched their joint-signature leather-goods label this past spring...
Edward Tautz earned his reputation as a bespoke tailor of military uniforms and country sport...
Once confined to clothing influenced by apparel found long ago on Savile Row, Ralph Lauren Purple...
Zilli is well known for its handmade outerwear fashioned from the skins of python, ostrich, deer,...
When fashion designer Tom Ford (212.359.0300, www.tomford.com) enlisted the Italian clothier...
Italo Ferretti is considered one of Italy’s most fastidious tie makers, which is likely the reason...
Most Italian suitmakers regard Vincenzo Attolini as the originator of the soft-shouldered, high-...
Brunello Cucinelli (212.813.0900, www.brunellocucinelli.it) once vowed never to introduce denim...
Fashion designer Stefano Ricci—famous for his colorful silk neckwear, fancifully detailed shirts,...
D’Avenza (www.davenza.it; available in the United States through William White, 857.350.3851)...
When the Italian clothier Kiton expanded its factory and brought its shirt production in-house in...

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