9 Emerging Menswear Brands To Watch For Fall 2017
A new season is upon us and with that always comes the excitement of new collections from our favorite emerging talent. As much as we hate to see summer go, we're secretly (not so secretly) anxious for the weather to cool down, so we can begin our fall wardrobe prep. With so much menswear out there it can be truly overwhelming when deciding who to fill your closet with.
Luckily, we happen to be working with some of the best emerging designers in the biz and we're pleased to introduce them to you. From streetwear to sportswear and everything in between, these are the guys we’re the most stoked on for fall 2017, and know you will be too.
David Hart has had nothing but accolades since launching his collection in 2015. Hart was a finalist for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, named one of the “Best New Menswear Designers in America” by GQ Magazine, nominated for The International Woolmark Prize in Menswear for the USA region, and inducted into the Council of Fashion Designers of America. His FW17 collection is a perfect combo of contemporary meets nostalgic, mixing iconic ‘50’s shapes with modern prints and textile. Clearly a designer you'll want to keep an eye on this season.
Meet North Hill: Streetwear emerging from the rich history and urban culture of the northern hillock of Montmartre, Paris. North Hill sources fabric from around the world, producing its pieces in Paris with experienced craftsmen. Their new fall collection is expertly elevated-street meets contemporary, meaning we’ll be living in it day and night.
Sourced in Nigeria and constructed in the US, Post Imperial designs emphasizes a focus on color, pattern, and process. With the help of local artisans using a rare hand-dyeing process called adrie, each garment is unique.
Inspired by the utilitarian lifestyles of Eastern spiritual cultures, SEEKER aspires to transport the comfort and thoughtfulness of that traditional clothing into the context of Western silhouettes. Built around a core of richly textured organic hemp and cotton, their garments are genderless and age inclusive.
Blluemade is the creation of minimal, functional clothing in classic silhouettes with vintage inspired details. Husband and wife team, Alex and Lilly, work with heritage linen mills and New York City’s historic Garment District factories as a commitment to ethical production. Plus, all of their pieces are made from the finest Belgian linen. With fall comes heavier weights and richer tones like mustard and forest green.
This London-based athleisure brand prides itself on high quality fabrics, comfort, and simplicity. Intertwining attention to detail with a minimalist, contemporary style, Habits brings a modern aesthetic to sportswear designed and produced in East London, England. When temps drop we can’t wait to live in their lux fall fleece’s and neoprenes for the next eight months.
This Austin, TX brand has quickly become one of the most interesting and sought after brands in the industry. The fall drop is their best yet with thick cottons canvases and denims in rich earth tones that provide the ultimate vintage meets contemporary vibe.
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This menswear line is inspired by vintage garments and classic silhouettes from around the world. There are two key attributes for every piece they design: conscientious construction and attention to detail. Plus, everything is made with fabrics that feature 100% natural fibers sourced from Europe and Japan. Their fall collection consists of dark neutrals in brown and navy that will become your forever wardrobe staples.
MAPLE hails from Vancouver, BC, Canada, and they are proud to bring values of their homeland to the world in the form of hats, belts, footwear, jewelry, and other assorted accessories that are made sustainably and built to last. Known for their handmade wool and angora socks and accessories, we plan to stock up as soon as the cold weather hits.