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4 Menswear Brands You Need to Know Now

Some of our favourite menswear labels that are sure to reignite your fashion excitement.

If one thing's for certain, 2020 has thrown us some curveballs. Lucky we still have amazing fashion brands to follow, get excited about and await their new collections in our mailbox. If your fashion inspiration is waning in the COVID fog, these brands will be sure to revive your enthusiasm.


Words By Brittany Lyons

Bode

One of the magnificent things that have come out of this year is the self-titled label of New York Cjty based designer Emily Adams Bode.

BODE perfectly represents how fashion should be changing in the age of now.

Approaching her craft with a slow-fashion approach, Bode sources fabrics from all over the world, including Victorian quilts and 100-year-old linens, then and uses them to handcraft unique pieces that tell a story.

Presented as a series of jovial, joyful and expertly crafted collections, BODE stands as a series of modern pieces for the man who appreciates one of a kind garments with a sense of nostalgia.

Shop the range of linen shirts, embroidered jackets and textured slacks below.

Bode Pom-pom Shirt Jacket, $2,568, Farfetch

Acne Studios

Scandinavian consideration and craftsmanship marry in the most perfect display of contemporary fashion.

If you’re not already familiar with Swedish powerhouse Acne Studios, then do we have a treat for you.

Standing as the perfect entry-level to Paris Fashion Week RTW, Acne creates top quality staples, as well as fashion-forward styling pieces that are sure to inspire.

Inspired by creator Johnny Johannsson’s zest for all things creative, his collections expertly juxtapose attention to detail and design with a very defined emphasis on tailoring and eclectic use of materials and motifs.

As soon as you meet an Acne piece you’ll understand what true craftsmanship is.

Acne Studios Polka-dot Print Shirt Champagne Beige, $540, Acne Studios

A.P.C.

Inherently Parisian, this French label brings joy to the world through timeless and impeccably sophisticated men’s ready-to-wear.

You may recognise the denim tote bags synonymous to the brand name, but the label is actually best known for its wardrobe staples surpassing any trend. Crafted from superior European and Japanese materials, attention to detail is evident once you slip into any A.P.C. work of art.

The shapes are traditional workwear but simplified, practical yet elevated.

The timeless nature and refined aesthetic of A.P.C. is something that any man can enjoy and be proud to wear.

A.P.C. Mac Ville Trench Coat, $690, Matches Fashion

Stussy

Born out of laidback Laguna Beach, California, Stussy has sound foundations in the men’s urban wear scene.

Inspired by the traditional surf culture in the 1980’s, this label creates authentic clothing styles and accessories embodying the relaxed and fun beach philosophies of that era.

Today, Stussy is known and bought worldwide for it’s accessible, playful and stylish as all hell streetwear. Hoodies, bucket hats and no fuss silhouettes with a 90’s inspired mood make Stussy the brand we know and love.

Worn by beach bums, teenagers and fashion forward men alike, Stussy is an exciting label you should get to know.

Stussy Cargo Fleece Hoodie, $312, Farfetch

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