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Tag : Autumn 20 menswear buying guide

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  • Menswear autumn 20 index outerwear

    Autumn 20 menswear: Coats of noteSubscription

    Fashion17 January 2020

    All the options, from cosy cagoules to all-weather windcheaters and versatile shackets. 

  • Index plastic

    Autumn 20 menswear: Old school, new packaging Subscription

    Fashion16 January 2020

    Fashion’s love affair with all things 1990s shows no signs of waning, so buy into the best pieces to offer your customers casual style remix. 

  • Skopes Wool and polyester coat, £64; Guide London Cotton jumper, £26; Saint James Wool trousers, £81; Dr Martens Leather shoes, £45.40; Scarf, stylist’s own

    Autumn 20 menswear: Peak performersSubscription

    Fashion16 January 2020

    Autumn 20’s outerwear and classic layers will cover all your menswear customers’ bases – from weekends walking in the Peak District to functional and versatile weekday workwear 

  • Menswear autumn 20 index build your buy

    Autumn 20 menswear: Super staplesSubscription

    Fashion16 January 2020

    Buy into foundational pieces that give your customers versatility and depth in their wardrobes – and nod to trends  

  • Menswear autumn 20 index tailoring

    Autumn 20 menswear: Strong suitsSubscription

    Fashion16 January 2020

    Tailoring continues its strident resurgence in new, relaxed shapes and eye-catching patterns. 

  • Jack, richard and isaac benson guide london menswear

    The menswear brand banking on independentsSubscription

    The Drapers Interview15 January 2020

    Guide London has taken an independent approach to business to withstand the troubles of a shrinking high street. 

  • Master Debonair own brand

    The suit strikes back: menswear's new approachSubscription

    Features13 January 2020

    Traditional tailors are facing disruption from high street rivals and direct-to-consumer brands that put a fresh spin on the menswear staple.