On a quest for global brand domination, Auckland is InStitchu’s first stop. The ecommerce-powered made-to-measure suit service is opening its first bricks and mortar showroom outside of Australia in walking distance to many local suit aficionados in the CBD.
Prestige menswear label Crane Brothers has started offering a finance option. Founder and managing director Murray Crane says weddings have been the main driver, explaining that the launch at the start of this month is aimed to support custom from grooms currently planning their weddings
Auckland menswear retailer Nicholas Jermyn has been placed into voluntary administration. The shirting specialist has been open for 10 years, and held 10 retail stores in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch before it ran into financial trouble.
Shortly after heritage Wellington menswear store Vance Vivian underwent a refurbishment, it took the opportunity to open an exclusive concept store by Italian outfitter Canali inside. Hamish Vance, director and co-owner of Vance Vivian, and manager Conon Ford teamed up to answer our questions about
The streets of Cuba, the vistas of Rio De Janeiro and the desolate Salt Flats of Utah are just some of the breath-taking landscapes Hallenstein Brothers has featured in its advertising. Now, its latest campaign takes the viewer on a short trip through Morocco and
Flight Centre NZ has promoted its new managing director from within the company, while Working Style is welcoming back an old friend following the departure of its creative director.
A renaissance in men’s fashion can be traced back to one man – Don Draper. In a phenomenon Forbes called ‘the Don Draper effect’, the dapper Mad Men character has jump-started the sartorial instincts of Gen Y and millennial men worldwide to the tune of
Willy Moon and his infamous wife Natalia Kills may think he is the only one who can wear a suit, but Crane Brothers would beg to differ. The menswear company has teamed up with Jaguar to give away a custom-made Crane Brothers suit with every