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If you’re looking to update your man’s wardrobe with some new pieces for fall, then you’ll want to check out the Gap’s new collaboration with Gentleman’s Quarterly. This limited-edition collection of menswear features three of GQ’s Best New Menswear Designers, who created mini-collections exclusively for Gap+GQ. This line blends function with fashion in pieces ranging from sweaters and button down shirts to denim and tee shirts, as well as outerwear and accessories.
Meet The Designers:
Ami (Paris, France)— AMI’s Alexandre Mattiussi draws inspiration from the streets of Paris, turning sportswear and streetwear on its head. The result is the definition of modern French style.
United Arrows and Sons (Tokyo, Japan) — United Arrows and Sons, the brainchild of Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, is the driving force behind Japanese fashion, bringing together refined tailoring and cutting-edge casual-wear to create an entirely original attitude.
Kinfolk (Brooklyn, New York) — Founded by Jey Perie, Kinfolk is the heart and soul of the Brooklyn creative class, creating streetwise clothes with an edgy sensibility. Inspired by workwear and urbane archetypes, their clothes are easy and relaxed and coveted by those in the know.
The pieces range in price from $29 to $299, making them accessible to any guy who wants to bring some globe-trotting style to his wardrobe. Gap+GQ is available online and in select stores and will only be available for a limited time, so get a jump on your holiday shopping for him today!