Men’s Wear Trend: Fashion Power

For fall 2012, the traditional business suit has gone through a much-needed fashion makeover and been turned into a sleek, youthful and modern ensemble. Tailored clothing manufacturers are proposing a formfitting silhouette, with narrow lapels and tight, defined shoulders that will empower any executive.

Shown Here:

(1.) Gucci’s wool and cotton suit and Prada’s cotton shirt. Linda Farrow glasses; Alexander Olch tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Imperial pocket square; Gucci belt and shoes.

(2.) Tallia Orange’s poly and rayon suit and Prada’s cotton shirt. Hugo Boss sunglasses; John Varvatos tie; Tateossian tie bar; Thomas Pink gloves; Louis Vuitton briefcase and shoes.

(3L.) Elie Tahari’s wool suit and Kiton’s cotton shirt. Yves Saint Laurent sunglasses; Bespoken tie; Tateossian tie bar; Imperial pocket square; Dunhill gloves; Calvin Klein briefcase; Gucci shoes.

(3R.) Joseph Abboud’s wool suit, Ermenegildo Zegna’s cotton shirt and Thomas Pink’s wool coat. Gucci sunglasses; Giorgio Armani tie and pocket square; Salvatore Ferragamo tie bar; Thomas Pink gloves; Calvin Klein portfolio; Louis Vuitton shoes.

(4L.) Dior Homme’s wool suit and Burberry London’s cotton shirt. Alexander Olch tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Salvatore Ferragamo belt; Bally shoes.

(4R.) Boss Selection’s wool suit and Kiton’s cotton shirt. Oliver Peoples glasses; John Varvatos tie; Tateossian tie bar; Imperial pocket square; Brioni gloves; Calvin Klein briefcase and shoes.

(5.) Calvin Klein’s wool suit and Prada’s cotton shirt. Fendi sunglasses; Brioni tie; Tateossian tie bar; Bally Belt and shoes; CH Carolina Herrera gloves; Salvatore Ferragamo briefcase.

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