Men's Clothing and Accessories

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Acrimony

Designer collections for men and women in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. Progressive fashion at your fingertips. Acrimony (n.): distaste, distrust, and hatred of the conventional. The best, the coolest, and nothing else.

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Actually

First opened in April 2006, Actually is a multi-label fashion and lifestyle concept store located at the heart of Singapore. Over a decade, Actually has introduced arrays of upscale streetwear and contemporary brands from around the world, making it available locally and around the region with renown brands such as Freitag, Fjallraven, Dr. Denim, Lazy Oaf and Spitfire. Actually always believes in constant engagement in casual yet honest conversations, sharing different perspectives about any topics with their audience. With their fun and quirky personality, they aim to curate a wonderful list of brands to fulfill the needs of like-minded audience around the world. To further value existing and new customers around the world, ActuallyMag serves as an online platform that publishes various up to date topics from Arts and Design, Fashion to entertainment and more.

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AG

Crafting beautiful clothing that reflects a modern design sensibility, while maintaining a classic sophistication that transcends seasons. AG was launched in 2000 by Yul Ku, a pioneer in the denim industry. While their DNA is rooted in denim, AG's evolution from an exclusively premium denim brand to a contemporary lifestyle brand began in 2008 when Samuel Ku, son of Yul Ku, took over as the brand's Creative Director. Since then, Samuel and the AG design team have focused their efforts on seamlessly integrating complete collections that reflect the true sensibility of the brand: Chic. Sophisticated. Classic. From the initial stages of concept and design, to cutting, sewing, laundering, finishing and shipping, AG’s vertically integrated manufacturing facilities unite their design expertise with manufacturing ingenuity—truly unparalleled in the fashion industry. They believe in being socially active and responsible. Whether it's their Ozone Technology and use of eco-conscious fibers, or their partnership with charity: water, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing clean and safe drinking water to people in developing nations, they are committed to making a difference.

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Al Duca d'Aosta

Founded in 1902 in Venice, Al Duca d'Aosta originally was a men's shirt fabric shop next to Rialto Bridge. Emilio Ceccato, 4 generations ago, quickly decided to evolve not only by selling fabrics shirts, but producing the same. The collections of over 100 top fashion designers, wisely selected in quality and elegance, are combined in recognizable style. Here you may find the best runway looks, IT bags and icon accessories of latest collections.

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Alexander Wang

Designer clothes and accessories. This American fashion designer is known for his urban designs. After designing a Fall 2008 collection using black as the predominant color,he designed his Spring 2009 collection using bright colors such as orange, dusty purple, aqua and hot pink. In the meantime he has reverted to using mainly black fabrics, and is often praised for exhibiting outstanding tailoring skills.

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Alpinetrek

Premium outdoor speciality retailer selling the largest collection of high quality climbing and mountaineering gear in Europe and really standing for advocacy, competence and perfect service. Reasons to shop with them: high quality outdoor gear; 120,000 products in stock; over 500 of the best outdoor brands; standard delivery within 3-5 working days is free for orders above £50; 30 days returns policy; 2-year warranty.

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Amara

Over 300 of the world’s most luxurious home fashion brands, many of which being exclusive to them, such as Ralph Lauren Home, who have carefully selected Amara as the only online store to distribute their home collections. Bringing you the very best in luxury home fashion, they now offer nearly 35,000 products on their website to ensure your interior style is always covered. Their online magazine, The LuxPad, which provides a discerning insight into not just the interiors and design industry but also the worlds of fashion, travel and luxury cuisine, has grown exponentially over the past three years with the latest industry interviews, case studies and inspiration published weekly. With an ever expanding subscription list and US and Austalian versions launched last year, the magazine is gaining in popularity every day and many more exciting features are planned for the year ahead. Amara’s reach is ever increasing and in 2015 they connected with their customers oven more through the launch of their German language site to join their French site launched in 2014 and by increasing the visibility of their other dedicated country websites including US, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, UAE and Ireland.

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American Rag Cie

There is more to living the good life than meets the eye. One needs a certain verve and appreciation for the simple luxuries. Fortunately, that kind of flair can be bought. At American Rag Compagnie, the unique specialty stores located in Los Angeles and Newport Beach, you will find everything you need to live the good life! American Rag Compagnie is a mainstay of California culture. Founder, Mark Werts, has been recognized as one of the most innovative and trendsetting retailers in the United States. Mr Werts and his buying team have travelled the world in pursuit of unique and exclusive merchandise to fill the American Rag stores.

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Antonio Marras

Born in Alghero, Sardinia. The island has always deeply influenced his aesthetic. His fashion debut was the result of a lucky chance. In 1987 a fashion house in Rome asked him to design a prêt-à-porter collection. Their invitation was due to his dual baggage of skills: cultural – Marras has always involved himself in every form of artistic/creative expression – and technical. The latter is based on his know-how of materials and forms which he developed within his family’s business of a number of shops they owned in Alghero. This combination of intellectual input and practical experience provided him with solid foundations on which to build his first, eponymous collection. In 1996 he was asked to present an haute couture show in Rome. The key elements of his style were already clear to see: the focus on craft techniques; Sardinia as a source of inspiration that is never reduced to folkloristic kitsch; the recurring theme of the ligazzio rubio (which in the Sardinian language means a “red thread”), which becomes a fully-fledged hallmark of his style. He debuts with his prêt-à-porter in March 1999 in Milan. The collection has all the elements of his poetics. There’s always a theme, red threads. Then the taste for elegant contrasts: burn marks on luxury fabrics, distressed gauzes and sumptuous embroidery, visible seams and brocades together with a perception of modernity, richly decorative elements on vintage clothes, mixtures of rich and poor, male and female, decoration and structure, form and function. In parallel with the collections, he continues to experiment through his Laboratorio and Serie Limitata ranges: not quite prêt-à-porter, not quite couture. Clothes made by hand in the Alghero designer’s big homestudioworkshop. Clothes that retain the allure of authenticity because only a few pieces exist and, at the same time, they may serve as the starting point for models included in the first line. In 2003 LVMH, the French luxury goods group, invites him to be the artistic director of the Kenzo fashion house, which will be Antonio’s travel companion for eight years, until 2011.The second line I’M ISOLA MARRAS is launched in May 2007, debuting with the 2008-2009 autumn/winter season. Not exactly a second line, rather a more accessible, decoded Marras world. Antonio establishes his headquarters in Milan. In all these years Marras made a fundamental choice, both sentimental and artistic: he never gives up living where he was born. From Alghero he travels to Milan and Paris, but it is always to Alghero that he returns in pursuit of creativity, inspiration and material for his expressive universe. His work as a stylist takes him all over the world, but he persists in living on Sardinia, aware as he is that the island gives him his energy. He lives in Alghero in a big home/workshop on a hill high over the sea. He shares his home with his family/tribe, who take an active part in his creative work.

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Argos

Is the UK's leading digital retailer, offering more than 33,000 products through www.argos.co.uk, its growing mobile channels, stores, over the telephone and uniquely, through Argos TV. Argos continues to be the UK's largest high street retailer online with over 430 million website visits annually. Argos serves around 130 million customers a year through its network of 740 stores. In the financial year to February 2012, Argos sales were £3.9 billion and it employed some 31,000 people across the business. Argos is part of Home Retail Group, the UK's leading home and general merchandise retailer. They Keep clean and green, dealing accordingly with environmental issues such as waste management and energy consumption; they are extending their product range to help you make more responsible choices, conserve resources and save money; they source with care, providing details of their timber sourcing policy, chemical strategy and ethical trading conditions in their supply chain; they support the local and national communities in which they operate. These are just some of the practical ways in which they try to be socially, ethically and environmentally responsible. They're committed to reducing the impact their business has on the environment as well as helping you to do the same. They're working hard to reduce the amount of resources they use and the amount of CO2 emissions they produce. Some of their recent achievements: 91% of waste from the business was recycled, 35% reduction in waste sent to landfill, 26% reduction in packaging from own brand and direct-sourced products, 9% reduction in carbon footprint and 100% of direct-source and direct-import factories have a current ethical audit. They believe that working to meet these objectives is the best way to live up to your expectations of them as a retailer, enhance their reputation and manage their resources effectively in the face of rising costs.

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