Repertoire Fashion

04/01/2019

French Casual Wear For Men: Brands To Know

France, and especially Paris, has always been the epitome of fashion. Here at Repertoire we have 3 stand out brands that will add the perfect Parisian touch to your men’s casual wardrobe… Maison Kitsuné Created in 2002 by Gildas Loaëc, Masaya Kuroki and the London-based graphics company Åbäke, Maison Kitsuné is a fashion label which began life also as a French electronic music record label. Inspired by vibrant graphic prints, including their iconic Pixel Fox, and minimal Parisian designs. The name Kitsuné comes from the Japanese word for Fox. In Japan,... Read More

28/12/2018
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HUGO BOSS: 3 Colours, 3 Wearing Occasions

In 2018, we saw the introduction of Hugo Boss’ new wearing occasions – BOSS Business, BOSS Athleisure & BOSS Casual. However, you may be thinking, where have BOSS Black, BOSS Green and BOSS Orange gone? Never fear, all your favourite clothing from BOSS still remains the same; it’s just the names that have changed! BOSS Black → BOSS Business BOSS Business is the wearing occasion that is best known for it’s smarter staples and formal wear pieces. Designed for the working man in mind, BOSS Business‘ sharp tailoring comes to life with... Read More

14/09/2018

Mens Guide To Smart Casual Dressing

What do you wear when you’ve been invited to after work drinks but you’ve got to dress smart in the office, or come the weekend and you’ve got a special evening out? Smart-casual is a dress code that covers both styles, but is wearing a shirt and jacket trying too hard? Nowadays, smart casual is a term used frequently to define how we dress. Often the ideal answer is a blazer, smart jeans, a white shirt and brown loafers. The idea is to par down a smart blazer or shirt... Read More

02/01/2018

Kent & Curwen: Heritage & David Beckham

Known for it’s true British heritage, Kent & Curwen was founded in 1926 by Eric Kent and Dorothy Curwen. They first began by designing and manufacturing repp ties for military, club and universities such as Oxford and Cambridge. Then in 1932, Kent & Curwen decided to branch further into the fashion sector by purchasing a knitwear factory in London to create their first ever cricket sweater – a style that would later on distinguish their style and reputation around the world. More than 50 years after the brand’s founding, the Three... Read More