This cluster is for the guys who don't need a suit to feel like a man, the ones that believe a white t-shirt should be a staple in their wardrobe. Whether it's distressed denim or fitted cardigans, relaxed menswear is becoming more acceptable as a fashion do.
From working man menswear to sleeveless suit jackets, these men know how to look cool without trying.
Implications - For the modern-day male office warrior, fashion is a reflection of personal identity. Suits and neck ties have fallen by the wayside in favor of more fashion-forward attire. Companies ought to consider how to integrate this image of the modern man into their branding.
From Scruffy Hipster Lookbooks to Casual Luxury Collections
The Edwin 2010 Fall Collection is a Selection of Hauntingly Stylish Workwear
Laid-Back Menswear Lookbooks
Tim Van Steenbergen Fall 2010 Shows Relaxed Autumn Fashions
The Flying Coffin 2010 Spring Line is Drop Dead Stylin'
Western Denim Menswear
T.J. Leavy by Alexander Neumann Makes for Some Hot Looks
Pensive Menswear Lookbooks
The Rehacer 2010 Collection is Gear for the Modern Thinker
The Orthodox Spring 2011 Collection is for Laid-Back Lads
The Nicole Farhi Fall 2010 Lookbook Gives a Twist to Menswear
'The Fisher King' Reels in a Fine Fashion Catch
The Unexpected William Richard Green Fall 2010 Collection
Sleeveless Suit Jackets
The Casely-Hayford 2010 Autumn Collection
'White Summer Day' in GQ China Shows a Clean, Ivory Spring Look
Kirrily Johnston Spring 2010 Lookbook Takes Cues From Femme Fashion
Half-Dressed Hipster Shoots
Enzo Laera Captures Josh Beech in Kult Magazine
Tailored Rebel Menswear
'Urban Feelings' by Philipp Jelenska Updates the James Dean Aesthetic
Casual Luxury Collections
The Balmain Homme Spring/Summer 2010 Look Book
Working Man Menswear
'Rough Cut' in LA Times Magazine Captures Fashion for the Everyman
Nerdy Minimalist Menswear
The Sandinista 2010 Fall/Winter Collection Leans Towards Geek Chic
Scruffy Hipster Lookbooks
Bedwin & The Heartbreakers Fall/Winter 2010 Collection