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    Everything Men Should Be Wearing for Fall 2019




    Luxury can be as discreet as a touch of cashmere in a Brunello Cucinelli weave or as impossible to ignore as a Tom Ford overcoat. We don’t prize a luxurious object because it’s expensive, but because it’s beautiful, comfortable, impeccably made from superb materials – and built to last. Then its value justifies its price. Harry Rosen takes pride in seeking out the finest menswear in the world and bringing it home to our customers.

    Tom Ford black double breasted peacoat paired with metal and acetate sunglasses



    Now that is one powerful coat. There’s nothing diminutive about Tom Ford’s take on the classic wool overcoat. Full length, doublebreasted, with outsized lapels and pockets, it shows a deliberately generous silhouette, while a central pleat down the back allows extra freedom of movement. Turn up the collar to reveal two thick bands of black leather.

    Kiton blue cashmere sweater paired with blue check pattern silk & linen sports jacket



    Left The jacket’s blurred, blue plaid fabric is a blend of cashmere and silk with a little linen woven in to give the texture subtle slubbing. The drawstring trousers, made with brushed stretch-cotton twill, are a unique new hybrid: they have a regular waistband in the front and an elastic at the back, for extra comfort. Many men let the drawstring dangle untied to show off its red Kiton aglets.

    Brunello Cucinelli navy bomber jacket paired with brown and burgundy sports jacket and navy overshirt



    Right The undisputed master of the layered look cuts his down-filled navy nylon bomber short to show more of the rich brown-and-merlotchecked jacket beneath. It’s made with a wool-cashmere fabric that feels remarkably soft and springy. Completely unlined, the jacket is as comfortable as a sweater.

    Brunello Cucinelli grey checked sports jacket paired with camel cashmere cardigan and white slim fit cotton shirt



    The designer first made his name with cashmere, and there’s enough of it blended into the woollen fabric of the glen check jacket to give it a luxuriously soft hand. The full-zip cardigan is pure cashmere, thick and full but surprisingly light.

    Harry’s Tip
    Italians understand how stylish layering can be – and how practical, when you’re going outside but don’t want to wear a coat.

    Giorgio Armani navy striped sports jacket paired with white dress shirt



    The most elegant athleisure wear you’ll find, this double-breasted seersucker suit has a cashmere shawl collar and fashionably pleated trousers. The fluid drape of the cloth shouts out “Armani!”

    Loro Piana brown deerskin bomber jacket paired with blue cashmere silk turtleneck



    Left The removable fur collar is amazingly soft, and the cargo pockets are a cool idea, but this bomber is all about the leather. It’s dark chocolate brown deerskin, a little more substantial than calf leather but exceptionally supple and soft to the touch. Add cotton moleskin trousers and a cobalt cashmere turtleneck for a most refined look.

    Ermenegildo Zegna camel cashmere jacket paired with camel wool turtleneck



    Right The sweater is camel hair, and the camelcoloured coat is pure cashmere, unlined so it’s cozy but not too hot. Impeccably executed details include a suede undercollar, a suede drawstring to cinch the waist, horn buttons, leather piping on the pockets and a removable hood.