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Everything Men Should Be Wearing for Fall 2019

 

HARRY MAGAZINE FALL / WINTER 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.

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TOM FORD

 

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.

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KITON

 

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.

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BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

 

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.

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BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

 

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.

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GIORGIO ARMANI

 

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!”

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LORO PIANA

 

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.

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ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA

 

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.

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