The boys are looking pretty fierce this fall as men’s fashion hones in on fine textures, tailored fits, and layers of beautiful clothing. Hats, briefcases, jewelry, and even a cane make for intriguing accessories, and the world’s most interesting men will likely be donning all of these. Jeans are shown in various colors, and denim shirts are back as well as jean jackets. Tricked-out sneakers are still fresh as are classic loafers and boots — all shown with refined detail. We had fun shooting men’s fashion in the old Central Station on South Main, which served as the ideal space for masculine and eye-catching clothes.
Checkered button-down shirt, $98; belt, $89; jeans, $89; waxed twill and suede coat,$495; wooden fish carved cane, $89; all from Orvis in Laurelwood. Indigo felt wool hat with pheasant feather detail, from Mister Hats, $60. Boots by Wolverine, $195, from Oak Hall.
Jeans by Parasuco, $166; polo, $69, and button-down shirt, $79, both by Original Penguin; all from K’ Presha on South Main. Sterling and braided leather bracelet, $285; Maui Jim sunglasses, $279; both from James Davis. Leather bag by Moore & Giles, $480, from Oak Hall.
Button-down shirt by Billy Reid, $195; sweater by Alan Paine, $250; grey denim pants by JBrand, $235; jacket by Barbour, $729; wool scarf by Hartford, $130; suede O-ring belt, $155; suede loafers by Ferragamo, $680, all from Oak Hall.
Chambray denim shirt by Tommy Bahama, $128; grey flannel pinstripe vest by Peter Millar, $450, and pants, $125; knit tie, $125; sterling and braided leather bracelet, $285; all from James Davis. Houndstooth newsboy wool cap, $110, from Mister Hats. Belt from Orvis, $89.