8 Menswear Brands to Shop on East Dane

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Home to over 250 menswear brands ranging from carrying contemporary to heritage to athletic clothing, East Dane is a great online destination to shop new styles from favorite brands and discover new ones. However, going through them all can be tedious. To help, I’ve picked out 10 of my favorites to browse and shop this season:

Billy Reid

Known for his Southern luxury take on classic American workwear, Billy Reid creates a range of gorgeous menswear options from lightweight wovens made from imported Turkish cloth to outerwear styles from from Italian wools. Get a taste of what’s to come this spring/summer.

Parke & Ronen

Tailored swimwear and summer-ready clothing make up this Parke & Ronen’s luxury collection. The range of bathing suit options go from mid-length swim trunks with adjustable sides to buckled briefs. All in a range of colorful and eye-popping patterns. Get a taste of what’s to come this spring/summer.

Ben Minkoff

What started as a range of vintage-inspired man bags a couple years ago as grown to a fine line of men’s accessories ranging from backpacks to wallets and belts. Coming up this fall for the growing brand, footwear. Really excited to check them out!

Herschel Supply Co.

My personal go-to for casual travel and day-to-day accessories, HSC is an Vancouver-based brand that has been expanding over the recent years as well. Known for their canvas-styled backpacks, check out their great collection of pouches and duffle bags as well. A range of colors and patterns release every month it seems, so there’s always something fun and new to find.

Grenson

British heritage brand Grenson is known for its classic footwear made with the traditional goodyear-welting process. Grenson designs modern styles as well though, and uses color throughout its offerings—from a rich navy and burgundy to neons and silver for those more adventurous.

Cole Haan

American classic footwear can be found from Cole Haan, but also the future of footwear. I haven’t had a chance to walk around in a pair from the lightweight Zerogrand line yet, but have seen them and touched. They look super chic but still have that classic feel to them and are so lightweight but strong that you can bend them in your hands. When you release they keep their shape and look as if nothing happened.

Volley Australia

While like Converse, there’s classics pimsole styles that Volley offers. but the Aussie brand also has some fun textured styles, color combos and winterized high-top styles with fur inside to keep you warm.

Tretorn

For those rainy days, Tretorn has reliable boots to splash around in. For the warmer months, the classic canvas sneakers such as the Nylite (the brand’s classic shoe and considered the first luxury sport shoe when it debuted in 1964) offer rubber soles to make the days you want to go sockless more enjoyable.

Happy shopping!


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About Andrew Villagomez

Andrew Villagomez is a lifestyle journalist, style photographer and owner of VeeTravels.com. He contributes to publications such as Details.com, Out Magazine, Logo TV's NewNowNext.com, Passport Magazine, Latina.com, Thrillist.com and more. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram: @VeeTravels

Posted on March 5, 2015, in Fashion, Shopping and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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