Esquire is launching a capsule collection in collaboration with 10 menswear brands dubbed the Esquire Edit.
The sartorial range is limited edition and combined completes a full outfit, from shoes and socks, to a shirt, jacket and accessories such as cufflinks and a hat.
Curated by the Esquire team and managed by IMG, Charlie Teasdale, Style Director, Esquire UK calls it a collaboration “with 10 of our favourite brands”.
“The collection comprises a comprehensive selection of men’s elevated essentials, each of which illustrating the craftsmanship, design and quiet luxury we so appreciate at Esquire magazine,” he adds. “To that end, I’m sure the Edit will appeal to our eminently stylish readership, and hopefully beyond.”
Garments in the collection are inspired by the heritage of each brand and cover hallmarks of Esquire’s design, such as an ‘Esquire orange’ finish on the tongue and heel of the Trainers by Esquire x Grenson.
The full collection also includes@ Shoes by Esquire x Crockett & Jones, Beanie by Esquire x Lock & Co., Shirt by Esquire x Turnbull & Asser, Jacket by Esquire x Belstaff, Holdall by Esquire x Bennett Winch, Jeans by Esquire x Hawksmill, Cardholder by Esquire x William & Son, Cufflinks by Esquire x Alice Made This.
Steve Ross, Global Head of Brand Development and Chief Licensing Officer of Hearst Magazines, the owner of Esquire magazine and driving force behind its lifestyle brand extension, says: “In collaboration with the editors of Esquire we’re pleased to offer a capsule collection that is curated to embody the very essence of fashion and style. We're confident these exclusive, limited products from 10 select partners will resonate with the loyal readers who look to our brand as the definitive arbiter of style."
The Esquire Edit will be available to buy from 17th October via esquire.com/UK, and the brands’ stores and websites. The products will also be showcased at the Esquire Townhouse 2019 with Breitling event, which takes place between 17-19 October in London.
Top image credit: David Lineton