Live Now : 2015 GQ for Gap Best New Menswear Designers in America

The GQ x Gap Best New Menswear Designers in America Collection

The Gap x GQ collections launches its fourth menswear collection designed by GQ’s four Best New Menswear Designers in America for 2015 arrives in store and shop online live today.  

I’ve always look forward every year on getting my hands on these threads that offers the everyday gentleman upcoming new designers to spruce up your fall wardrobe at lower price points before they get mainstream popular – I’m looking at you John Elliott + Co ‎. This year’s offering previews collection from David Hart, Stampd, NSF, and The Hill-Side, includes tailored blazers and trousers, overcoats, leather jackets, graphic and classic tees, sweatshirts, sweatpants, denim, and field jackets, along with accessories — including shoes, hats, bags, socks, and ties with prices ranging from $14 to $460. 

“There’s a great story about the state of American fashion happening in this year’s collaboration,” GQ EIC Jim Nelson said in a statement. “One, that it’s thriving. Two, where it’s thriving. These incredibly talented designers are channeling the new energy coming from both coasts — whether its the LA vibe of the streetwear-meets-sportswear looks from Stampd, the perfectly distressed and lived-in staples from NSF, fanatically detail oriented accessories from Hill-Side, or the refined take on 50’s cool that David Hart has perfected. I feel confident that together they represent not just what men want to wear these days, but what they truly want to live in.”

Happy shopping dapper and gents! Watch the video below the #BNMDA designers talk us through their GAP collaborations.

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