If you still think Dunhill is just the name of a brand of cigarettes, think again. The British menswear house has gone through a significant transformation in the last year and a half thanks to its new creative director Kim Jones. Jones, who, previously designed his own street wear line as well as a clothing collection for soccer brand Umbro, has given Dunhill's bread-and-butter—tailoring— a youthful spin. The spring collection was refined, but not fussy. In other words, it's for guys who want to look completely put together—but not put-out.
Not all shorts have to be khaki or come with cargo pockets. This patterned pair is a hassle-free way to change-up the summer staple
Details once did a story on whether the vest was Cool or Tool. Here's an example that definitely falls in the cool line.
A one-button navy blazer never goes out of style