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9 new menswear labels at Rustan’s you need to know

9 new menswear labels at Rustan’s you need to know

The department store unveils its summer must-haves

If you’re building your summer wardrobe and haven’t found the staple pieces just yet, do not discount Rustan’s Department Store from your list of shops. They have recently refreshed their curation of brand offerings this summer.

On April 26, 2023, the department store launched Rustan’s Man 2.0, introducing the freshest and most vibrant designer brands in the industry. The event took place at the fourth level of Rustan’s Shangri-La Plaza Mall, where they treated members of the media and other special guests to a night of impeccable style and a plethora of exciting games and activities. During the event, they showcased brands from different countries around the world, as well as local brands from the Philippines.

Here are the menswear brands you should know:

Kardo, founded in 2013, thrives on the intricate details of traditional workwear and tailoring. The brand honors India’s traditional weaving, dying, and printing techniques and actively collaborates with handloom weaving communities to preserve these practices.

Portuguese Flannel

Portuguese Flannel is a family-run business with four generations of experience. Their mills are located in Guimarães, Portugal, a city famous for its textile industry. They blend traditional expertise with contemporary aesthetics to create shirts that not only look great but also feel great.

Far Afield

Far Afield is a contemporary clothing brand founded in 2016 by brothers Mark and Chris Scholes. The brand draws inspiration from global travel and is built around a desire to create distinctive and high-quality garments with utility and purpose.

Hari Mari, a Dallas-based footwear brand, creates distinctive and resilient footwear that combines color and comfort with premium materials.

Faherty is a family-owned American brand that offers laidback and sustainable clothing made from premium fabrics, including organic cotton, recycled polyester, linen, and hemp.

Satorisan footwear

Satorisan footwear encourages conscious walking and simple, slow, and harmonious living with nature. They create products that only get better with age.

In addition to the highlighted brands above, Rustan’s also put a spotlight on Filipino talents by including men’s modern Filipiniana in their roster. They presented pieces from Randolf Clothing as well as barong creations from Kelvin Morales. Another Filipino-owned brand highlighted was Anton Medalla’s A.kin, which offers classic and contemporary eyewear sure to complement your summer outfits of the day (OOTDs).

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