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FIRST – CLASS FALL

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Classic style for men has never looked as good as it does this fall. Menswear this season is well-bred and timeless: get-it-together clothes that come across as easy, uncontrived, and comfortable, because the man inside is. It’s a look that’s uniquely American, even when the designer label is not, with many designers from abroad paying homage to this side of the Atlantic. The results? A classy wardrobe that’s an international blend of rich, investnient-level fabrics and exquisite tailoring, with the relaxed silhouette and spirited style of stand-out American sportswear.

(Above) The comfortable side of playing dress-up in the city involves a dashing topcoat cut long and loose, the tailoring borrowed from last night’s late show. A touch-me textured cardigan goes on over a cotton sweatshirt and gently pleated plaid trousers. All by Giorgio Armani from the stellar menswear collection at Stanley Korshak. Madison Club chair from the Donghia collection, to the trade at the David Sutherland showroom.

This season’s fashionable Tailback is the wear-with-it-all turtleneck and cardigan (above). Alexander Julian’s are quiet and elegant with a subtle plaid gentleman’s jacket and gray trousers. From the menswear shop at Stanley Korshak. and at Alexander Julian. Twenty-two-carat gold leaf mirror from J. Robert Scott collection at David Sutherland showroom.

(Left) The easy good looks of white cotton shirting, corduroys, and tweed make for timeless weekend wear for autumn days that end in casual evenings. Special pieces by Ronaldus Shamask available at Stanley Korehak and Neiman Marcus. Stone console by Gutierrez; studio steel pyramid and carved stone mask by Glenn Phipps of Dallas, David Sutherland showroom.

Ralph Lauren’s this-means-business suit (above)- clashing and double-breasted in houndstooth-has luxuriously wide, cut-away, standout lapels. The shoulders are gentle but still broad: the pleated trousers cut a bit fuller. From The Polo Shop in Highland Park Village APF frames to the trade at David Sutherland showroom.

Quiet glamour from Ronaldus Shamask fright): an easy, elegant, shawl-collared, one-button evening jacket is in melt-in-your-mouth aubergine velvet, with a white cotton wing-collared lux shirt and charcoal wool-flannel pants. From the Shamask collection available at Stanley Korshak and Neiman Marcus. Mantel by Brustlin Workshops. David Sutherland showroom.