Are sweatpants the new dress pants?
It launches on Monday in Milan.
The collection hits stores on January 15.
Skinny and nubby woolen ties replace the everyday silk tie this winter.
The line is a mix of day and night with a range of colors, from creamy whites to Day-Glo yellows and reds.
Though he won't rule out designing any of these items himself.
Straights, this one's for you.
As in, a fashionable one. Not sweatshirts with logos on it.
The line launched just this summer and is already selling out online.
We got a preview of the new goods — a jacket, polo, button-down shirt, tie, sweater, and a pair of pants.
"Perhaps it was budget (or maybe just plain old perversity) that this time around dictated a denim bustier on a male model."
The critics react to Milan: "The message seemed so eighties that it hurt."
The actor unveils a men's casual line and hints at more.
We were pleasantly surprised by the in-house line's fall menswear.
So he might lower prices by 30 percent. MIGHT.
We took a tour of the new space and picked out some standout pieces.
Matter of fact, the label shows no sign of scaling back anywhere.
Last Saturday, Jeremy Argyle flung open its doors on Spring Street, offering men a paradise of preppy shirts.