Born During Lockdown, This British Menswear Brand Deftly Blends Streetwear And Tailoring

New menswear brand Acre & Row draws on deep familiarity with classics of the male wardrobe: the hardy work jacket, the over-shirt, the elegantly draped English tailored trouser. It has all the hallmarks of classic menswear but, unlike the traditional stuff, is rendered with a light touch. The shapes are softer, the colors warmer. Rather than the sharp contrast of navy and white, there are browns and beiges—tones closer to the natural colors of cloth. Instead of the wispy fabrics and tighter fits of Italian casual tailoring, the materials and cuts are resolutely English: generous proportions and hardier fabrics give a real sense of gravity. It’s casual without going continental. Read more at Robb Report.