The Row’s Refined, Ultra-Luxurious Fall Collection Is Now Available Online

The Row is one of those fashion labels that doesn’t scream “luxury.” Instead, the collection is all about understated elegance, delivering clothing that is—make no mistake—unbelievably luxurious, but telegraphs that information through expert detailing, impeccable tailoring, and some of the most exceptional fabrics you’ll ever get your hands on. This is the stuff you wear to get noticed by people that really, truly get it, not necessarily to boost your Instagram likes.

All that heady, high-end fashion comes at a price, of course. The Row is planted firmly in the “investment” level of the clothing ecosystem. And while the intersection of streetwear and couture may have you feeling like it’s crazy to drop a large chunk of cash on something that’s not immediately recognizable as a grail, really, doesn’t it make a whole lot more sense to spend big on something that feels great and will still be in style years from now? That’s what investing is all about, after all: paying in now so you can reap the benefits in the future.

Well, making that kind of well-informed investment just got a lot easier this week: The Row launched its own online store, and the label’s low-key-luxe fall 2019 menswear collection is now available for purchase. It’s full of pieces—like a sleek topcoat and a double-breasted jacket (with optional matching pants)—that say a lot about your style by playing it cool and quiet. Here are 10 of our favorites.

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Luke T-Shirt

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$250.00

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Sal Sweater

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$390.00

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Olin Jogger Pant

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$590.00

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Irwin Jean

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$650.00

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Isaac Pant

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$1,050.00

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Martin Pant

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$1,290.00

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Leo Jacket

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$1,995.00

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Noah Jacket

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$3,050.00

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Colin Jacket

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$3,250.00

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Leonhard Coat

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$3,650.00

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Jonathan Evans is the style director of Esquire digital, focusing on fashion, grooming, accessories, and, of course, sneakers.

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Source : Esquire