Now you could say I’m a little biased to be blogging about Reiss, as I currently work for the company, but I love Reiss, and I believe that other ‘The Bespoke Gentleman’ readers do too. So I have decided to post about the Reiss store in Manchester which has had a mini makeover in time for the start of the new AW11 season.
The store has seen a new carpeted area at the back of the menswear floor which is home to the tailoring section, light boxes have been fitted to showcase the visual marketing campaign and a new wall section has been fitted at the front of the store which is a really cool centre piece for customers to take visual inspiration from.
The pictures below illustrate how the store now looks…
The above photo show's the impressive new wall section.
A sartorial visual delight - You can take so much inspiration from the new wall section.
The Tailoring section, showing a visual black/white theme with light box.
Now I couldn't finish this post without showcasing my top Reiss recommendations for the new season. So the below photo's are products that I love and believe will be key pieces for the AW11 season. My first photo show's this beautiful mustard jumper with button detail on the shoulder. Now I don't know about you but since looking at the photo's from the Jill Sander AW11 show, I was seeing a lot of mustard knitwear and I knew it was item of clothing I would be looking out for this season...and you can't get much better than this Reiss knitwear below, it's a true hero piece in my eyes. I have put this piece of knitwear with a pair of brown brogue boot's as I believe these boot's are a classic staple item within any gentleman's wardrobe. The second photo is a of herringbone blazer that for me is a true staple winter piece that will look great over a roll neck jumper and finally the final photo is of a selection of shirts but my favourite one being the chambray button down collar shirt, a piece that has been key for the last couple of season's but this one is great, reminds me of the type of shirt's A.P.C and YMC make.
Now for the readers of this blog I expect you to already know lot's about Reiss but if you want to find out more about the brand then visit www.reissonline.com.