Black Brown 1826, the Joseph Abboud-designed men’s wear label, is introducing a premium capsule collection for fall.
Abboud this week showed off the entire collection and provided a preview of the Lux group, which will retail for around 40 percent more than the core line. Offerings will include a double-face blazer for $695, woven sport shirts in assorted patterns for $175, cashmere V-neck sweaters in 24 colors for $225, a plaid wool pant for $145, a quilted leather blazer for $995 and a two-tone twill blazer for $795. “It’s got more of a Milanese feel,” Abboud said. “It’s more classic and has more sophisticated colors and fabrics.”
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