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Men'sWeek issue 11/10/2011

An array of rich and saturated dark tones is the trend dominating the dress shirt market for spring. Slim-fitting silhouettes, narrower collars and solid ties (silk and knit) inject a youthful touch INto the traditional classification.

This story first appeared in the November 10, 2011 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

Pictured above, from left: Van Heusen’s polyester and cotton shirt and Paul Smith’s wool pants. Boss Selection tie; Thompson tie bar; Canali belt; Ciré gloves.

Perry Ellis’ cotton shirt and Gant Rugger’s wool pants. Thomas Pink tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Burberry London belt; Dunhill gloves.

Kenneth Cole’s cotton shirt and Ermenegildo Zegna’s wool pants. Brioni tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Dunhill gloves.

DKNY’s cotton shirt and Plectrum by Ben Sherman’s cotton pants. Eton tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Thomas Pink belt; Dunhill gloves.

Nautica’s cotton shirt and Burberry London’s wool pants. Polo Ralph Lauren tie; TheTieBar.com tie bar; Gucci belt; Ciré gloves.

Thomas Pink’s cotton shirt and Canali’s wool pants. Eton tie; Tateossian tie bar; Thomas Pink belt; Dunhill gloves.

MODELS: BART G., JAKE M. AND KACEY @ FORD, HAMPUS, DAVID H. AND LUCAS G. @ WILHELMINA; GROOMING BY MARTIN-CHRISTOPHER HARPER AT KATE RYAN INC FOR REDKEN; FASHION ASSISTANT: MERCEDES PSL BASS; FASHION INTERN: BRITTANY SEGINA

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