Designer clothes are the next trend
Designer clothing has never been so trendy, and it looks like it could be here to stay.
According to a new survey, the trend is now attracting more men than women.
The survey by British clothing retailer J Crew was carried out by the London Fashion Institute (LFI) and surveyed more than 1,500 men and women in the UK and found that men are increasingly interested in fashion and designers.
More than half of the men surveyed (52 per cent) said they were now more likely to wear designer clothes than women, with the majority of men preferring the style over that of their peers.
However, the survey also found that women were also becoming more into designer clothes.
Men were more likely than women to own designer shoes, while the proportion of women who said they wore designer clothes was the same at 50 per cent.
This trend is especially apparent among men, with men in their 40s and 50s more likely now than ever before to own and wear designer clothing.
The fashion industry is also booming with new brands emerging, and the trend of designer clothing has grown as well.
J Crew’s latest range, “The Complete Collection”, is a collection of top-selling items for men, women and children.
The new collection features a range of designer shoes and men’s accessories, including a range featuring men’s jackets, suits and trousers.
“Our collections and collections of accessories are designed with a timeless aesthetic, with a range that’s both affordable and modern,” a spokesperson for J Crew told The Independent.
“We also offer our customers the opportunity to purchase designer clothing, shoes and accessories online.”
The UK has seen a resurgence in the popularity of designer clothes over the past few years, and according to J Crew, this is likely due to the increased availability of designer goods in the market.
“The UK is the number one market for fashion in the world, and we’ve seen a lot of new brands emerge in recent years, particularly in the fashion industry,” the spokesperson said.
“While the vast majority of our clients are women, there is a growing interest in designer clothing for men.”
The LFI says this trend is just the latest example of a rising trend of men seeking to be more comfortable and more creative with their wardrobe.
“It’s a trend that’s certainly becoming more visible, but also one that we’ve never seen before, with more men buying designer clothes and accessories than women,” LFI’s Chief Executive Paul Goggins told The Sun.
“So we’re seeing a rise in men buying more designer clothes in general, and that’s also really pleasing for our clients, and also for the fashion community as a whole.”