5 Young Menswear Labels That Are Redefining Basics
ByLauren Joseph on March 30, 2016
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New York–based Daniel DuGoff originally worked as an architect before moving over to menswear. His background comes through in the clean lines and graphic prints used throughout the collection, which range from crisp button-down shirts ($304) to well-cut casual trousers ($334), all made from high-quality textiles from Italy and Japan. DuGoff avoids the word basic and instead calls these “all-occasion” clothes, made for “the type of guy who cares about dressing but doesn’t want to think about it all day," he says. That mentality and his chic-utilitarian designs have won DuGoff a place on the coveted Forbes 30 Under 30 list. The pieces are available on the brands own e-commerce site, as well as stores such as Steven Alan and Opening Ceremony. ddugoff.com.