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Fashion / Luxury / Recent Posts / Wealthy Men / May 21, 2014

Top 6 Luxury Brands for Wealthy Men

They say the clothes make the man, and to dress for success. Successful businessmen and wealthy individuals know this to be true, and their attire demonstrates their financial success and impeccable taste. Whether in a board meeting or at a charity event, they know how to dress the part and look terrific. These are six of the top luxury brands that wealthy men rely on to look their best.


1.  Gucci

The name Gucci is synonymous with luxury, and the company is world renowned for its top quality designer goods. This brand was founded by Guccio Gucci in Florence, Italy in 1921, and has been creating elegant designs for men and women for nearly a century. The company produces exquisitely crafted garments and leather goods, and prides itself on delivering high fashion, traditional craftsmanship, and Italian style. The brand conveys opulence and contemporary glamour. They offer men’s clothing from traditional to avant garde, both formal and casual. In addition, you will find a broad line of shoes, ties, wallets, watches, fragrances and other accessories.


2.  Ralph Lauren

This fashion designer is best known for his Polo shirts, designed to provide stylish comfort for everyday men’s wear. Founded by Ralph Ruben Lifshitz (Ralph Lauren) in 1967, this brand started out with a line of men’s ties, and expanded from there. Today, the company is known for offering luxury designer wear at fair prices, and the founder is a billionaire, rated one of the world’s richest men. The company offers multiple lines. Ralph Lauren Polo is the best known, but there are also Black Label (elegant modern style essentials), and Purple Label (the ultimate expression of men’s luxury).


3.  Armani

Another brand specializing in high fashion Italian design is Armani. This company was founded by Giorgio Armani in 1975, and has been manufacturing elegant men’s clothing for decades. Armani was recently reported to be the most successful designer from Italy, in a field with many famous names. The fashions especially appeal to men who look for clean, uncluttered lines and classic style. Armani designed the costumes for the movie American Gigolo with Richard Gere, which helped expand his business in the US. Designs range from tuxedos to beachwear, and they also offer shoes, belts, ties and watches.


4.  Burberry

This British company has an illustrious history, being founded by Thomas Burberry in 1856.  Since then, numerous famous people chose to wear Burberry for their grand adventures, including the first men to reach the South Pole (Amundson), climb Mount Everest (Mallory), and cross Antarctica (Shackleton). With a pedigree like that, it’s clear that the company provides top quality wear. Today, they are best known for their distinctive plaid design that appears on most of their garments. The Burberry overcoat is a true classic, and they also provide a wide range of clothing, footwear, and accessories.


5.  Calvin Klein

This company is one of the leading designers in the world, and you can find almost anything you need from one of their brands: Calvin Klein Collection, ck Calvin Klein, Calvin Klein Jeans, or Calvin Klein Underwear. They produce quality men’s and women’s clothing, and it’s a very popular brand. You can find men’s suits, sportswear, golf attire, jeans, shoes, wallets, sunglasses, and even fragrances.


5.  Tom Ford

Tom Ford is taking over men’s fashion and becoming the lead designer for some of the entertainment world’s best dressed men.   Basically, he’s head to head with Armani and swiftly taking over.

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