What makes a good men’s clothing store is, for me, a combination of reassuring classics and surprising modern takes. The same goes for websites – and one of the best is No Man Walks Alone. Founded by former investment banker Greg Lellouche and based in New York, this site mixes smart clothes for work with relaxed weekend wear.
The selection of Italian tailoring is particularly strong, with soft-shouldered Neapolitan jackets from Sartoria Formosa (navy wool covert suit, $2,295) and expressive shirts from Pugliese maker G Inglese (hand-sewn green-stripe cotton-twill shirt with a spread collar, $395), who created the shirt for Prince William’s wedding. But this isn’t merely an homage to sprezzatura. There are forward-thinking overcoats (charcoal cotton Coverall coat, $695) from Japanese workwear-inspired label TS(S); indigo-dyed jackets ($555) and raw denim jeans ($185) from Tokyo label Blue Blue Japan; and relaxed shirts ($125) in bold florals or classic checks from Portuguese Flannel.
Accessories, meanwhile, range from hand-rolled block-stripe silk ties ($175) and wool-silk pocket squares ($75) printed with astronauts or tigers by Drake’s to cashmere-lined lambskin gloves ($145) by Neapolitan brand Merola and vintage-inspired horn sunglasses ($595) by third-generation French eyewear maker Lesca.
This isn’t a slick, corporate site. You won’t see videos of models wearing the clothes, but there are meticulous measurements. No Man Walks Alone also communicates a love of clothing and design, enabling its customers to stride easily among other well-dressed men of today.