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15 Of The Most Iconic Pieces Of Menswear Ever Created

We all have them. Those elusive menswear must-haves that are either near impossible to find, eye-wateringly expensive, absolutely iconic, or some combination of the three. These are what we refer to as ‘grails’, and everyone has their own – a dream piece that you aspire to own at some point in your life.

A grail can be something obscure. Maybe it’s a particular pair of collab sneakers from two decades ago, or a specific piece from one of your favourite designers’ archives. But there’s a small selection of pieces we’d all love to get our hands on – luxury garments and accessories that are the best of their kind, or have helped to shape modern menswear in some way.

These are the ultimate men’s fashion grails as selected by the Ape team, including everything from influential outerwear and luxury luggage to iconic timepieces and rare collabs.

Burberry Trench Coat

Burberry

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A look at Queen Elizabeth’s unique fashion style

STORY: Queen Elizabeth is known for her unique fashion style

Brightly colored outfits with matching hats

paired with black pumps and an omnipresent handbag

have become staples for the British monarch

JOURNALIST, WRITER AND AUTHOR OF “HRH SO MANY THOUGHTS ON ROYAL STYLE”, ELIZABETH HOLMES, SAYING:

“The queen’s style is so unique because she has developed her own consistent signature style. A lot of people, myself included, think of it as a uniform because there are several pieces that she wears consistently. She has the same shape hat, the same silhouette of coat, those fantastic block black heels, her three strands of pearls. But then also within those guardrails, she has a lot of fun with fashion, right?”

At the start of the Queen’s reign 70 years ago

her outfits were made by royal designers Hardy Amies and Norman Hartnell

who created her wedding and coronation gowns

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Minnesota Indigenous fashion designer hits Duluth, NYC runways with collective – InForum

MCGREGOR, Minn. — Amber Buckanaga adjusts square cuts of fabric on her sewing table. Some are plaid green, black on white, or red resting on a cream backdrop. But, what Buckanaga sees is much more.

A thigh-length jacket with wide sleeves that bloom at the wrists, she says, holding one swath. “This one’s going to be a half-zip hoodie with applique and ribbon work,” she adds, thumbing another.

The Ojibwe fashion designer is behind

Buckanaga Social Club

, a collective of four Indigenous artists whose traditional creations with a modern twist have been featured from the Duluth Art Institute to a New York City runway.

Each member’s talents span multiple mediums: Buckanaga (fashion, beadwork, leather work); Chelsy Wilkie (blankets, bags, jewelry); Sophie Glass (multimedia painting, jewelry); and Buckanaga’s sister, Alyssa (beadwork, leatherwork).

Along with offering classes, the collective hosts events that showcase Indigenous-made work.

Amber Buckanaga works on her clothing designs.
Amber Buckanaga sows ribbon onto a
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