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Stuart Weitzman Men’s Line Makes its Retail Debut

Three lines are meant to provide luxury footwear for every occasion.

Stuart Weitzman Men’s

After making its debut at Milan Fashion Week last September, Stuart Weitzman’s new men’s collection has finally landed in stores. Available at such luxury retailers as Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Saks, the selection of moccasins, loafers, derbies, and oxfords retails for $457 to $875.

“After perfecting the art of shoemaking for over 35 years, we’re inviting men to step into our world of stylish, comfortable and quality footwear,” the brand said in an Instagram announcement. Three lines are designed to cover every essential occasion: Club for day-to-day, Premiere for special events, and Resort for getaways. Standout styles include the Simon Twistbit Loafer (above) and Classic Club Moc. Crafted in Italy with a modern tapered silhouette, the brand says the shoe “stays true to our brand ethos of combining style, comfort, and quality.”

@stuartweitzman Take a look inside our Men’s Fashion Week presentation in Milan featuring the inaugural Stuart Weitzman Men’s Collection. Brooklyn Beckham, model Corentin Huard, fashion influencer Gianmarco Rottaro and more attended the event. Featuring three main lines — CLUB for day-to-day, PREMIERE for special occasions and RESORT for getaways — the collection will be available in March in select retailers and @stuartweitzman @brooklynpeltzbeckham @corentinhuard @gianmarco_rottaro #StuartWeitzman  #SWMens ♬ original sound – Stuart Weitzman

Time will tell if the men’s line develops a high-profile following akin to its women’s collection. Brooklyn Beckham, model Corentin Huard, and fashion influencer Gianmarco Rottaro were among the names who attended Weitzman’s launch in Milan.

Stuart Weitzman made up 4.2% of net sales for its parent company, Tapestry, which has owned the brand since 2015. Under the umbrella with Kate Space and Coach, the new men’s line hopes to be a boon for the bottom line.

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