A few thoughts (and mostly appreciation) on what Drake's means to menswear
Great piece, Clayton. I'd LOVE to get a profile on the team behind Drake's that's responsible for this evolution!
So good. The point on their styling is spot on. Was just talking the other day about how a brand like SSENSE does such an awful job of presenting the clothes on their site. The models look bored and awkward and that makes the clothes look worse.
I am always here for Drake’s content. Another advantage of the silhouette, which I didn’t see highlighted in the text but seemed to be indicated in the touched-up photo, is that those soft shoulders are slightly extended, giving them a feel that’s even a little Ivy and not so capital-N Neapolitan.