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They say clothes make the man, which is why at, we take great pride in curating menswear brands that are hard to find anywhere else. Redefining the modern man’s sense of style and approach to dressing, discover the designer men’s clothing brands Fenwick has found- and why we love them.
At Fenwick, we take great pride in bringing you the finest selection of clothing from designer brands across the globe. From household names to niche and up-and-coming labels; we source fashion that is hard to come by anywhere else. In celebration of this, we’re shining a light on some of our top 4 favourite modern and contemporary men’s designer clothing brands. Redefining the modern man’s sense of style and approach to dressing, this month we take a deeper delve into Serge DeNimes, Nicce, Farah and Scotch & Soda.

Serge DeNimes

Launching in 2011, Serge DeNimes creates men's jewellery rooted in an urban aesthetic and artistic influence. An expression of cosmopolitan creativity with edgy designs, multi-chain necklaces, earrings and signet rings, the brand appeals to the young creatives, the streetwise and the fashion conscious.

Why is it considered a Fenwick Find?

Based in London, we love the how these original designs are available in a mix of 925 sterling silver- and gold-plated silver. Founder and Made in Chelsea regular Oliver Proudlock fuses together his passion for both art and fashion when designing each collection, resulting in contemporary designs with a high-quality finish.


Rejecting seasonality and trends, Nicce has strived to create timeless men’s clothing since its launch in 2013. Mixing staples and statement pieces, the East London brand has become synonymous with easy-to-wear loungewear, sweatshirts and everyday T-shirts.

Why we consider it a Fenwick Find?

More than just clothes, Nicce considers itself a lifestyle movement inspired by London’s culture and emerging music scenes. Seeking to challenge the exclusivity of street-style, it aims to bring modern, sleek and minimal designs to a worldwide audience.


Established in 1920s Texas, Farah saw a rebirth in the United Kingdom in the 1970s- so much so that it is now considered by many to be a quintessentially British brand. Famed for its slim, sharp shirts and trousers, it is this aesthetic that played a key part in the style of Mods, Rude Boys, Casuals and the 90s indie music scene.

Why is it considered a Fenwick Find?

A heritage brand set on not losing itself to the past, each season Farah sets out to create clothing that give each man the confidence to create their own style. Mixing both trend-led and classic clothing, their refined and relaxed daywear has become a favourite amongst those seeking to nail the ever perplexing ‘smart-casual’ dress code.

Scotch & Soda

With an appreciation of the classics, Amsterdam based label Scotch & Soda have been shaking up the style status quo since 1985. With inspiration that takes them across the globe and beyond, they’ve become known for their iconic shirts, casual T-shirts, rugged trucker jackets and chinos perfect for work.

Why is it considered a Fenwick Find?

Designed with an authentically Amsterdam aesthetic, Scotch & Soda look to switch up everyday clothing and shake up the status quo. Updating wardrobe classics with their own signature style, their unravelled research and imagination leaves us wanting to discover their new collection.