The brand has taken inspiration from two distinct resort destinations: the laid-back New England style of Nantucket, and the vibrant sophistication of Palm Beach
Creative Director Michael Bastian took inspiration from two distinct resort destinations: the laid-back New England style of Nantucket and the vibrant sophistication of Palm Beach. Nautical stripes and sailboat prints are found throughout the collection with an embroidered lobster sweater, a seersucker tour jacket and shorts with sailing motifs among the standout pieces.
Spring started with versatile sporty styles featuring nautical stripes and sailboat prints in a relaxed direction. Harnessing the vast Brooks Brothers archives, we’ve explored modern updates on familiar brand codes such as our original 1930s madras and our iconic button-down shirt (introduced in 1900) that features a fuller cut in oxford fabric or bold Bengal stripes. Our “Fun” shirt, yet another Brooks Brothers icon, is shown in a multitude of new patterns.
Our summer collection takes on vibrant citrus hues and fresh patterns with polished combinations that evoke days spent poolside with late-afternoon card games in the cabana. Formalwear includes elevated madras, seersucker, and linen styles with unique, unexpected details rendered in refined tailoring. Graphic prints and white sequins feature on beautiful dresses that transition between day and night.
Established in 1818, Brooks Brothers was the first American brand to offer ready-to-wear clothing. And we’re proud to be the classic-style destination for ladies and gentlemen of every generation nearly two centuries later.
Since our founding, we’ve upheld the same values that produced our iconic styles, including seersucker, madras, argyle, the non-iron shirt, and the original button-down collar. Today, as a legendary international retailer, we maintain our steadfast commitment to exceptional service, quality, style, and value.