Chicago-based denim brand Mugsy Jeans is building a wardrobe of men’s basics this fall rooted in comfort and performance fabrics. Known for denim with flexible fits and stretch fabrications that mimic the comfort of sweatpants, Mugsy is taking a similar approach to the new ready-to-wear pieces.
The EveryBlazer, a soft, wrinkle-free stretch blazer, offers all-day comfort and is machine washable. Meanwhile, the Mugsy Tee is made with a soft cashmere and modal blend.
Additionally, the brand is introducing an upgraded chino fabric with enhanced softness in three new colorways: maroon, gray and a holiday print.
Mugsy was founded in 2016 by Leo Tropeano in response to his own tribulations with finding comfortable denim designed for athletic bodies. Since then, the brand has been dedicated to using just the right blend of fabrics that never sacrifice comfort for fashion.
Denim remains a core part of the collection. Mugsy is meeting customer demand for a darker blue jean with a new almost-black blue jean called the Darkest Blues. The brand also touts a new distressed charcoal gray denim for fall.
And true to its Chicagoan roots, the company is introducing “winter-specific denim thermo-technology.” The ThermoStretch denim is available in slim fit jeans and two washes—medium and dark—and retails for $118. in two washes and retail for $118. in two wash options, retailing at $118.
The Fall ’19 collection will be available online and in-store starting in September, with ThermoStretch options debuting in October.