We hope you’ve got that Friday feeling. Since we’re starting to venture outside again, it’s time to invest in some quality accessories that draw an outfit together. The sun is shining, the pubs are open and the weekend is upon us. Here at Brother2Brother, we know that a white T-shirt and gold chain is a match made in Heaven, but it’s not the only way to add style. To help you out, we’ve compiled our top 3 bold designer accessories to hit the 2020 summer trends. PALM ANGELS: Baseball Caps... Read More
Every man’s go-to footwear choice, all year round and for most occasions, is, of course, the trainer. However, it can be quite perplexing to figure out what designer sneakers to wear during the warmer weather. Some will say trade out your trainers for flip flops or sliders but we know that on the most part we all prefer a classic sock and trainer combo unless a sandy beach is involved. As it is officially the start of the Summer season, we thought we’d sort out your footwear dilemmas when it... Read More
June is on the horizon which means Summer is almost here in the UK. With our wide range of fresh designer fits already shoppable, it’s time to sort out what your Summer wardrobe is going to look like. From nineties style cargo pants to tie-dye, punk vibe pieces, we’re here to narrow down the biggest trends for this Summer 2020. We’re dodging trends that we know you lads won’t be wearing and assuring this edit serves you the slickest clothes for this SS20. So get your B2B wishlist at the... Read More
Pastels are making a big comeback this year. To help you stay on-trend, here are ten must-have designer lights, whites, and pastels for the upcoming spring and summer seasons of 2020, all in-stock at Brother2Brother now.
The skate-inspired brand Palm Angels is a new kid on the block. In the early 2010s, Moncler’s art director, Francesco Ragazzi, began a momentous project. Touring the LA skating scene, Ragazzi shot a series of black-and-white photographs, which he subsequently compiled into a coffee table book. Through the book, Ragazzi claimed, he wanted to “reinterpret the world of skaters”, transforming it from “a bit grunge, a bit cheap”, into “a form of art.” The buzz that his book, and its foreword penned by Pharrell Williams, generated on its publishing in... Read More