New York, NY (August 28, 2014) — Men’s fashion has been a highly debated topic for many centuries now. Like women’s fashion, this too is a constantly changing and evolving field. Not many fashion designers focus on men’s fashion as much as they do on women’s fashion range and accessories.
Jessica Lobo, the founder of mens dress clothing, which is also known as Max Aron Gregory is a keen observer of these changes in the society. Many years back, oversized to fitted cuts were the in-thing in men’s clothing. In the 1930’s, double-breasted suits and tuxedos with tails stole the limelight. This was also the time when going shirtless was emerging as a common trend among men, especially for sunbathing purposes. From roomy suits in the 50’s to the loose-collared culture of the 1970’s, men’s fashion sensibilities have come a long way. The rise of capitalistic societies and men who had white collar jobs took a rise in the 80’s and the 90’s and this led to an increase in formal clothing. However, with the ‘idea of informality seeping in today’s globalized work places, the idea of formal dressing has taken a backseat. With her venture, Lobo aspires to bring back the losing culture of men dressing formally.
Lobo constantly believes in the recurrence of these changing trends. While designing clothes, Lobo uses ‘History repeats itself’ as her motto. The society might have now moved to accepting men even in flowered and colorful shirts, but things will definitely undergo a great change soon.
With these ideas in mind, Lobo takes utmost care in designing her products so that customers around the world can actively engage in the buying process at the comfort of their homes. Her website is an opportunity for potential customers to witness the range of products that Lobo comes up with, combining the values of tradition and modernity.