After working as head menswear designer for Daryl K, Buckler worked on developing slim low-rise jeans for guys. "At that time," according to Buckler, "there weren’t any around. I think it’s interesting how in the past jeans came as a second thought to a designer’s collections, they were and still are in some cases [just] a commodity. You can’t just take a generic jean and slap your name on it anymore, it’s become a science, the yarn, how it’s spun, where’s it from, the chemicals in the washes, it’s an incredible process. In twenty-first century designer collections your denim has to be exactly right and a focus of the collection, in the same way they spent hours stitching tailoring you need to spend hours on your jeans."
Unabashed and unique, banish boredom with Buckler clothing. Buckler is a cult menswear line. Roguish American icons melded with Brit edge are the look and style that epitomizes the label. Andrew Buckler leads through his unique design and looks to break traditional menswear barriers. Buckler delights the senses with his sharply tailored men's clothing line and edgy details. Whether it is an insect inspired accent or an unusual cut, Buckler clothes continue to fascinate. Shirts, jackets, trousers, denim and t-shirts feature prominently in the Buckler collection.
In 2001, Andrew launched his own menswear line, Buckler clothing. The aesthetic was his own: Englishman in New York, a fusion of men's designer clothing and denim. A rugged, masculine and sexy look, highlighted by unique tailored fits using quality textiles from the U.S. and Italy. Buckler's launch in the U.K. proved extremely popular and sells in many countries including London, Paris, Japan and Canada.
The season's inspiration is drawn from a popular 1960's stylish spy meets English television comedy, a Brit Loyalist edge; an obscure mix of an international spy character eying a foreign secret agent emerging from the sea, with a harpoon and dagger in hand. Tongue in cheek humor; rule Britannia with comedic abstract sometimes surreal mix of culture, mixing up different eras. You’ll see 60's sharpness blended with the 80's acid colors. Stylishly slim evening suits, detective raincoats and blokes at the beach swim trunks. All over prints: Buckler Toile and Buckler Fence print, floral influence with a carnivorous edge, Venus flytraps give the Buckler fly a run for its money. Colors: strong black and grays highlighted with ocean blue, acid limes, subdued yellows and bits of hot pink and tomato. Organic selvage denim accented by mercerized yarn dyed striped t-shirts and shirts.
Bringing brazen designs to blokes, Buckler clothing dares to delve into dark dreams and mixes rock and roll inspiration to dramatically bring delight to his designs. Appease your appetite for the daring style of Buckler clothing. Embody extreme style and fall into the cult of Buckler.