Featuring countless retail stores exclusively for men, you can choose from affordable everyday wear to business suits, sportswear and eveningwear at Bahrain City Centre.
The Parisian fashion powerhouse Balmain was founded by Pierre Balmain in 1945, where he dressed such style icons as Ava Gardner and Brigitte Bardot. After his death in 1982, a slew of designers including Oscar de la Renta took the helm. The current head of the studio in the house for Ready-to-wear is Olivier Rousteing, a position he has held since 2009.
Boggi was established in 1939 and has been ever since, associated with the well-dressed man. From the executive suit to casual wear, Boggi continuously offers a range of essential classics such as a well cut suit, a blue blazer, grey trousers, an oxford shirt, striped sweaters, ties and much more. The real secret of Boggi is the ability to freshen the product offer while always remaining true to tradition.
For Celio, men's fashion is first and foremost about looking good. The Celio collections combine both traditional and cutting edge materials: classic and informal tailoring, quality fabrics in single colours or in funkier patterns.
Originating in France, Jules is a fashion concept that targets young male professionals and students who just want to feel comfortable in everyday clothes. Jules offers today's man a wide selection of casual apparel and is well-known for continuously offering its customers the latest fashion trends in the greatest quality and style.
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Within 20 years of his introduction to fashion Paul Smith had established himself as the pre-eminent British designer. Paul Smith has the ability to anticipate, and even spark off trends not only fashion but in the wider context of popular culture. He manages to transmit a genuine sense of humour and mischief mixed with his love of tradition and the classics.Today there are 12 different collections; Paul Smith, Paul Smith Women, PS by Paul Smith, Paul Smith Jeans, Paul Smith London, R.Newbold (Japan only), Paul Smith Accessories, Paul Smith Shoes, Paul Smith Fragrance, Paul Smith Watches, Paul Smith Pens and Paul Smith furniture and ‘things’. Paul Smith rugs, china, spectacles and fragrance are made under license. Designed in Nottingham and London, the Paul Smith collections are primarily produced in England and Italy while the fabrics used are mainly of Italian, French and British origin.