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For the Gentleman: Sartorial Pleasures in Bali

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Who said shopping in Bali was just for the ladies? Gentlemen, drop everything and discover sartorial pleasures on the island. It may not be Milan, but trust us—there’s a lot of style on the island.

Here’s our concierge-curated list featuring the best of the best when it comes to shopping for men.

Men’s

Mr. Ripley

Influenced by the Italian Riviera where its namesake film was set, Mr. Ripley launched this year with a 30-piece collection and a wide colour palette including white, navy, bottle green, melon, jade green and denim. The cut aims to transition from Bali to Rome via NYC, without missing a beat.

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Find a neat collection of quality cotton T-shirts by the label Atlas. The limited colour range works with everything from shorts or jeans, and even chinos. Think black and white, stone grey, steel blue and a few different types of stripes.

By The Sea 

The famed Balinese fashion house By the Sea has a strong nautical theme for its resort-wear range created by owner/designer Renato Vianna. These are timeless classics that include loose white linen shirts, sublime with navy shorts. They also have a women’s and kids’ collection.

Bali Boat Shed 

Located in the heart of Seminyak’s main street, Bali Boat Shed is an iconic shopping destination for locals and tourists in the know. Its men’s section features easy resort wear, bold and colourful prints and flattering shapes. Super Normal Collective, their our unisex label, provides a wardrobe of smart casual dressing.


BIASA

BIASA was founded by Italian-born designer and art enthusiast Susanna Perini in 1994 as a boutique and label inspired by the Indonesian lifestyle and the Italian design ethos. More than twenty years on, BIASA has grown to become an award-winning and internationally recognized label, art space and lifestyle brand. The clothing line for men is particularly called ‘fab’ by those in the know.

Gingersnap 

Gingersnap was born twelve years ago from the fortuitous encounter of Jam and Jay, whose inspirations come from the street. Both are avid travellers and return from journeys with indigenous accessories and clothing. The Gingersnap man is a dandy adventurer, a laid-back traveller and a charmer.        

Momo Batik 

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Where to Shop in Bali, Fabulous Fashion Hub

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Whether you dress bohemian or prefer the ultra-tailored look, Bali is a shoppers’ paradise. Fret not if you’re short on time, we’ve done the legwork for you. Here’s the very best of Bali – keep this curated list handy for when you crave some retail therapy, though you may find it challenging to leave the relaxing environs of your luxury elite haven, even for a shopping spree. If you do manage to tear yourself away, we’ve got you covered. Go ahead, shop ‘til you drop!

The Tailor & His Lover

If you adore the simplicity of a stylish white shirt, then this shop is a must-stop. Born out of one woman’s obsession with the wardrobe staple, The Tailor & His Lover produces atelier quality shirts with divine fabrics, French seams and double French cuffs. A few ‘guest’ garments like skirts and trousers support the star of this show.

Magali Pascal

Chic and easy clothing inspired by Parisian bourgeois boheme and bolstered by French craftsmanship is Magali Pascal’s trademark. Antique references appear on soft silks finished with delicate lace in earthy hues. Such Art Deco hints and urban flair has inspired a cult-like following, with regulars making it a first call to secure a piece or two for a wedding or wanderlust.

Frockk

Frockk is light and stylish fashion line that is island-perfect and is wearable in the summer and spring. Find raw linens, cottons and fine silk in earthy colours on the rack. Hand-dyed tops, shorts, trousers, skirts and dresses are cleverly cut for comfort and flattery. 

Dare2Wear

Premier athleisure gear made with high performance fabric recycled from plastic defines Dare2Wear. The white hoodies, t-shirts and tops are all made of organic cotton. Each piece in the collection has been tried and tested by the owner/designer Trudi Christensen. The garments are fit for purpose, with hip prints and cool motifs.

Biasa

Biasa is a world-acclaimed island label that offers graceful clothing for men and women. Natural fabrics and quirky lines fall with super fluidity, in trousers as well as skirts. Big bracelets, slim shoes or raffia accents lift these simple outfits to a space of enduring elegance. 

Miss Milne

Launched by its founder,

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