Fashion & Style: Duncan Quinn, the New York-based, London-born lawyer-turned-designer known for his rakish take on Savile Row-style tailoring, has just launched a new line of croquet shirts in homage to the most gentlemanly of sports. Made of beautiful 100% piqué cotton, the short-sleeved piece dyed knits come in a variety of arresting colors with contrasting details and Quinn's signature fleur-de-lys emblem embroidered on the chest, priced at $105. The shirts are available at Quinn's stores in New York, Dallas and Los Angeles, as well as online; special versions will also be on offer at his forthcoming Limited Editions pop-up shop in Miami's design district, featuring its own indoor croquet pitch.
Quinn's collections are made to the highest standards possible with the finest materials known to man, and he has garnered a devoted following of well-dressed fellows including Sean "Diddy" Combs, Entourage star Adrien Grenier, and LeBron James. The designer, who was honored with the Fashion Group International Rising Star Award for Menswear in 2007, espouses an aesthetic goes beyond clothes to encompass cars, wine, sailboats, cocktails and of course croquet -- all the essential elements of a life of style.