Settling it like men: Rich gets in the ring for spring

Rich is a Brazilian menswear brand whose philosophy gets to the heart of men’s style: a successful man, says the brand, is one who makes good choices, likes to be remembered for his good taste, has decision-making power and dresses with conviction.

There’s an inherent contrast in the brand’s latest campaign: impeccable clothing and handsome faces in a ring with the gritty sport of boxing. But it does’t feel out of place. It’s like a nod to an era when brutish masculinity and the notion of the gentleman were, in some ways, one and the same.

Rich menswear boxing campaign

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Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign
Rich S/S '13 ad campaign

Besides, something a bit sweaty and gritty is always a nice change from the usual sharp menswear campaigns.

View the full Rich spring 2013 campaign by clicking on the gallery.

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