Ryan Seacrest Expands His Men’s Clothing Line

Ryan Seacrest, the broadcast and television mogul who was instrumental in making the Kardashians a household name — not to mention “American Idol”  — is expanding his recently launched menswear line called Ryan Seacrest Distinction which has doubled in sales since last year.

He stared selling his eponymous collection in 2014 and is currently adding to the line-up with a fuller range of items that round out a men’s wardrobe. The new inclusions are classically chic — and include velvet smoking jackets, chunky knitted scarves hats and leather gloves — great for holiday gifting. Contemporary button down shirts work for date nights and weekends, instead of dress shirts-only approach that was taken in the beginning.

There is a valued priced leather bomber for $295 that will knock your socks off and great layering knit pieces — cardigans, sweaters and all types of accessories — chic leather embossed duffle bags, leather belts and suede slip-on shoes are also among the additions. He seems to have all the categories covered — keeping the customer engaged and buying into his lifestyle brand. This is no vanity project. His collection sells at the behemoth department store,Macys and Macys.com — and the clothing has the mass appeal that he himself has. He is the quintessential boy next door but now all grown-up. He recently had a 40th birthday but he still has an irresistible boyish charm.

Leather Bomber Jacket available at Macy.com






Ryan Seacrest

Ryan’s dynamic role in business demands he look pulled together as well as comfortable and he is easy to look at — the perfect model for his clothing. He’s an American tastemaker whose easy style sensibility is always polished but relaxed — men easily relate to him. RSD (Ryan Seacrest Distinction) riffs off of the designer and businessman’s style and conveys this laid back but pulled together attitude. Not only is he a young successful businessman, he’s a nice guy — what’s not to like? His collection is sold exclusively at Macy’s and Macys.com.