Denmark's a storied kingdom known for its competence in multiple disciplines. Like Legos. And breakfast pastries. Busting out into New York-style threads: Bruuns Bazaar, making its US debut today.
With blacks, beiges, and blues in athletic cuts, Bruuns offers frill-free standouts suited to meet all of the city's varied demands, except the one about tipping your doorman $100 for Christmas even though where the hell was that umbrella when I was hailing a cab that rainy night? The natty biz-cas gear can double as going-out-wear, with dark single-tone and plaid sport jackets, matching slacks, brown/black leather jackets, and trenches -- but not Treaches, for which you must be down w/ a discount. Bruuns also has you on the weekends, with white and pink French/mandarin-collar'd button-ups, tees, shorts, even mid-calf shants (which shan't be breaking your dry spell).
No matter what you pick, each piece is constructed with compact twills, mercerized cottons (think high-end golf shirts), and durability-bolstering "twisted yarns", i.e., "I once boinked a breakfast pastry while the Black Knight's Castle watched".