I would focus on Armani, Prada/Miu Miu, Dior Homme, Gigli and Gucci (explanation below.) I'd personally like to see: Suiting by Giorgio Armani, Gigli, and Gucci (I think that Zegna and Canali would be a little too square for the store that I'm envisioning.) Â I feel that Dior Homme may be a little intimidating for a lot of customers, although I personally would love to see it. Shirting by Gucci, Gigli, Giorgio Armani, Dior Homme, Prada, and Miu Miu. Â Here is where you can have a larger selection of designers, and include some pieces by Dolce & Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli. A limited selection of classic sportswear pieces by Prada and Giorgio Armani (knits in particular.) and larger and funkier range of sportswear by Miu Miu and Gigli. Outerwear by Dior Homme, Gucci, Miu Miu and Giorgio Armani. Â I would personally put in a patchwork or embroidered jacket or two by Cavalli, but unless you are in a large urban center or an otherwise unusual setting, it'll probably be only good as (rather expensive) decoration for your store. Accessories by Miu Miu, Prada, and Dior Homme. I think that you could use Dolce&Gabbana (mainline) and Cavalli pieces as accents, but I think that to much of their "In Your Face" style would be, in general, discordant with the store I've just proposed, which focuses on designers credited with creating modern uniforms (Miuccia Prada, Giorgio Armani, and Hedi Slimane.) Â Tom Ford (Gucci) "sexiness" is much more about elegance and luxury than rock-and-roll, and when he does rock and roll, it comes off more boho than anything else; and Romeo Gigli is known for attention to color and fabric and will provide some energy without being obtrusive. Â I think that Versace these days is just trashy, and will cheapen your whole store (Bernini, take note.) Â It just reminds me of those depressing stores on Hollywood Blvd catering to ghetto fab types. Â Even P.Diddy is over it. Â As I mentioned before, Zegna and Canali, while both are terrific brands, would be too square. I don't know if you are thinking about shoes, but I would include Prada and Gucci (no Prada Sport, please.) and maybe funkier lines like Barbato and Nose. Â Skip the sneakers unless you are a fan yourself. Â I think that it would be nice to have some jeans too, to bring in the younger crowd. Â Go for classic, the original, American denim - Paper Denim, True Religion, Blue Cult, Rogan, Frankie B., would all be appropriate for the store, and skip the eurotrash (Energie, Gstar, D&G.) Good luck. Â Hey, tell us where the store is going to be located, and it's name.