The Modern Men’s Fashion Set is available now for The Sims 4!
Electronic Arts and Maxis are today releasing The Sims 4 Modern Menswear Set, where players can expand their Sims’ style and express their creativity. The new fashion set is available for PC and Mac via Origin and Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and thanks to upward compatibility for PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X | S.
In order to bring new and expressive ways of self-discovery into play and to fulfill the promise to integrate more modern fashion for male Sims, The Sims is a partnership with the non-profit organization “British Fashion Council” and the London-based Stefan Cooke and his business partners Jake Burt entered. For example, a collection based on the model of the award-winning brand named after Cooke was created for the game, which goes beyond traditional style boundaries and redefines men’s fashion.
Stylish Simmers rediscover classics with The Sims 4 Modern Men’s Fashion Set. The set includes 23 new, simulated replicas from the Stefan Cooke collections, spices up the Sims’ wardrobe with new, trendy classics and gives ordinary everyday clothing a new twist with revised cuts, textiles and patterns. There are jackets, pants, suits and shoes as well as some of the designers’ favorites, such as the wool college jacket with skirt by Stefan Cooke – a design that perfectly reflects the evolution of modern men’s clothing.
The Sims series has always provided players with a creative space where they can express their own personality through fashionable outfits. These possibilities have recently been further expanded with the release of the Fashion Street Set and the Incheon Style Set, incorporating contemporary, international styles inspired by trendy fashion from Mumbai and Seoul into the game. Prior to that, The Sims 4 also worked with Gucci on the “Off the Grid” fashion campaign and worked with Moschino to create a capsule collection of ready-to-wear and game-inspired fashion items.
More information about The Sims 4 Modern Men’s Fashion Set and the collaboration with Stefan Cooke and Jake Burt can be found in the official Blog post.