GQ announced the return of the Best New Menswear Designers program for the eleventh year—for the first time ever with an international twist—celebrating the Coolest Designers on the Planet. The project, established in 2007, traditionally recognizes the best young menswear designers in the country and works to advance the talented up-and-comers. This year, GQ editor-in-chief Jim Nelson and creative director Jim Moore took the program international, curating young talent from Paris, Tokyo and Brooklyn. The Coolest Designers on the Planet will collaborate with Gap on a limited-edition collection, to be sold in the fall exclusively at select Gap stores around the world. Men's designer Jey Perie of Kinfolk, and John Caruso, VP of Men’s Design at Gap take the BUILD stage to discuss the program with Senior Fashion Editor, Garrett Munce.