The New York-based knitwear brand Cullen celebrated its twentieth anniversary in 2009 by launching the men’s label C/89: the "C" standing for Cullen, the "89" for the year of its debut. C/89 offers a trimmer, sportier take on Cullen’s traditional looks, with comfortable sweaters, clothing and accessories cast in high-end materials such as boiled wool, merino, and cashmere. Solid-color, ribbed knit, and striped scarves, marbled lambswool hats, and other winter essentials come in a variety of subtle colors and classic styles. A diffusion line, C/89 enables you to bundle up without spending a bundle.
If you’re anything like us, right about now you’re probably thinking, “Getting back to work after the holidays has been fun and all, but it’s time to start planning that next getaway.” Fortunately, we’re here to help you do just that. Start with a Filson canvas carry-on, pack it with sweaters, cords, and winter accessories, and then throw in a Wenger pocketknife (as long as you’re not traveling by air), just in case you find yourself further outside the city limits than you had originally anticipated.
Who doesn't love cashmere? It's the king of fabric — soft, sumptuous, and crazy-comfy. To that end, we've got plenty of selections here (from men's and women's clothes, to throws and slippers) in that most elegant of fabrics.
Cold weather is upon us, but that's no reason to compromise your look. In fact, with our selection of scarves, hats, and gloves you can even up your style quotient. Check out items from hot brands like <span>GANT</span>, Ben Shermanand Portolano — all for under $30— and keep it toasty as the temperature drops
We don’t need to tell you that hats and gloves are an essential part of your wardrobe when the temperature drops, so we won’t go on about it here. Instead, we’ll encourage you to get a little adventurous: Go for a pompom hat from Gant by Michael Bastian or a pair of perforated leather gloves from Portolano — mix things up a bit. And where to get that new gear? Right here, of course.