Personality Milano's handcrafted men’s accessories tread the line between casual ease and refined elegance. Founded in the mid-1960s, the company garnered a following for its impeccable craftsmanship, and by the 1970s began producing wares for the likes of iconic clothing labels Chanel and Valentino. Made in Italy, Personality Milano’s scarves and neckties come in a range of fabrics and colors, from luxe cashmere and summery linen to muted striped silk and bold plaids. Here you'll find the perfect way to add a bit of natty, Italian flair to your wardrobe.
Every man needs a navy blue suit; it's the cornerstone of a grownup wardrobe. Once you have one (and we have plenty in this sale, from Calvin Klein White Label, Joseph Abboud, Tommy Hilfiger and more), there's the matter of how to wear it, and with what? Try a modern ensemble, with vibrant saddle shoes from Florsheim’s collaboration with Duckie Brown and a textured skinny tie from Clapham. Or go old-school, with suspenders from Alexander Olch. While your biggest decision should be your shirting, we’ve made things easy with tons of options to classic French cuffs from Hickey Freeman, to bold stripes from Thomas Pink to white sport shirts from BLK DNM.
End the weekend on a high note with a great deal on some of menswear’s greatest hits. Here you’ll find everything from denim and sneakers, to bomber jackets and topcoats. It’s the kind of selection you’ll want to tell your friends about (but only after you’ve made your picks).
Bon Appétit editor-in-chief Adam Rapoport knows how to play host with style, and with holiday party season in full swing, we asked him to invite a few of his dapper pals to dinner at Aska in Brooklyn — the only NYC restaurant to make the magazine's 2013 Hot 10 List — to show us how it's done. The secret, says the former GQ style editor, is to "wear something you'd never wear to the office. Like a bowtie. Or plaid pants. A velvet jacket. SOMETHING." Check out the photos of Adam and his guests — who are kitted out in some of our finest holiday party gear — then shop our picks below to get your holiday look in order. What's more, a portion of the proceeds go to Edible Schoolyard NYC.
Forget the Santa hat and let these colorful accessories show your holiday spirit.