Today’s Lesson: Like contempt for the paparazzi, a fitted peacoat, cuffed jeans, newsboy cap, and vintage-style bicycle will never, ever go out of style—whether you’re rocking them in a period piece or inside quotation marks in Billyburg. And Don’t Miss… … read more →
Jared Flint, Tuesday February 22nd, 2011 at
The New York Post cites a British study linking chronic back pain to a range of man bags. The search for the perfect varsity jacket is on; Por Homme might just have unearthed it. Kanye West wasn’t saying anything to … read more →
They say that creativity is spurred by limitations. Nowhere is that more true than in menswear. Case in point: duffel coats like the two here. Now duffel coats, in and of themselves, are not remarkable. I’d go so far as … read more →
Three things you must do immediately after landing in London? First, take the Heathrow Express (English taxis are for suckers). Second, grab a pint, anywhere, no matter the time. And third, head to Dover Street Market. Rei Kawakubo’s retail destination … read more →
Promotion knows no holiday, and this week saw some, well, interesting style choices (knit-lapeled leather jackets, anyone?). And yet, good or bad, couldn’t we all stand to learn a thing or two from these fellas?
Brogues aren’t exactly in short order these days; supply has definitely caught up with demand. A good bet when choice becomes overwhelming is to take things back to the start. Tricker’s is an English shoemaker based in Northampton that originated … read more →