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Heresy Menswear
Serial creatives Dominic Owen and his Heresy partner Jasper Dunk are a London-based duo making wardrobe staples that span band-collar button downs and classic pocket tees to ball caps and beanies. But through it all, the modest illustrators stick...
DESIGN
Nashville-Designed Peter Nappi Footwear and Accessories
In 2011, designer Philip Nappi and co-founder Dana Nappi sought to restore a century-old tradition of shoemaking that grandfather Peter Nappi brought to the US from Italy over 100 years before. With that, the brand Peter Nappi was born and the dedicated...
STYLE
Jack Erwin NYC Fitting Room
In the world of men's formal footwear, few brands offer worthwhile options for under a handful of hundreds. NYC-based Jack Erwin hopes to change this. With three collections spanning brogues, loafers, wingtips and boots, the one-year-old brand delivers...
STYLE
CLAE + LIFUL Capsule Collection
While Japan may garner more attention than its neighboring countries combined when it comes to fashion design, those in the know have been watching Korea in recent years. Why? Because of brands like LIFUL. The modern menswear brand makes clean...
STYLE
Quoddy Custom Shoe Service
For those in the Northeastern US, Quoddy is a household name, having been making moccasins, loafers and shoes of the like by hand in Lewiston, Maine for generations. Using techniques and methods derived from those developed by local Native American...
STYLE
Samuelsohn Performance Weatherproof Suits
Any suit-wearing individual caught in an unexpected storm or using a not-so-effective umbrella understands the discomfort of wet dress attire. Wool absorbs moisture and makes it more manageable, but wet wool also certainly carries a scent when saturated...
STYLE
Black Weirdos Meets Twin Peaks for A/W 14
For their A/W 2014 collection, Japanese label Black Weirdos has gone deep into Ghostwood Forest. The delightfully odd menswear brand has created a line that is inspired by all things Twin Peaks—no doubt scaring and thrilling fans of the show. There...
STYLE
Sködia's Stylishly Cozy Sweats
As the colder seasons approach, a collective sigh can be heard all over the Northern Hemisphere. Few times of the year flatter the sartorially-minded quite like fall and winter, with ample opportunities to experiment with layering and jump on the...
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Jacques-Elliott Ties and Accessories by Elliot Aronow
Elliot Aronow is a man of many talents. The NYC transplant has worked in too many culturally influential industries to count, from publishing and music to television and fashion. The latter is where the assiduous character can currently be found...
STYLE
Tretorn + Sid Mashburn Nylite Wool
If the recent resurgence of the adidas Stan Smith has taught us nothing else, it's that there is more to the casual sneaker world than just a crisp pair of Vans Authentics. Just in time to hammer home that reminder is the newly released Nylite wool...
STYLE
Alex Mill x OMNIGOD: Timeless Workshirts in Japanese Denim
If the pinnacle of a craftsperson's work is doing one thing incredibly well, the partnership between Japan's denim experts OMNIGOD and NYC menswear label Alex Mill is a true success. Composed of three shirt styles in four colorways and one shawl...
STYLE
Dapper Deconstructed: Lawrence Schlossman
Advertorial content: Those with interest in men's fashion will have most probably read (and laughed at) Lawrence Schlossman's words. Serving as Editor in Chief of Four Pins—the most tongue-in-cheek fashion blog around—as well as co-hosting his own...
STYLE
Luxury Eyewear from David Kind
The eyewear world changed dramatically when Warby Parker launched in 2010. The days of spending rent on a pair of glasses are (thankfully) behind us. The quality of lenses and frames offered by many affordable eyewear brands sometimes don't stand...
STYLE
Four Technical Boardshorts
Sometimes, all you need in a pair of boardshorts is on-point styling and a comfortable fit. However, when you're spending hours (or days) surfing, fishing, swimming or sailing in a pair of shorts, you'll want something that offers a blend of comfort...
STYLE
Apparel Inspired by "1984" from The Affair
As demonstrated by Edward Snowden, Big Brother is not just a imaginary entity and the dystopian future depicted in George Orwell's novel "1984" is drifting closer to non-fiction by the day. This chilling actualization is, in part, what inspired...
STYLE
Pintrill + Grado Heaphones Pin
Brooklyn's PINTRILL is one of those "either you get it or you don't" types of brands. Making accessories inspired by pop culture, relevant sayings and various niche fashion icons, the playful brand exists for a select segment of internet enthusiasts...
STYLE
Dapper Deconstructed: Michael Williams
Advertorial content: For Michael Williams, staying busy is never a challenge. His immensely influential menswear and lifestyle blog A Continuous Lean (ACL) was one of the early standouts in the category when it was founded in 2007, and remains a...
STYLE
P. Johnson Tailors Pocket Squares
Maybe it’s the recent resurgence of '80s touchstones like Ettore Sottsass’ Memphis movement and Jeff Koons that have us lusting after designs that blend play and sophistication, but there is something undeniably appealing about Australian menswear...
STYLE
Interview: Daniel Lewis of Brooklyn Tailors
Sponsored content: In the past decade or so, men's fashion has grown into its own. In generations past, one dressed according to their occupation, location or social economic sect, but nowadays a man's wardrobe reflects his lifestyle or, at the very...
STYLE
Inside Botánica's Don Eliette Collection
Though the city is bursting with energy and ambition, designer Nic De La Paz's strolls through the busiest streets of NYC sometimes reflect the masses' tendency to follow fads. To do something fresh, and combat such style stagnation, the Brooklyn...
TRAVEL
Aimé Leon Dore + Frank Clegg Travel Pack
July has been a solid month for NYC-based menswear label Aimé Leon Dore. Early on, the brand released their sophomore collection to great admiration, and just this past week they followed up with a two-part collaboration bag collection with American...
STYLE
Interview: Gemma Shiel of Lazy Oaf
Don't be misled by the pink-haired, effervescent yet sensible Gemma Shiel. The creative mastermind behind the London-based label Lazy Oaf has a youthful energy that manifests in the saucy, playful apparel she and her team designs, but she's been...
TECH
Interview: Ricky Hendry on Tech-Led Fashion
Sponsored content: While one of the most evident ways in which technology has seeped into contemporary culture is no doubt wearables; fashion and tech have—and continue—to collide, from DVF collaborating with Google Glass to 3D-printed insoles...
STYLE
Studio Visit: Alder New York
After just a few semesters into school at the Pratt Institute, designers Nina Zilka and David J. Krause took their passion out of the studio and into the marketplace. With one label already under their belt by graduation, Zilka and Krause started...
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