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Chicago's Glass House Shirtmakers
As recently discussed, the role of the collared shirt within a wardrobe changes considerably with each generation. While they still carry a dressier cache and remain an essential component for most suits, collared shirts are also everyday wear for...
STYLE
March + Held Co. Shirts
For all the ink that's been spilled over the Made In America movement, the reality is still a little grim. True American-made goods remain hard to come by, and most still use foreign materials. So what does it take to make an American product? For...
STYLE
Ledbury: Editor's Picks for Fall 2013
Advertorial content: There's certainly a chill in the air here in the northern hemisphere, but it's no reason to forgo style. In fact, the colder months are the optimal time to step up both casual and formal looks with layers and textures. After the...
STYLE
Levi's® Product Icons
Advertorial content: Levi’s® impact is indelible and the identity they've developed represent a universal timelessness. The world-famous brand's three icons—the Western, the Trucker and the 501® jeans—remain fixtures; applicable to any...
DESIGN
Interview: Jeff Thrasher of Lululemon
Jeff Thrasher is the lead men's designer at Lululemon. In his role, he's first and foremost responsible for creating the future product line and aesthetic of the brand's men's range, but on a detailed scale, he's at the helm of design functionality...
STYLE
10 Shirts and Shorts
A style once reserved for cubicle jockeys and gas station attendants, the short sleeve button-down has picked up speed in the menswear market in recent years. And shorts? Well, they've always been popular. To celebrate the recent uptick in temperature...
STYLE
Party Prints
Last year as the weather warmed up, it seemed like NYC—if not much of the Northern Hemisphere—had tropical fever. The Hawaiian shirt was visible in a variety of styles and patterns, but almost always kept to a palm tree or flamingo print. This season...
STYLE
J. Hilburn
Having navigated the uncertain world of online made-to-measure services, we were delighted to receive the fruits of our recent test run with J. Hilburn. The men's clothier was one of the pioneers of online MTM, and their experience shows both in...
STYLE
Hawaiian Shirts
Since its introduction in the 1930s, the Hawaiian shirt—or Aloha shirt as it's known in Hawaii—stands as one of the most notorious icons of good vibes and bad fashion. Ignoring the stigma behind the infamous floral print a few brave designers...
CULTURE
This is Not the End of the World
By Mark Buche Drop City is the artist community formed by clothing company COMUNE to attract like-minded artists to come together and collaborate on special projects. With an impressive group of new and returning artists Drop City launched their...
DESIGN
Graphic Design: Now In Production
This Saturday (22 October 2011) Walker Art Center in Minneapolis launches a new exhibition on graphic design that will run through 22 January 2012. "Graphic Design: Now in Production" is a retrospective on the evolution of the medium since 2000...
STYLE
Twists on the White T-Shirt
Versatile and universally appreciated, few garments are as modern as the good old white tee. The staple crosses nearly every genre of personal style, from hip hop to hipster, holding a permanent place in closets everywhere. To add a little creativity...
STYLE
Leslie Fremar for Fruit of the Loom
The story is annoyingly familiar. You're in the market for a well-fitting, simple t-shirt but paying designer prices for a cotton basic seems ridiculous. Celebrity stylist Leslie Fremar had been turning to Fruit of the Loom's boy's shirts or ribbed...
STYLE
Hentsch Man
With incredible attention to details, Hentsch Man was launched four years ago when its founders Alexia and Max failed in their quest to find the perfect white shirt. Their initial line was promptly snapped up by discerning men also sharing the same...
STYLE
Pardon Jack Johnson
One hundred years ago this 4 July 2010, "The Fight of the Century" took place in Reno, Nevada. The first-ever black heavyweight champion Jack Johnson defended his title by defeating the "Great White Hope" Jim Jeffries and delivering a blow against...
STYLE
Le Fabuleux Marcel de Bruxelles
The classic white tank top—worn for ages by everyone from business men to construction workers—is a wardrobe staple. While several brands already reinvent the original, like American Apparel, Petit Bateau, and Schiesser, we lately have...
STYLE
E for Effort Loose Leaf Apparel
School's always in with Artware Editions' E For Effort Loose Leaf tees, bags and tanks, a playful riff on the inexpensive writing paper from youth. A collaboration between Brooklyn artists Beka Goedde and Rachel Ostrow, each hand-screen-printed...
STYLE
Alexander West Shirts
A former banker, Alexander West is no stranger to the button-down shirt. After finding a lack of smartly designed, nicely tailored shirts on the market he took it upon himself to create them. While he's not doing shirts for women (yet), West took...
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