Thom Browne + Woolmark Suits
Thom Browne wants people who wear his suits to feel one thing in particular: confident. The NYC-based designer has managed to make suits that incorporate business elegance and a hint of playfulness since founding his eponymous company back in 2003...
Vintage Typewriter Cufflinks
Heritage English shirtmaker Turnbull & Asser know an elegant pair of cufflinks is the key to completing a sharp look. These vintage typewriter cufflinks from the 1930s decidedly add a distinguished touch.
Traditionally, to prevent a tie from flip-flopping all over the place, tie clips required, poking holes in the accessory, while tie bars clamp down quite hard and still leave a mark. Now, with an array of handsome options, Tie Mags utilizes industrial...
Ratio Custom Shirt
Ratio has discovered the fastest way to make a custom shirt at an affordable price. Using your answers from a short questionnaire, Ratio creates a one-of-a-kind blueprint to make a shirt that fits perfectly and is made in the USA.
Pure Silver Garment Brush
For those who take their wardrobes seriously, nothing less than the finest care tools will do. Take, for example, the Pure Silver Garment Brush by Oswald Haerdtl—with tarnish-resistant silver edged in subtle ticking and all-natural fibers, the sprucing...
Waterproof Coach Jacket
Known for impeccably-crafted varsity jackets, East London's House of Billiam proves its widespread design talent for retro outerwear with the customizable Coach Jacket—a sporty coat inspired by the American football coach.
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...
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...
Custom Suiting from REISS
You don't necessarily need to have a background in fashion to successfully design your own suit. With a little bit of curiosity, creativity and a desire to wear something above and beyond the ordinary—and with the help of UK fashion brand REISS...
The Commuter Suit by Parker Dusseau
Biking to work no longer means looking like a triathlete in training. From casual and functional collections like Levi's Commuter Series and Giro's New Road to cyclist specific bags of all styles, cycling apparel has improved drastically in recent...
Indochino Traveling Tailor
The confidence a well-fitted suit can provide in any business or social setting is arguably worth every penny invested in this wardrobe staple. Indochino's modestly priced custom suits have been a terrific option for men over the years, and recently...
Interview: Max Schmidt
A quality, individually tailored suit is perhaps one of the few things to have escaped the tsunami of online shopping. Although, according to Max Schmidt and Tom Daguanno, the Detroit-based duo behind 1701 Bespoke, men will soon be able to experience...