Men go to Pitti Uomo to get dressed like it's blood sport. They buy, and drink, and shoot, and *get fitted*. Here are our highlights.
Is the tie truly dead? What if you want to wear one?
A gift guide with recommendations for Socks, Whiskey paraphenelia, reading material, fancy ingredients, accessories, and fun exercise doodads.
Black and brown. A forbidden combination. Why do people say these colors don't work together? They look *fantastic* together. Like, consistently. Here, I'll prove it.
Hope you haven't put all your linen away yet.
Your shirt doesn't have to stop at the second button.
While hype for the show might not last forever, it will always be important to me. Does "the second button" really make or break the shirt? I don't think so. But I'm loving the conversation.
Fred Castleberry, Wes Anderson, Scott Fitzgerald, and Ethan Wong believe in complex characters. You should be one.
I'll explore a few different shades of brown linen. The unevenness of linen helps highlight the depth of each color, and actually helps recall the Maillard reaction that makes food look so good.
There's a new vintage menswear popup in New York City. Alfargo's Marketplace, "The Menswear Garage Sale," brings together cool guys with cool clothes to sell. I wanted to write about a few of the cool men and women I met there, and encourage you to pop by too.
Some of these will be more generic, like off-white jeans. Some will be more interesting, like the pants I want from Bode or South2West8. If you're reading for the former, don't worry, the latter won't hurt you.
These pairings give a certain springy vibe... But they also take me right back to those ice cream trucks. The tailoring feels casual and fun and interesting, but not frivolous. The more casual outfits feel warm, clean, and inviting. They all make me smile.