19 May
One item for each month of quasquicentennial celebration

Back in the 1800’s in the old days of New York, Hamilton Carthatt, in the midst of pursuing the American Dream the old-fashioned way, switched his focus from a furnishing business to a business with the sole focus of creating garments for railroad workers. Although Carhatt passed back in 1937, the company continues to thrive […]


12 Dec
From Japanese art to the appreciation of well shaped derrières

The second installment of our Best Of 2011 retrospective series focuses on the Top 10 Books of 2011, including photo-heavy coffee table books, research tomes and literature. From the history of menswear staples to Japanese art to modernist architecture to the appreciation of the well shaped derrière, there were a multitude of books published covering […]


2 Nov
Japanese label puts a spin on the traditional long-sleeve

Straight from the genius of Japan comes this new take on the jacket/shirt hybrid. The folks at .efiLevol have introduced a snap-shut down shirt for their Fall/Winter 2011 collection that integrates the quilted puffiness of a down jacket. Featured in blue, it comes with a chest pocket, button-up front and adjustable cuffs. It’s now available […]


28 Oct
Bernard Willhelm x Camper Toðer Skull Boots are here to help

Just in time for your Zombie Steve Jobs costume, or Frankenstein Lana Del Rey outfit, or frankly whatever else you’re dressing up as for Halloween this weekend, Bernard Willhelm x Camper‘s To&ether Men’s Skull Boots will tie up the get-up perfectly. Are they hideous? Yes. Will you wear them anytime for the rest of the […]


13 Jun
Mr. Porter's 100% leather weekend bag

Made in Italy from 100% leather exterior and 100% cotton interior lining, the Belstaff Pelvin Leather Holdall is a solid choice for weekend getaways and business trips. Featuring a detachable shoulder strap with metal buckles, zip closing, front pockets with press studs, a side pocket and Union Jack tab, the bag is featured on the […]


1 Jun
Limited edition scarves celebrating McQ's "Savage Beauty" exhibit

When New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art opened its Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty retrospective exhibition last month, nobody quite expected the response to be so great. To deal with the overwhelming turnout, the Met has decided to extend the show’s run an additional week until August 7th. In order to commemorate this unexpected but well […]


23 Nov
James Sherwood covers the history of the UK's most famous fashion street

Bespoke: the Men’s Style of Savile Row is a detailed book covering the history of bespoke tailoring — a British term used to describe tailoring to the fitter’s exact specification. What is actually just a very small street in London, Savile Row is known worldwide for its excellent bespoke tailoring. In this 256 page hardcover […]


10 Nov
Celebrating Isetan Men's 7th Anniversary

ALPHA Industries has teamed up with the superb mastermind JAPAN and Uniform Experiment to celebrate the 7th Anniversary of the Japanese retailer Isetan Men’s. The result is this special edition of ALPHA’s NB-3 Parka, which features touches from all the brands involved. Mastermind JAPAN’s all black look dominates, with signature skull and crossbones logo on […]