A reader asked: "Any advice on getting rid of underarm perspiration stains from white and blue cotton shirts?"
At a recent classical music concert at Carnegie Hall, it looked like the idea of dressing with any sense of occasion was on life support.
Sage sartorial advice from the first woman to open her own eponymous bespoke tailoring shop on Savile Row.
In high school, our prematurely hirsute classmates with 5 o’clock shadows bought the beer because they looked older. Decades later, the principle hasn’t changed.
Dollar Shave Club's latest entry in the grooming game is good, but could be better.
A nice new entry into the men's grooming circus from Bulldog Skincare for Men.
This post my put some readers off or inspire others to unsubscribe. But in the wake of Orlando, I kinda don't care. Samantha Bee and Jim Jefferies articulate my feelings beautifully.
I'll be part of a design talk for cyclists by designers obsessed with cycling this Wednesday 6/15 at Rapha in partnership with Design Within Reach!
My niece graduated from Boston University this past weekend. It's a thrilling rite of passage punctuated by excitement, fear and change.
I love funny ladies, and this looks... well... fabulous. …
My friend Steve - an avid collector of music - just launched a fabulous Tumblr blog that celebrates the glorious "DNA" of vinyl records.
What Marlon Brando did for the motorcycle jacket in The Wild One (1953) he had done for the t-shirt in A Streetcar Named Desire (1951).
In this episode of the podcast, I “open a vein” about my personal experience with how good work is valued or, perhaps more accurately, devalued today.
More than anything else in menswear, a well-tailored suit elevates every man to his most dignified form.
On this anniversary of my father's death, I decided to put my memories of those days into words for the first time.