A fascinating piece in The Atlantic explores recent research about the psychological effect of wearing a suit, both on the wearer and on those around him.
One of my favorite shirt fabric weaves is end-on-end. It combines alternating light and dark threads to produce the look of a solid from a distance but a rich texture up close.
The time for readers has come. After a heartbreaking trip to the ugly tree of reading glasses at CVS, I found a handsome and affordable solution with A.J. Morgan.
Think a suit made with Super 180s wool is more impressive? Don’t believe the hype.
My amazing and brilliant writer friend Sophia Stuart (@teamgloria_) asked me to be a part of a series of sartorial anecdotes on Lyst called “What I Wore When.” For my interview, they were curious about my experience on Sex and the City,…
The new Men’s Style section of The New York Times joins the bloated legion of magazines, blogs and online influencers that equate style and refinement with spending power.