In terms of cost and overall value, my dress shirt needs are thoroughly satisfied by two fine shirtmakers.
As described by the filmmakers, Making the American Man is “a documentary film about modern American masculinity through the eyes of makers of U.S. based goods for men.” But it's more than that.
Of all the tailoring stories I've ever heard or read, Mr. Greenfield's is probably my favorite.
I love shaving, I love barbershops, and I really love this great Barbasol shaving video at Old Familiar Barbershop in Columbus, OH.
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.
This masterpiece from Marvin Gaye feels appropriate today. Quite frankly, I can't seem to really hear his lyrics without crying. It's all there.
Much has been said about legendary New York Times fashion photographer and chronicler Bill Cunningham since he died. All I can add is to share how he inspired me.
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 just stumbled upon this mini-documentary on Levi's 501s. It's a fabulous piece of storytelling around an iconic American product.
All I can add to the Muhammad Ali dialog are some of my favorite photos of him and the best "how I want to be remembered" quote from a dazzling American icon.
Another fabulous mix of the very esoteric and the very popular. A great soundtrack for the beginning of Summer 2016.
Manhattan used to be a place of opportunity for anyone with a dream and talent. It's still true, if the dream and the talent are powered by a trust fund (or a hedge fund).
A new article in The Business of Fashion about the impact of wealth inequality on the luxury business and the shopping habits of the super-rich makes for great comic reading.
I expect it in t-shirts, socks, athletic wear and the waistband of my underwear. But now it's in jeans, khakis, dress shirts and even suits.