As a man and a brand, Tom Ford is an elegant, sophisticated and masterful curator of what looks good and what turns us on.
A simple tool that will help save your suits (and your money).
In this episode, I talk with Steve Wright, a smart and stylish young man who has the most edited wardrobe I've ever seen.
It was time to re-stock on no-show hosiery. I gave Bombas a try.
What to wear when graduating magna cum laude from Bro University...
The "boring" suit is the uniform of some of the smartest, funniest and most interesting guys in the room, like Seth Meyers.
As I get older, hair stops growing where I want it and starts growing where I don't. Here's how I deal with it...
In an effort to cut the cost and eliminate the plastic waste of cartridge razor shaving, I tried another solution with very positive results.
The best brands are built on a foundation of real mastery of craft. And they're very rare.
In addition to ties, bow ties and pocket hankies, one of my favorite American accessory brands makes exquisite dopp kits.
I hadn’t eaten meat in almost seven years, until this past weekend...
To most Clevelanders, the idea of going without a car is crazy. Not to me.
Glenn O'Brien influenced my approach to life, style and creativity immeasurably.
We covet luxury goods for a reason: because luxury brands are just better at selling a desirable aesthetic.
As I learn more, think more and see more over time, dairy is making less sense for me for many reasons.
Based on how I present myself, people often presume that I'm into labels, designers and "luxury." Quite the opposite is true.
Designed by Daniel Kleinman.
Others may have done it better, but nobody did it quite the way Roger Moore did.
A tight mystery/thriller and a perfect summer weekend read.
The stunning trailer teases a compelling continuation of the blade runner story and poses many questions.
Louis C.K. is a brilliant philosopher comic of our time. It's uncomfortable, thrilling and hilarious to watch.
People either forget or are unaware that Carrie Fisher made her brilliant film debut in a little movie with Warren Beatty called <em>Shampoo</em> (1975).
In my new normal, the pursuit of "effective living" means showing up for my mother on a whole new level.
My return to my hometown has been tricky to say the least.
In an age of boredom with the classically-tailored suit, I'm sticking with the old school.
I went to a Broadway show the other night. When I arrived at my seat at the Lyceum Theatre, I realized I was the only one in a suit, let alone a tie.
My first episode as a resident of a well-kept secret on Ohio's north coast called Cleveland.
As one of the many Americans who feel crushed by vanishing work, I'm not so…
In this episode, I respond to some readers' reactions to an article about a…
Following up on the overwhelming response to my article about leaving NYC, dealing with aggressive dogs and loving every minute of my hilarious cousin in "Bad Moms."