I jumped back onto the saddle this week after a brief but fantastic trip to Palm Beach, Florida last weekend. I have a client down there who showed me the ropes in their little universe both in Palm Beach and in the charming town of Lake Worth.
Winter in the north is a bitch. The right gear is essential. For me, that includes a good pair of Wellington boots.
A glamorous lady heist cut from the Ocean’s 11 cloth? Just the kind of diversion I need. I hope it’s good.
I’ve said it 1,000 times, and I’ll say it again: Nothing makes a man look better than a well-tailored suit.
When it comes to protecting your good shoes in wet winter weather, it’s all about the practical, functional and discreet galosh.
Going without a proper winter coat is neither heroic nor masculine nor cool. It’s stupid.
This episode is about a fabulous Ethiopian restaurant I discovered in Cleveland, my new (old) Harris Tweed and the joys and challenges of furnishing my new apartment.
After some tailoring, a recent eBay purchase turned into one of my favorite new/old garments.
If I ever owned or managed a men’s shop or a barbershop, this is the music that would be playing.
For job interviews, board meetings, weddings, funerals, nights on the town and covert operations, the navy suit takes us everywhere.