After much delay, the second half of the interview with my friend and co-conspirator Amy Eddings is here.
They always say March comes in like a lion. With persistent sub-freezing temperatures, I think March is coming in like an asshole. So I made a playlist that makes me feel better.
Recognition for the world’s most recognizable men who didn’t scream for even more attention on the night when they get more attention than ever (with one glorious exception).
With the exception of chauffeurs, Secret Service agents, security guards, pallbearers, or gangsters in a Tarantino film, men should generally avoid black suits.
A splash is the best that most can hope to make in fashion. Karl Lagerfeld made an explosion. And it was never boring.
The simple tie knot with an effortless, devil-may-care flair.
A mixed bag of various emotions and musical expressions in the complex matters of the heart.
The proportions of the shirt collar, tie, and lapel width converge at an often overlooked and poorly executed intersection of men’s dress. And there’s usually a crash at that intersection.
New year, new outlook, new theme and a new twist on this episode: I get interviewed on my own podcast.
This week marks a first: I’m on two different podcasts this week. And not my own.
It’s a new year, but it’s the same approach to the music selections: an eclectic mix of the esoteric and the accessible.
In the three months I worked as a host in Cleveland’s sexiest dining hall, I noticed that people who dressed up seemed to have a better time.