When it comes to good shoes that last for the long haul, I’ve learned that it doesn’t pay to play it cheap.
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.
For job interviews, board meetings, weddings, funerals, nights on the town and covert operations, the navy suit takes us everywhere.
My prescribed sartorial on-camera upgrade for podcast host, writer, professor, emergent prince of all media and my future ex-boyfriend, Scott Galloway.
We all love a t-shirt. And a custom, made-to-order process that leaves no waste or unsold garments is a compelling one. But can (or will) people spend $64 for one?
The decline in eyesight that comes with middle age does not mean one needs to be condemned to ugly drugstore reading glasses.
There’s a reason there are so many songs about heartbreak and love unrequited: they’re universal feelings. Anyone with a soul who has dared to be vulnerable has been there.
In this re-engagement with the podcast, I’m recalling (and adding to) the values I explored when I created this blog more than a decade ago.
Getting a COVID test and buying online custom clothing during a pandemic, when in-person shopping and tailoring is limited.
Some days are good. Other days are not so good. But I have enough experience and hindsight to know that this, too, shall pass. In the meantime… much to watch, listen to, read and write.
Life in NYC under extraordinary circumstances.
Online custom suits can be a daunting and confounding prospect. In this episode, I talk about my own experiences with it.
After much delay, the second half of the interview with my friend and co-conspirator Amy Eddings is here.