Turtlenecks were one of my favorite sweaters to wear as a kid. Not only are they classic (see: your favorite debonair heroes in the 50s and on), they also serve as a great layering piece and can be dressed up or down. To say they are trending at this point is a little bit.. late […]
The jumpsuit trend is an important one in menswear. We are seeing folks like Kanye rocking them as well allover the street style blogs and runway shows. We tend to see this trend come every few years. Last time we saw it, it was in the 90s (think Shiny suits ala Diddy or Heavy […]
With only a few weeks left of summer, I have found myself really focusing on what I’m going to bring for Fall. More importantly, I’m finding ways to transition myself out of summer loves into fall favorites. One of the important things to transition is your signature scent. I’ve talked on here on the importance […]
One of my favorite designers Thom Browne has collaborated with Dita sunglasses for their fall 2011 collection. As per Thom Browne’s usual aesthetic, the collection is inspired by 40s professionals. Check out the pictures from their shoot and check out these ultra fresh sunglasses. No word yet on the price point. [photospace]
50 Cent was spotted on the red carpet at the Aruba International Film Festival. 50 has never had a problem switching up his look, but this latest look is just not a good one in my opinion. At first glance, I thought it was Derek Luke. But nope, its definitely 50 cent. The dated look […]
Got invited to check out an event for a super fresh futuristic eye wear line called MYKITA. My first introduction TO this eye wear designer was about a year ago. Remember those super dope gold aviator frames that Sarah Jessica Parker had on in Sex and the CITY 2 in the opening scene….. (see reminder […]
Japan does it again. This dope menswear line reminds me a lot of Marc Jacobs and Thom Browne. Check out the collection of great outerwear, layered outfits, slouchy oversized trousers and tribal knitwear. I’m really feeling this collection. So good to see a collection that pushes the envelope and still keeps it masculine.