We’ve broken down the trends from Paris, Milan and London you’ll be wearing next season, but we’d also like to draw your attention north of the neck. From wet-look quiffs to rugged read-for-action texture, we present the cuts you should look into next time you’re in need of a follicular overhaul (and advice from the [...]
I’d be super remiss if I didn’t open with a nod to the smooth R&B stars of the early ’90s, who I believe pioneered the idea of shaving a semi-permanent part into your hair. My wife, the hairstylist, learned of the revamped technique from a men’s product rep a few weeks back and made me [...]
Black dress shoes are easy—they’re understated and tasteful. Brown dress shoes up the style factor. People notice them. Today designer Domenico Vacca demonstrates how, by starting with a grey suit and a darker shade of brown, you can ease your way in.
The popularity of Mad Men highlights many disparities between fashion sensibilities of the late 1950s/early ’60s and those of today. Hair is a fine example. Men in that world tended to have crisp haircuts with clean parts and smooth lines.
When it comes to men wearing scarves indoors, there isn’t necessarily a hard-and-fast rule one way or the other. The ascot, a haughty great-uncle of the scarf, has been a mainstay for centuries, and a handful of notably well-dressed men have successfully pulled off the look of late. Essentially, this is a risk/reward issue, and [...]