We spend hours in department stores, searching for the next and newest fashions. We feel like we need them—and yet we return to wearing the same timeless staples in the weeks that follow.
In the single best episode of The Simpsons, Hank Scorpio—billionaire CEO and global supervillain—brags to his new employee Homer that he was the very first rich guy in America to wear a sport coat with jeans.
Any man can rock the formal look with ease, as long as he’s wearing a high-quality and well-fitting suit.
At first glance, chinos and khakis are, like Henry Cavill and Matt Bomer, difficult to tell apart.
What do Prince Charles, Jeb Bush, Pavarotti, and David Bowie have in common? They’ve all purchased Hong Kong suits.
The formal cousin to the classic suit, the three-piece suit comes with its own set of style rules and expectations.
Travel is one of life’s greatest pleasures. We get to immerse ourselves in a new locale, experience newness with all five senses, and interact with people who at first seem unfamiliar but with whom, in the end, we share a deep commonality.
Choosing the right outfit for a job interview can be as stressful as the interview itself
You’ve mastered the style basics. You already own the essentials of every well-dressed man, such as a great suit in navy or grey; maybe you even own your own classic tuxedo.