Toe-to-Toe: Kicks for the TKO

Footwear fans, get ready to fist pump. Ever spot an awesome pair of shoes and ask yourself, “How am I going to rock those?” Lucky for you, we’re one step ahead. We’ll be showcasing two Head[...]
BEHIND THE SCENES

Filmspired: The Graduate

“Mrs. Robinson, you’re trying to seduce me.” With those words, Dustin Hoffman rose to Hollywood fame in 1967’s The Graduate, as a 21-year old Benjamin Braddock, a young man questioning the[...]
CULTURE

Gent’s Club: Keep on Chukka-ing

When Daniel Day-Lewis left the primp and pomp of Hollywood for Florence, Italy to become a cobbler, the tabloids said he had lost his mind. But we get it. The triple Oscar winner wanted to take part[...]
FASHION

Final Touch: Make an indelible mark

From workday formal to weekend casual, there’s a new breed of shoes that will make an indelible mark in menswear. It’s called the two-tone sneaker, and its mandate is to reimagine laid-back[...]
FASHION

Side by Side: Meshing Around

There’s a reason the plimsoll is sported by dudes across the street-style universe: it’s the most versatile shoe ever. Our white-soled Langford in blue is an on-point slip-on that’s the real[...]
General

Gentlemen’s Club: Spring Brogue

These days we feel like blasting Here Comes the Sun by The Beatles all day to celebrate the coming of spring. Not only because it means temperate walks around the city – but because it means[...]
FASHION

Final Touch: Rock the Pop Sole

The simplest way to showcase your swagger this season is by rocking one of the biggest (and brightest) men’s footwear trends of spring 2014 – the pop sole. Once the most understated and[...]
FASHION

Side By Side: In Print

Prints are it in menswear for spring 2014, whether it’s in the form of printed pants (Michael Bastien), printed shirts (Dries Van Noten) or the almighty all-over printed suit (Dolce&Gabbana,[...]
FASHION

Gent’s Club: Wallgren

Proof that too much of a good thing is a contradiction in terms, this brown leather lace-up takes the classic form of the derby shoe and stretches it into boot form. Originally conceived as a country[...]
FASHION

Gent’s Club: Nissila

Originally conceived as a soldier’s footwear, the blucher is named after its inventor, famous 19th century German general Gebhard Leberecht von Blücher, who designed it to appease his men who[...]
FASHION
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