Not only IS New Year’s Eve is a time to celebrate it is also a perfect time to put out all stops in terms of crafting an iconic look. We suggested going black tie and you can’t lose with the TOM FORD Black Slim-Fit Mohair One Button Tuxedo.
Recently I attended an event and saw several gentleman dressed in first class suiting only to have their efforts derailed. How you ask? They were wearing coats over their suit that were far from formal thus ruining their look. That is why a topcoat / overcoat is necessary. We think the Billy Reid Bowery Cashmere Long …
2016 could have been the year of Tom Ford for what seemed to be impressive showings in each of his collections. One of his most beloved items aside from his iconic evening wear is Tom Ford Eyewear. The TOM N.7 Rounded Rectangle Frames is another great example why bold is often times very beautiful.
With the rising popularity in flannels, outdoorsman style is easy to pull off and won’t break the bank. The Patagonia Men’s Recycled Down Shirt Jacket is a great piece to add to your closet for a layered look or standalone outerwear.
With the temperatures averaging 30 degrees, the winter season is officially here. In New York City winter street style is synonymous with Timberland and the Timberland 6″ Brown Burnished Full Grain Premium Boot is our pick.
In terms of menswear, the tuxedo is as iconic as it gets. It truly separates the men from the boys. As holiday and new year’s eve parties start to fill up our calendar, it is imperative that your look lives up to the black tie dress code and beyond.
Featuring a three quarter length and an usual array of cool compartments, the parka remains the clutch winter coat. At times luxury brands have very unique takes on the classics. This time Burberry got it right with the Burberry Men’s Down-Filled Cashmere Parka.
The bomber jacket has quietly been an American classic for many years but has seen a striking resurgence in street style fashion. Ralph Lauren has upped the ante with their Padded Shell Hooded Bomber Jacket.