Category Archive: The Arts.

Sep 04

The Sartorialist Dinner: Florence

The Satorialist is one of the finer fashion blogs on the internet. Routinely Mr. Scott Schuman will host the leading males of fashion to an upscale diner. This video captures the Florence Italy installment. Cheers! Via The Satorialist Pin It

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Sep 04

“Sneaker Collectors” Short Documentary

“I have so many shoes I had to actually rent out storage for them.” Last weekend I was running some errands and I saw three different sneaker camp outs on the same block in New York City. Ironically I bump into this short documentary Sneaker Collectors that same night and I now have a bit …

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Aug 27

Dior Homme 2012 Fall Lookbook Video

Dior Homme presents their 2012 Fall collection through a vivid art piece entitled Shadow. “The Wall Street banker can’t get a break. First, he unwittingly causes the Great Recession, resulting in common-sense regulations. Tragique! Now, in this video by Willy Vanderperre shot in the Wall Street district, he’s assaulted by wind and a persistent bird. …

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Jul 17

Rest In Peace Marlon “Juice” Dyette

Rest in peace to a gentleman I had the pleasure of crossing paths in life with. From streetwear to formalwear, Marlon “Juice” Dyette always made a great impression as his dedication to fashion and style was unmatched. You were a true New Yorker and I’m still in shock you are gone. Be well.

Jun 25

Put This On: “The Savile Row” Video Feature

Jesse Thorn of leading mesnwear site www.putthison.com visits Savile Row which is recognized as the “golden mile of tailoring.” Savile Row is a shopping street in Mayfair, central London, famous for its traditional men’s bespoke tailoring. The term “bespoke” is understood to have originated in Savile Row when cloth for a suit was said to “be spoken …

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Jun 12

“Dressing 007″ Video

“It’s quite difficult because James Bond is such an iconic figure that you have to respect the certain style of an English gentleman perfectly dressed up at the same time doing a lot physical stunts with beautiful women in exotic locations. So you have to give a new look to a very successful image.” With …

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May 22

Kelcey Fisher Art

Artist Kelcey Fisher bridges the gap between studio and street art; creates a new species through hybridization. He sets figures afloat in a sea of color and contrast, juxtaposing the steady warmth of an icon with the vibrations of a multicolored backdrop. Here are some samples from his extensive catalog. Pin It

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May 20

“The World of Globe Specs” Short Video

If you are a sucker for premium eye wear then this short video will definitely pique your interests. Tetsuya Okada, owner of Globe Specs, gives an inside look on the classic worldly influences that have shaped his brand and Japanese style culture. Via Globe Specs Pin It

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May 13

“Things I See From My Cab” Short Video

Tumblr goes on a ride-along with New York City taxi driver Max Cohen, the creator of the photo blog, Things I See From My Cab (thingsiseefrommycab.tumblr.com). I’ve always had an interest in the life of a New York cab driver and this further piques my interests in what in my mind makes New York City’s …

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Apr 30

Spike Lee “The Dolly Shot” Video Montage

Spike Lee has been very influential in my development as a man over the last year or so. As I child I really was fascinated with his classic take on college life School Daze. Fast forward almost twenty years later his words, not his movies, gravitated me towards the life of Malcolm X. One of …

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