Paris When It Sizzles: Men’s Designers Join the Juggernaut

PARIS — There’s something about Paris, what with six packed days of men’s shows starting today, the calendar bulging with 10 more official shows and reflecting a United Nations of diverse fashion talent.
“Paris is the center of the fashion industry. It’s the pinnacle of luxury and a hub of creativity,” enthused Spencer Phipps, a San Francisco native showing at the Cite Internationale des Arts Tuesday. “Starting a business here as an American, it pushes us to innovate and puts the way people view the brand in a different context.”
Hed Mayner, based in Tel Aviv, said he chose Paris as his platform partly because he happened to live in the French capital shortly after his studies in Jerusalem, and found the team that puts together his namesake label. “Besides this, we wanted to get closer to the hub of the fashion world, which will provide us with the opportunity to increase our knowledge, and network with industry leaders and creative minds,” he added.
With men’s weeks in other capitals withering, young designers are attracted to the creative energy in Paris, and the opportunity to capture not only attention, but business, given the concentration of press, influencers and buyers congregating this week. About

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EXCLUSIVE: Fendi Works With Luca Guadagnino as Guest Designer for Men’s Spring Collection

MILAN — After working with the likes of Nico Vascellari, Reilly Hey and Sue Tilley, and in January with her mentor Karl Lagerfeld, Silvia Venturini Fendi will reveal today the latest Fendi guest designer: Luca Guadagnino. The “Call Me By Your Name” director has designed a special print for Fendi’s men’s spring 2020 collection to be unveiled here Monday in a new location for the brand, the neoclassic 18th-century Royal Villa.
A longtime friend of Venturini Fendi, Guadagnino first worked with the brand on a video for spring 2006. In 2007, they partnered to set up the First Sun production company, which produced the director’s acclaimed 2009 film “I Am Love,” starring Tilda Swinton.
Guadagnino, whose “Call Me By Your Name” received an Oscar nomination for Best Picture and one for Actor in a Leading Role for Timothée Chalamet’s interpretation, in 2012 founded the production company Frenesy Film specifically for taking on projects with major fashion brands, and he has directed or produced short films or commercials for, among others, and in addition to Fendi, Giorgio Armani, Ermenegildo Zegna, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sergio Rossi, Cartier and Pomellato, and, most recently, Valentino.
Fendi chairman and chief executive officer Serge Brunschwig revealed the collaboration during an interview at Fendi’s

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Our Favorite Men’s Care Brand Has A New Line: Hair by Harry’s

With the influx of razor-by-mail companies lately, we keep coming back to Harry’s. We’ve never been disappointed. Harry’s has amazing shave products as well as razors, with low prices and fantastic customer service. And now our favorite men’s care brand has just released a line of hair care and grooming products that are as awesome as their shaving gear: Hair by Harry’s.

2 in 1 Shampoo & Conditioner

Harry’s new 2 in 1 ($ 7) is a quick, nourishing way to clean and condition your hair without stripping it of its natural oils and essences. It lathers up nicely and rinses clean, and then you’re done. No fooling around with a separate bottle of conditioner, no waiting 60 seconds for some magical conditioning effect to take place. That’s it, you’re done.


And it has a pleasant scent that isn’t overly fragrant, with light notes of lavender as well as bracing peppermint, and soothing eucalyptus. It’s great for all hair types, plus it’s paraben-, dye-, and sulfate-free. With enough moisturizing properties to make it okay to use it everyday.

Now you’re ready to move on to another of Harry’s fantastic hair grooming products.

Sculpting Gel

Harry’s Sculpting Gel ($ 8) is perfect for guys who want a light but firm hold on their coif. It locks in any style in any shape, but remains soft and gentle to the touch. Unless, of course, you’re going for a slicker look, in which case you comb it through while your hair is wet.


It won’t fade or flake away light some other gels, and there’s no alcohol—so it won’t dry or damage your hair. And it rinses out clean at the end of the day. Paraben-free, sulfate-free, and never tested on animals, Harry’s Sculpting Gel has a light and refreshing scent, with hints of lemon and fresh herbs. It leaves your hair firmly in place, and won’t come off on your—or anyone else’s—fingers.

Taming Cream

For long-haired dudes after a more natural look, Harry’s has something for you as well. For an unruly mane that desires a soft hold and a carefree finish, you need Harry’s Taming Cream ($ 8). It’s lightweight cream that’s ideal for curly, coarse, thick hair, leaving it naturally casual without feeling stiff or sticky.


Best of all, Taming Cream styles, moisturizes, and conditions as well. And to paraphrase an old ad slogan, just a little dab will do. So your hair comes away looking natural and free of harsh chemicals and powerful smells.

Texturizing Putty

This stuff is great for guys who want to look like they put zero effort into their hair. With a matte finish and malleable hold, Harry’s Texturizing Putty ($ 12) delivers subtle definition without stickiness or stiffness. It’s ideal for professionals, guys with short hair who want keep it tidy without looking like they spent more than a few minutes in front of the mirror.


Just rub a dab between your hands to soften it up, then smooth and work it through dry (or towel-dry) hair until you get your desired shape and style. It leaves your hair smelling rich and woodsy, and lets everyone know how you feel about your hair: There are far more important things for a man to worry about.

So if you’re looking for great hair care products from a reliable company, stuff that’s made by guys, for guys, check out Hair by Harry’s hair care products. Pick yourself up some amazing razors while you’re there. And don’t sleep on their awesome shower products.

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The Best New Men’s Polo Shirts to Wear This Summer

We’ll tell you something you probably already know: Polo shirts aren’t just a uniform for the golf course. The simple three-button collared shirt is now available in more fabrics, patterns, and styles than ever before, and brands are experimenting with new interpretations of the menswear staple. Whether or not they’ve been in your rotation before, the latest crop of men’s polo shirts are making a strong case for spot in your dresser.

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But as you’ll see below, there are lots of great options to choose from. Picking the right polo for you depends on a few different variables, so we reached out to stylists for guidance on what to look for. First off: Make sure you pick one that fits. Size up if the buttons are pulling, says Lisa Cameron, stylist to celebs like Queer Eye‘s Karamo Brown, and make sure you have enough length to cover your stomach if you raise your arms up. But don’t go too baggy—a trimmer polo can accentuate your physique. “If you want to make your arms look a bit bigger,” says stylist Patrick Kenger, “find a polo with some ribbing around the end of the sleeves, which will hug your arms and help them ‘fill out’ the shirt sleeve.”

In addition, try to avoid shirts with lots of branding or big logos. “Keep it clean,” Kenger says.

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Stylists agree the polo is a versatile shirt, and you can wear it with quite a few different outfits. For starters, try using it as a replacement for your usual T-shirt.

“One of the best ways I’ve heard it put is that a polo is a gentleman’s T-shirt,” explains Kenger. “If you want to bump things up from the usual T-shirt and jeans outfit, then a polo is a great substitute.”

It also looks great with a suit. You can opt for a monochromatic look by matching your polo with the suit’s color, or go for a complementary color scheme, like a navy suit and pink polo, Cameron advises. You can also try pairing a polo with a bomber jacket, or wearing it with a simple pair of chinos and some sneakers.

Feeling inspired? Here are some of the best new polos to mix up your look this season.

Ralph Lauren The Earth Polo

Even Ralph Lauren, which is basically synonymous with “polo,” is updating its version of the shirt. Check out the Earth Polo, which is made from recycled plastic bottles: Each shirt saves about 12 bottles from heading to the landfill or ending up in the ocean.

[$ 90;]

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Lacoste Regular Fit Cotton Mini Piqué Polo

Stand out from the crowd by embracing the breezy tropical pattern on this shirt—a perfect print for summer. It also comes with a ribbed finish on the sleeves, which will help accentuate your biceps.

[$ 135;]

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Officine Generale Simon Garment-Dyed Slub Linen Polo Shirt

Who needs buttons? Not you. An inventive take on the classic shirt, this linen iteration does away with the three-button closure for a more relaxed, open collar.

[$ 170;]

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Baobab Polo Shirt

This shirt from up-and-coming menswear brand Baobab uses soft Pima cotton for comfort, and the company’s proprietary fabric treatment makes it resistant to stains, odor, wrinkles, fading, and shrinking. Hate laundry? The company claims you can wear this shirt 10-12 times between washes.

[$ 95;]

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Banana Republic Supima Cotton Sweater Polo

Supima cotton delivers excellent softness and comfort while stripes and dark accents make the neutral color pallete more eye-catching on this example from Banana Republic.

[$ 65;]

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Marine Layer Re-Spun Polo

Part of Marine Layer’s new Re-Spun collection, this polo is made completely from donated T-shirts and has no added dyes. That means you get a super-soft, sustainably made shirt with an awesome retro pattern to boot.

[$ 92;]

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Patagonia Trail Harbor Polo

This Fair Trade-certified polo from Patagonia is made from a hemp/organic cotton blend for good breathability and softness, and comes with a front chest pocket for a little extra style.

[$ 69;]

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Ministry of Supply Composite Slim Fit Polo

This trim polo is made from Merino wool, which makes it exceptionally soft and also naturally sweat-wicking and anti-microbial, so you’ll stay fresh all day.

[$ 85;]

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Outdoor Voices Clubknit Polo

Outdoor Voices has built a reputation for producing great functional basics, and this polo is no exception: Made from a poly/nylon/spandex blend, it wicks sweat and stretches for increased comfort as you move.  

[$ 65;]

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Rhone Commuter Tech Polo

Rhone is known for high-performance, stylish menswear, and that holds true with the company’s new Commuter Tech Polo, too. Anti-microbial, stretchy, and featuring laser-cut venting, it can keep up when you break a sweat, and the subtle “Micro-Check” pattern looks great.

[$ 92;]

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Fourlaps Level Polo

This polo comes with some serious performance specs: 37.5 technology, which uses active particles (which are made from volcanic sand) in the fabric that respond to humidty near your skin, venting moisture as you heat up, and trapping it when you get chilly. No matter what the weather’s doing, this shirt will keep you comfortable.

[$ 88;]

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Lululemon Metal Vent Tech Polo

This polo is built to work. It’s constructed without seams to avoid snags and increase comfort, the mesh fabric breathes well, and it’s finished with an antimicrobial treatment to fight odors. 

[$ 88;]

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Adidas Sergio Garcia Polo

Heads up, golfers: This polo takes inspiration from the one Sergio Garcia wore during his unforgettable 1999 PGA Championship appearance. It might not improve your score, but it’ll definitely keep you looking good on the course.

[$ 65;]

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Nike Dri-FIT Tiger Woods Vapor

Another solid option for hitting the links, this Nike polo’s stretchy, sweat-wicking fabric will keep you comfortable through 18 holes, and its bold pattern will help you stand out from the sea of pastels.

[$ 85;]

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Faherty Indigo Polo

Faherty brings its signature beachy vibe to this laid-back polo. It’s pre-washed for a nice faded finish, and it comes in a variety of great color combos—though we’re partial to this warm striped colorway.

[$ 98;]

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12 Must-See Men’s Looks From the 2019 Met Gala

The stars were out for the annual Met Gala, held last night in New York City. All eyes were on the pink carpet to see the celebs’ creative looks, and the internet, naturally, was blowing up with hot takes and reactions on who was best dressed (and worst). This year’s theme was “camp,” which led to some wild outfits and more than a little head-scratching. But the guys had a strong showing, too: Here are our favorite men’s looks from this year’s Met Gala.

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Michael B. Jordan

Step aside, suit jacket. The Black Panther and Creed star took things to the next level with this sleek embroidered jacket.

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Henry Golding

The leading man from Crazy Rich Asians walked the pink carpet in a very rock star-esque suit: metallic, sparkling, loud, and colorful.

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Odell Beckham Jr.

We’re not sure if Odell Beckham Jr. ripped his suit on the way to the gala and improvised it into this awesome fit, or if he planned it this way all along. Either way, all those football workouts mean he’s definitely fit enough to pull off a sleeveless jacket. 

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Liam Hemsworth

Liam Hemsworth kept things understated and classy with an all-black fit and a subtle metallic finish on his bow tie.

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Jamie Foxx

Jamie Foxx definitely stood out from the crowd of dark suits with his sequin-enrusted panther patch, shades, and purple shoes—a nod to his date, Katie Holmes.

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Kanye West

Kanye ditched the typical suit-and-tie getup for a more casual, streetwear-inspired look: A black Dickies work jacket over black pants. But come on, when has Kanye ever gone the “typical” route?

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Frank Ocean

Frank Ocean had a decidedly different take on the formal jacket last night: He went for a black quarter-zip pullover. It looked sleek, and it also meant he was ready for any unpredictable springtime weather—we salute that kind of preparedness.

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Alex Rodriguez

We love a guy who’s not afraid to wear pink, and A-Rod made a strong case for incorporating more of the color into your wardrobe with this sharp light pink tuxedo jacket.

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Richard Madden

Baggy pants, a single-button double-breasted jacket, shiny leather boots, giant paperclip lapel pin—we loved how Richard Madden brought it all together with one stark black color palette.

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Lewis Hamilton

British Formula 1 racecar driver Lewis Hamilton strode down the pink carpet in a shining zig-zag patterned tux that he helped design—a cool look for sure, but it did provoke some Derek Zookander comparisons on Twitter.

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Rami Malek

Velvet blazer? Check. Sparkling metallic shirt? Check. Black-and-red striped boots? Check. Rami Malek was went a few steps beyond your typical tux by bringing in some eye-catching materials and colors.

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Tommy John Is Revolutionizing Men’s Underwear

Tommy John is a revolutionary undergarment manufacturer that focuses on soft, cool, comfortable cotton underwear, t-shirts, socks, and loungewear that’s shaking up the apparel industry. Guys are going gaga for Tommy John, and now there’s a big sale on Bundles in its men’s collection.

What’s the most important thing about your undergarments? Function? Fit? Comfort? It’s a very personal thing. No matter what you value the most, Tommy John undergarments check all the boxes. And it’s guaranteed: If these aren’t the best underwear, socks, and you’ve ever worn, they’re totally, completely free.

There’s more. Active military and first responders get a 20 percent discount on all Tommy John products. And teachers, don’t fret: All US K-12 teachers, college faculty, and staff are eligible for a 20 percent discount as well.

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But you don’t need to be a hero to get a deal. Along with the sale that’s going on right now, Tommy John is offering a 15 percent discount if you sign up for its email newsletter, and free shipping on any order over $ 75.

Tommy John offers four distinct collections, defined by the fabric that performs like nothing you’ve ever worn:

COOL COMFORT. Designed for daily wear, the Cool Cotton collection uses an exclusive, breathable smart fabric that wicks away moisture to dry fast and cool quickly. It’s perfect for active guys, keeping you cool and comfortable even in steamy New York summers. Breathable and lightweight, the stretch cotton keeps you 2–3times cooler than normal cotton and dries 4–5 times faster.
SECOND SKIN. Constructed from a non-pilling micro modal fabric that’s sourced from Beechwood trees, this collection of silky boxers, briefs, socks and loungewear are so soft and luxurious it’s like you’re not wearing anything at all.
AIR. Fantastic for frequent fliers, this stretch mesh fabric with anti-microbial and anti-odor technology scores with minimal weight and maximum breathability. Quick dry technology means you can rinse them in the sink and wear them again in less than four hours.
360 SPORT. For the gym and performance, this stretch fabric ensures your underwear won’t ride up when you work out. Mesh cooling zones, with anti-microbial and anti-odor technology, keep you dry and fresh.

All Tommy John Bundles are on sale, but here are a few we’ve got our eye on.

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Air Boxer Brief 3 Pack

One of Tommy John’s most popular items, this bundle (normally $ 126) is ideal for travelers or anyone who sits for long stretches during the day. Hundreds of reviewers testify.

Get It: Get your 3-pack bundle of Air Boxer Briefs ($ 120) at Tommy John

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Cool Cotton Spring Sampler Pack

Great for long summer days, the Cool Cotton bundle (normally $ 90) includes a pair in basic black, one in grey heather with a blue Stay Put waistband and contrast stitching, and a stylish neo-retro striped design that’s sure to surprise (and impress).

Get It: Pick up your 3-pair bundle of Cool Cotton trunk briefs ($ 86) at Tommy John


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360 Sport 2.0 Trunk 3 Pack

Featuring targeted micro mesh ventilation zones and a bonded utility pocket for valuables, this 3-pack of 360 Sport 2.0 trunks (regularly $ 96) are by far one of Tommy’s most innovative products. Customers swear by their comprehensive support and comfort. A gym essential.

Get It: Pick up your 3-pack bundle of 360 Sport 2.0 trunks at Tommy John

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Second Skin Boxer Brief Spring Sampler Pack

Regularly $ 108, right now you can nab three pair of silky boxer briefs for just $ 103. With a contour piouch, horizontal Quick Draw fly for easy access, Stay Put waistband that won’t roll or leave marks, and 36 stretch that won’t ride up, they’re practically like going commando.

Get It: Pick up your 3-pair bundle of Second Skin Boxer Briefs ($ 103) at Tommy John

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Lounge Jogger and Henley Pack

TJ is way more than just underwear. This jogger/henley combo (regularly $ 158) is perfect for chilling around the house on a lazy Sunday. Luxurious tri-blend fabric, a generous-but-modern cut, and reinforced stitching ensure they’ll feel great and last for years.

Get It: Pick up your Lounge Jogger/Henley bundle ($ 150) at Tommy John

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The 4 Best Men’s Pants to Update Your Wardrobe This Spring

While we love a good pair of jeans as much as anybody, falling into a rut and wearing the same few pairs every day is never a good idea. With spring right around the corner, now’s the perfect time to revamp your lineup and get some fresh new pants into your closet.

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From casual, everyday wear to dressing up for an evening out, here are four pairs that will work well—and keep you looking good—no matter where you take them this spring.

PAIGE Lennox Pant

[$ 189;]

Dolce & Gabbana Cotton Pant

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Life After Denim Weekend Chino

[$ 138;]

Michael Kors Beach Trouser

[$ 98;]

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Men’s Journal Exclusive Offer: 25 Percent Off at Taylor Stitch

We’re always excited to feature a company that takes responsibility for its products, cares about its employees, and conscious of its footprint on our planet.

And right now one of those companies, Taylor Stitch, is offering an exclusive discount to Men’s Journal readers. For a company that doesn’t often have sales, this is indeed a Very Big Deal.

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Right now Men’s Journal readers can take 25 percent off select items at Taylor Stitch simply by checking out with the code TS25FORYOU. Refresh your winter wardrobe, get ready for spring, grab that jacket you’ve always had your eye on—however you want to justify it, you’ve got to get to Taylor Stitch right now and support a company that supports you. And the planet.

Here’s what’s available at this exclusive sale at Taylor Stitch.

The Montara Jacket in Vintage Blue

Originally from the 30s, the timeless silhouette of the Harrington jacket was revived as the weather barrier of choice for the counterculture trendsetters of the 60s, 70s, 80s and worn by dissidents from James Dean to the Clash. 

[$ 139, normally $ 178;   


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The Leeward Shirt in Navy Tartan

This wool-dominant blend is not only incredibly warm and insulating but it’s also lightly brushed, giving it a soft, pleasantly textured finish. Add to that a striking navy tartan, and you have a shirt that looks great from afar and even better up close.

[$ 149, normally $ 188;  


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The Coit Jacket in Blackwatch Wool

Blackwatch wool is a classic Scottish tartan, and the 80/20 wool/poly blend in the Coit will be sure to combat blustery climates from Northern California to Northern Maine. Weighing in at a burly 13-oz., it’s guaranteed to warm chilly nights in the colder seasons. You’re looking at a shirt jacket that’s staring at a solid twenty years of use.

[$ 189, normally $ 238;  


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The Après Hoodie in Olive Stripe Hemp Fleece

Hemp adds strength and abrasion resistance while also creating an unbelievable character of the finished garment. Pesticide-free by its very nature (it’s a weed), blending hemp with organic cotton forms a fabric free from chemicals harmful to our environment.

[$ 99, normally $ 188;]    


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The Yosemite Shirt in Camo

Built with 100 percent organic cotton flannel chamois, this heavy-duty perfectly brushed flannel never pills and just gets better with age. Good luck wearing through the elbows of this. The perfect outdoor men’s shirt? Maybe.

[$ 109, normally $ 125;]    




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The Truckee Jacket in Moss

Whether you’re using it as a camping pillow, throwing it over the shoulders of a loved one while huddled around the fire, or slipping it on after a day of shredding double blacks, the Truckee is bound to be your year-round go-to.

[$ 159, normally $ 198;]    


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The Winslow Parka in Navy

A custom natural un-dyed wool blanket lining under a naturally beeswaxed canvas—Halley Stevensons has been waxing fabrics since 1864—this weatherproof winter jacket will take you right through winter and on to summer. 

[$ 239, normally $ 298;]     


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The Primrose Jacket in Charcoal

Fusing technical details with an elegant urban aesthetic, this jacket is fully waterproof. The sleek trench silhouette guarantees that what’s underneath stays dry, whether it’s a sports coat or your faithful crewneck. And the cotton collar and front welt pockets give it a style that suits most any outfit.

[$ 259, normally $ 328;]    


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EXCLUSIVE: Givenchy to Return to Paris Men’s Wear Calendar in January

DIFFERENT STROKES: At least one major brand is battling the tide of coed shows.
After switching to joint women’s and men’s displays following the arrival of Clare Waight Keller as artistic director in 2017, Givenchy has decided to switch back to the men’s wear fashion calendar for the fall 2019 season, WWD has learned.
The French fashion house will stage a presentation on Jan. 16 during Paris Men’s Fashion Week, before returning to the runway in June, it said in a statement.
Waight Keller, whose coed spring collection was inspired by the gender-fluid style of Swiss writer Annemarie Schwarzenbach, will continue to show women and men side by side in her ready-to-wear and haute couture shows, the brand said. Her campaigns for the house have portrayed both genders in mirror-image pairs.
“Granting men’s wear a dedicated platform starting from January reflects the house’s support of Clare Waight Keller’s vision for the brand,” Givenchy said.
The move comes at a time when a growing number of brands are opting to present women’s and men’s wear at the same time. Celine and Maison Margiela staged their first coed shows this season, while brands including Stella McCartney, Balenciaga, Haider Ackermann and Sonia Rykiel featured models of both sexes

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Madewell Just Dropped a Men’s Collection Filled With Great Basics

It was a long time coming: Madewell, a brand synonymous with great denim and well-made basics, has finally dropped a collection for guys. Cue the (deserved) fanfare.

To fashion history nerds, this isn’t necessarily a new venture. Madewell was originally a men’s workwear brand that started in 1937, though was repurposed as a women’s label in 2004. Finally, after two years of design, research and fine-tuning, the brand launched a menswear line that’s perfect for upgrading your wardrobe with some really well-designed and stylish staples.

The drop features plenty of denim (21 styles in three fits), tees and jackets. It’s available starting today both at Madewell and at Nordstrom. Check out our picks below.

Madewell Brooklyn Graphic T-Shirt

Celebrate New York City’s iconic borough with a super soft cotton tee. Wear with dark wash denim or throw it on with a pair of sweats.

[$ 42;]


Madewell Slim Straight Fit Jeans

These stretchy jeans are designed to feel so comfortable, you won’t mind lounging in them after a long day. 

[$ 128;]



Madewell Classic Denim Jacket

A vintage-inspired denim jacket is bound to rack up miles in your wardrobe. This classic style is decidedly timeless, yet the lived-in faded black looks great paired with tees and hoodies.

[$ 128;]


Madewell Cotton Hoodie

You can truly never have too many hoodies. This one is made with soft cotton and has a structured (not sloppy) fit that makes it a great option to wear just about anywhere.

[$ 110;]


Madewell Slim Fit Selvedge Jeans

This slim cut pair looks smart, but the distressing gives it that rugged “lived-in” vibe.

[$ 158;]


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EXCLUSIVE: Dior to Stage First Men’s Pre-Fall Runway Show in Tokyo

PARIS — In the latest sign that Dior is beefing up its men’s business, the French fashion house plans to stage its first men’s pre-fall runway show with a collection designed by Kim Jones scheduled to bow in Tokyo on Nov. 30, WWD has learned exclusively.
The choice of location reflects not just the brand’s long-term relationship with the country, but also the British designer’s fondness for Japan and the strategic importance of the Asian market.
The show will coincide with a Dior men’s pop-up at department store Isetan in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, set to open on Nov. 28 for two weeks, that will carry the first collection designed by Jones. The capsule line for summer 2019 will simultaneously go on sale at the Dior flagship in Ginza ahead of its global launch on Dec. 1.
Jones told WWD in July the capsule would include denim pieces embroidered with Dior’s signature bee, as reimagined by U.S. artist Kaws, whose real name is Brian Donnelly, who also designed a monumental floral sculpture for the designer’s debut Dior show in Paris in July.
The spring collection featured new accessories, including a men’s version of the Saddle bag; belts with a stylized CD buckle created by Matthew

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Sandro Plans for Larger, Coed Stores as Men’s Turns 10

PARIS — There likely won’t be any iconic product launches or extravagant parties, but Sandro Homme is marking its 10th anniversary this year and has expansion plans that call for larger, coed stores.
“I am not really into celebrations,” said the label’s designer Ilan Chetrite, who added the men’s line of his parents’ budding apparel business a decade ago. It now sits in the SMCP Group alongside Paris brands Maje and Claudie Pierlot, controlled by the China-based Shandong Ruyi Group.
Chetrite, who relays his views firmly but with a soft-spoken demeanor, explained he has never been one to throw birthday parties.
“However, I thought it would be a bit selfish not to celebrate Sandro Homme’s 10 years because it’s a project, the work of a team, it’s a lot of energy and I would like to pay homage to the work that has been accomplished so far,” he added. “We’re having little celebrations, but nothing too ostentatious.”
Sandro turned to graphic artists at the agency Atelier Franck Durand to make posters for store windows in Paris that read, in French, “J’ai dix ans,” which means “I am 10 years old.” The statement is a nod to a song by French Eighties pop star Alain

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The best men’s sweaters of fall 2017

Need to stay warm and cozy this fall, but still want to look cool and breezy?

No sweat.

We’ve rounded up nine of the season’s best sweaters: cable-knit and turtleneck, cashmere and fitness-friendly. (And fine, even if a few of them are technically sweatshirts, we’ve got you covered for every occasion.)

1. Painted Hills Crew by Pendleton

A classic Pendleton design, in monochromatic splendor. This won’t ever go out of style. Shown in red. ($ 139,

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2. Serape Pullover by Chamula

An authentic design from the mountains of Mexico—and knitted by its indigenous artisans—this sweater is like a cozy souvenir from our beloved neighbors. Shown in navy. ($ 275,

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3. The Iconic Wool Rollneck by Polo Ralph Lauren

It’s a turtleneck, but it’s not a turtleneck. It’s a high-neck sweater, and you’re going to look so crispy at Thanksgiving dinner wearing this Italian-blend classic. Shown in brown. ($ 225,

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4. Men U Long-Sleeve Sweatshirt by Uniqlo

It doesn’t get simpler—or cheaper!—than this. You’ll wear it before bed, while making breakfast, as a thermal layer, to the movies, to the grocery store, to dinner, to the gym (wash it after, please), and every place in-between. Shown in gray. ($ 29.90,

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5. Round-neck Merino Jumper by COS

Your wardrobe demands a black sweater, and this one works in situations both casual and formal. It’s a staple, and not too costly. Best of all, merino is a natural sweat-wicking material, so you won’t overheat or soak in your own swampiness. Shown in black. ($ 99,

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6. Övik Folk Knit Sweater by Fjallraven

You can’t wear this to an ugly sweater party. Quite the opposite, really: It’s a beautiful pattern with complementary colors—to one another, and to you. Shown in dark navy. ($ 150,

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7. Striped Cashmere Crew by Vince

If you’re looking for an investment piece, you absolutely cannot go wrong with buttery soft cashmere in an easy-to-match pattern. Be ready for others to get cozy with you: It’s so smooth that they’ll be patting your shoulders for good luck. (Good thing you’ve been doing our sweater-weather workout, right?) Shown in black/breeze. ($ 385,

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8. Men’s Crew Neck Wool Cable Knit Effect Sweater by Lacoste

The croc says “preppy,” but the ribbed sweater is more universal—wear it to a dive bar and you’ll turn heads for how fly you look, not because you’re out of place. (You’re not. So roll back the sleeves and crack the cue ball.) Shown in Turkey Red 2 Mouline. ($ 185,

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9. Range Crew Golf Sweater by Nike

You needn’t be a golfer to pull this off. It’s just cozy enough to golf in—but also to wear to the little league basketball game, a casual dinner, or a brisk morning jog. Shown in black. (On Sale $ 59.97,

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The best men’s grooming gift ideas

Grooming products are the unsung heroes of the holiday season.

They’re as utilitarian as it gets, and no guy is going to complain about looking and feeling better—the benefits are immediate and visible.

So, let us help you help him: If you want to gift him something impressive, browse our favorite products of 2017.

1. For the essence

If you want to start him on a new scent, Cartier’s L’Envol de Cartier Eau de Parfum is an obvious choice: It’s woody with a pinch of honey and musk to keep things sweet but broody (from $ 90, Alternatively, stick an Old Spice Classic Solid Deodorant (from $ 4, in his stocking, too, for a scent that masks his natural musk but won’t overpower the cologne.

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2. For the beard

Everything he needs for his beard—except the trimmer—is in the “Man Sack” from Tiny Kitchen Soap Co: balm to tame flyaways and style, oil to soften the hairs and skin, and mustache wax for a fancy twizzle ($ 34.99, For the detailing (or for scruff, if he wants a clean trim), snag Conair Man’s 13-piece All-In-One Grooming System—it even has a nose- and ear-hair trimming attachment ($ 19.99,

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3. For the face

Any facial creams or serums from Lab Series’ Max LS line are the grooming equivalent of a gold label. The Maxellence Singular Cream ($ 160) is made from meteorite extract (really) to reverse aging, the Matte Renewal Lotion ($ 63) helps reduce shine while it nourishes skin, and Instant Eye Lift ($ 52) is the stocking stuffer for the guy who couldn’t sleep while anticipating his morning haul.

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4. For the body

Few bar soaps compare in size and effectiveness to Duke Cannon’s Big Ass Brick of Soap, and it’s no surprise we like the ones named “Naval Supremacy,” “Big Ass Beer Soap,” and “Big American Bourbon Soap” ($ 9, They smell incredible, and a six-pack ($ 33) might last till next year’s holidays. If you’re gifting for a body wash-loving guy, get him the Lqd Body Wash and Coffee Scrub Gift Pack. The body wash boasts coffee extract, aloe, jojoba, and avocado oil to keep skin soft while banishing dirt and grime, while the scrub rejuvenates and sloughs off dead skin. Together, they’re a match made in heaven. ($ 50 for 500ml body wash and 150g scrub,

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5. For the bare face

If you want to go all out, get him the RAZR Pro Lather Machine ($ 263.92, that builds a barbershop-caliber lather—and a hot one, too—for the smoothing, soothing-est shave. You’ll also want to pick up the shave concentrate that goes with it—it goes a long way (from $ 10.79 on As for blades, start him on a Harry’s subscription, so that he gets top-shelf blades and cream, replenished at healthy (that is, hygienic) intervals (from $ 3 per month,

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6. For the hands

The new kid to the U.S. market comes straight from the Holy Land: Maapilim’s Hand Cream ($ 27, uses ingredients from the Dead Sea to soothe your mitts and to retire dead skin while letting your healthy cells float to the top. (Plus, it has a scintillating bergamot-and-vetiver scent.) Ursa Major’s Perfect Zen Body Lotion ($ 26, is a super-natural healer as much as it is a body soother. (But use it for both!)

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7. For the teeth

Goby’s All-Black Brush Kit ($ 60 with subscription, will keep teeth pearly white, and a quarterly subscription (once every three months) will ensure a new brush head arrives at hygienic, ADA-endorsed intervals. The kit comes with a brush, head, charger, hygienic stand, and head cover. Plus: It’s sleek as hell.

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Men’s fashion week kicks off in New York

Menswear designers showcase their offerings for Spring 2019 in New York, including wearable art, pants with a twist. Elly Park reports.

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The best men’s fragrances to warm up winter

Like your go-to cocktails and your go-to outerwear, the fragrance you wear in winter should harmonize with the weather.

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9 men’s grooming habits to start the new year

A grooming resolution covers many bases: skin, hair, facial hair, hygiene, teeth, and more (just as a fitness resolution has all sorts of objectives, like cardio, lifting, and core work).

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Most stylish men’s smartwatches of 2018

One of the easiest ways to look better instantly is to dress up your wrist with a timepiece that looks and performs like you do.

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Alive and Kicking: London Men’s Designers Setting the Fashion Agenda

LONDON — With a thinning calendar and the absence of big-name brands — from J.W. Anderson to Grace Wales Bonner and Craig Green, this season at least, while he shows at Pitti — some in the industry have been wondering whether London Fashion Week Men’s can hold its own for much longer.
The event, which this year has dwindled to three days from four, is not giving up and a small, yet noteworthy, group of young designers is moving to the forefront, moving the needle on men’s wear by approaching genderless dressing in new ways, and experimenting with silhouettes and sustainable fabrics.
Retailers are paying attention, too, and are looking to London, which kick-starts the European men’s fashion calendar, to set the mood of the season and act as a crucible for trends and ideas.
“London is the first to present its collections, so it sets the tone for us of what’s to come. Despite all the big name exits, the event is still relevant and it’s important for us to attend and support our home-grown talent,” said David Aquilina, head of men’s wear buying at Harvey Nichols.
For Browns, the British retailer that made its name supporting emerging talent, there’s still an array of promising

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The best men’s antiperspirants of 2018

It seems like we dudes are always sweating, whether we’re at the gym or just sitting at the office doing absolutely nothing rigorous. We sweat on the commute to work. We sweat when we step inside and our bodies adjust to cooler temps. We sweat when we accidentally run a red light, or when we’re cooking dinner over the stove.

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The best men’s shampoos of 2018

Every guy has his own unique hair problems—it’s thinning, it’s too curly, it’s graying, it’s parched, the scalp is flaking, there’s no hair at all, and so forth.

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The Best Men’s Colognes of Summer 2018

Maybe it’s absurd, but we like to think of your favorite men’s summer fragrances as seasoning. If you put on too much, or the wrong garnish altogether, you’ve compromised the integrity of the dish. And in this case, you’re the dish, and the fragrance you wear is your salt, pepper, and Sriracha sauce.

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The Best Men’s Fragrances of Spring 2018

Every guy has a year-round go-to scent, but there’s no better season than spring to start fresh. Now is the time to stow any spicy, overly woody colognes that envelop you during the colder, dreary months—and replace them with something uplifting (and floral, and citrusy).

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5 Men’s Hairstyle Trends You Should Try in 2018

If you’re looking to buck tradition and try a new hairstyle this year (besides the overdone high-and-tight), there are plenty of ways to mix up your style without steering too far from the norm.

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Curling Champions! U.S. Men’s Curling Team Wins First Ever Team USA Gold In Huge Upset

The U.S. Men’s curling team may just be the newest representation of a “miracle on ice.” The team, led by John Shuster, became the first ever USA team to bring home an Olympic gold medal in Men’s C…

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Players to watch in Olympic men’s hockey

The 2018 men’s Olympic hockey tournament gets underway Wednesday, but you might not recognize too many names on the Pyeongchang ice. Chris Peters looks at players to watch, including some intriguing prospects. – NHL

10 Men’s Halloween Costumes That Are Already in Your Closet

Most adults who plan on celebrating Halloween will likely do it this coming weekend, when it’ll be slightly more acceptable to walk around dressed like a cartoon character under the influence of alcohol than it would be, say, next Tuesday night.

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Tom Ford to Show Men’s at New York Fashion Week

The mystery designer has been identified.
Tom Ford will take the final spot on the men’s portion of the New York Fashion Week calendar next month with a runway show on Feb. 6. The show will be held at 8 p.m. at the Park Avenue Armory, immediately following Joseph Abboud at 7 p.m.
Although Ford has shown his men’s wear in New York in the past, this will mark the first time the designer has shown his men’s collection alone during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. His most recent New York show was in September of 2017 when he kicked off New York Fashion Week with a women’s show at the Armory. His spring 2018 men’s line was shown in Milan.
Last month, the Council of Fashion Designers of America said that it had pushed back the dates of New York Fashion Week: Men’s slightly to Feb. 5 through Feb. 7, immediately preceding the women’s shows that start on Feb. 8 — and creating one big 10-day dual-gender event. At the time, Mark Beckham, vice president of marketing for CFDA, hinted that another “big-name designer” was about to jump onto the men’s calendar, but it took until Monday for Ford to be identified as

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Dallas Novelty Profiled in Men’s Health Magazine

Dallas Novelty, the online adult toy retail store with the motto “Sex is For Everybody,” has been profiled in Men’s Health, in an article called, “Meet the Paralyzed Man Making Sex Toys for People With Disabilities.” – Pleasure & Retail

London Fashion Week Men’s Fall 2018: Inspirations

From skiing to winning the lottery, London men’s wear designers looked to a wide range of subjects for inspiration for their fall collections. Here, some of the topics that sparked their creativity ahead of the shows, which begin on Saturday.
“This season we celebrate the 70th  anniversary of the Trialmaster jacket, which gave me an opportunity to revisit our British roots and present our Made in U.K. collection. Looking through our Trialmaster history led me to explore English youth subcultures and how our jackets have been adopted and customized since the Fifties. The iconic silhouettes from this era including the field, parka and biker jackets have been updated this season with added functionality and modern fabrications. The hero piece of the collection is the anniversary Trialmaster, which is entirely manufactured in the U.K., in a new tumbled coated cotton and reflective tape with badges, celebrating our heritage.” — Delphine Ninous, creative director, Belstaff
“A deep dive into the big blue. The collection stands as a creative call to arms and focuses on responsible design and sourcing to protect both planet and wearer.” — Christopher Raeburn
“It’s about escaping life, going to Noel’s house party and the adventures of kids’ coloring books.” — Liam Hodges
“This season’s collection explores

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Men’s Spring 2018 Trend: White Accessories

You can never go wrong with white and this season is no different, as fashion houses showcased white accessories once again, ranging from sunglasses to fanny packs and sneakers.

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Will you care about men’s Olympic hockey if neither NHL nor KHL take part?

The NHL has already decided to skip the 2018 Games. The KHL’s potential absence in light of the IOC’s ruling could drain the talent pool further, but hard-core hockey fans will still find compelling action and storylines to savor. – NHL

AMI Alexandre Mattiussi to Unveil Men’s Pre-collection

MISSING LINK: “I see it as a new chapter, we have in place very strong teams for both development and design and are ready to work to this new rhythm,” said AMI’s Alexandre Mattiussi, who, seven years after launching his men’s brand, is entering the pre-collection game.
Mattiussi described the line, which will launch in May, as a “nice midseason wardrobe,” mixing in bestsellers like the label’s outerwear and jersey items.
“It’s about bringing it back to something very masculine and casual, and very easy and light, with denim elements, and playing on khaki with touches of pale yellow and red,” said the designer, who has no plans to launch women’s despite the success of his recent women’s capsule for Le Bon Marché’s global site 24 Sèvres. “I have ideas for women’s wear, but I still like the idea that AMI is a men’s wear brand that is attractive to women who like to go and shop from the men’s line,” he said.

A look from AMI’s pre-collection line set to launch in May. 

With merchandise sporting the label’s “Ami de Coeur” logo in demand, the designer, for a capsule slated for early next year, will also be relaunching another logo: his smiley emoticon

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Men’s Activewear Trend: Pump Day

Compression garments with graphic elements, ultrathin outerwear in color-blocked designs and bolder logos throughout are helping to achieve the best performance without compromising style.

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Exclusive: Tommy Hilfiger Taps Shawn Yue as Men’s Ambassador in Asia

Actor Shawn Yue will appear as the first local brand ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger men’s wear in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan for fall 2017 and spring 2018.
The exclusive partnership reflects Hilfiger’s continued commitment to expand in Asia, its fastest-growing region. The campaign goes live Friday.
“We’ve seen exciting growth in both the overall business and brand awareness in China over the past few years. Our partnership with Shawn will solidify our position in the market and introduce our men’s wear business to a new consumer,” Tommy Hilfiger said Wednesday.
“He is at the center of pop culture in China, known for his incredible talent and is celebrated by young fashion followers across Asia for his cool, sophisticated style. He truly is a reflection of today’s Tommy Guy,” he added.
Asia is a key market for Hilfiger, which it entered in 2002 as one of the first premium designer brands. The company’s overall business in China, including e-commerce and stores, increased 14 percent in 2016. The brand has expanded its current store count to 357 from 100 stores in 2011. By year-end, Hilfiger expects to have 405 stores. Having launched e-commerce in China in 2012, Hilfiger became one of the first international

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Face Off: Which Men’s Anti-Aging Facial Cream Works Best?

The market is full of wrinkle-erasing treatments for men, and it’s getting more crowded by the day. But does the stuff work? And how can you tell which product to pick from a packed shelf? 

In truth, science is at the point where most quality manufacturers are producing age-fighting formulas that, to a greater or lesser extent, deliver on what they promise. What separates the good

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Streetwear Gets the Spotlight at the New York Men’s Shows

As fashion-show schedules evolve, under-the-radar designers get the chance to shine.

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Julien Macdonald to Launch Men’s Line During London Fashion Week

MACDONALD’S MENSWEAR LINE: London designer Julien Macdonald — known for his high-octane women’s wear — is making his first foray into men’s wear. When the designer shows his spring women’s collection during London Fashion Week later this month, he will include a handful of men’s looks on the runway, too.
Macdonald said while he had “always been interested” in designing a men’s wear collection, “I’ve never really found the right time to do it.” However, he said he’d been hit with inspiration when designing his current women’s collection.
The men’s looks revolve around knitwear – a Macdonald signature – and prints. Designs include layered, weblike knit sweaters and pants, and printed T-shirts. Among his inspirations were a recent trip to Bali, and the region’s architecture and traveling culture, and the designer has worked with fabrics such as techno gabardine, Neoprene, cotton and silk knits and what Macdonald called “exciting print techniques.”
Macdonald is resolute about who he wants the collection to appeal to. “It isn’t [a] gentleman,” he said. “I’ve taken inspiration from my own clothes and things I’ve seen guys in London wearing, especially in the East End, the Shoreditch area of London where the most fashionable kids hang out. It’s almost like a unisex of

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Back-to-School Style: Fall’s Best Men’s Accessories

Backpacks, sneakers and caps are “school supplies” that make back-to-the-classroom shopping fun. This fall season offers an array of appealing men’s accessories available in everything from bright colors to bold prints and textures.

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Back-to-School 2015 Style: The Best Men’s Jeans

Jeans are a timeless men’s staple and for back-to-school the key fit in denim is the slim cut. Details such as whiskering, ripped and repaired and dark indigo tones are some of the coolest treatments.

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Matt Goss tells Access about his latest Vegas shows, joining forces with the Susan G. Komen organization and announces his new men’s fashion line.

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One Wolf Men’s RTW Spring 2016

Imagine Pee Wee Herman on a hip hop safari and you might come close to Agnese Narnicka’s One Wolf men’s wear collection “The Tourist” for spring 2016. The Latvian designer, winner of the 2010 men’s Baltic Fashion Award and a 2014 Hyères finalist, sent her gents butterfly collecting. Each of the prize specimens found their way onto the necks of her fashion entomologists as a realistic silkscreen-printed butterfly bow tie.

For the rest of the gear, Narnicka proposed casually tailored and roomy cotton jackets, vests and coats, all with oversize cargo pockets and some sporting gun flaps at the shoulder. These were shown with stretch cotton fitted shirts, often under slim V-neck sweaters or a boxier three-quarter-sleeve style with gun flaps and megacargo pockets.

The pleated and five-pocket bottoms ranged from really baggy or comfortably ample below-the-knee shorts, midcalf pants along with pleated and five-pocketed baggy, semitrim and jodhpur-fit trousers. Worn all together, and with models walking in platform boots, things took on a wacky lilt, but viewed individually there were pieces with collector appeal.

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London Men’s Wear Designer Nicomede Talavera Puts Brand on Ice

TALAVERA TAKES A BREAK: Nicomede Talavera is putting his brand on hold with immediate effect. He will not be showing or selling a spring-summer 2016 collection, nor will his fall-winter 2015 collection be available for retail.
“Due to personal circumstance I have taken the decision to not show a collection for SS16, and to take time to now decide how to channel my creativity going forward,” the designer said in a statement Friday.
“I am extremely grateful for all of the support and belief over the last few years and for everybody who has been part of this journey. It has been an incredible experience and learning process,” he added.
Talavera graduated from the MA fashion course at Central Saint Martins in 2013, and founded his label soon after. His stockists include Dover Street Market, Joyce, Opening Ceremony, LN-CC, Space Mue and Machine-A.
He has received support from Topman’s Man showcase, and taken part in the Fashion East collective presentations during London Collections: Men. Earlier this year, he was the recipient of sponsorship and mentoring from the Center for Fashion Enterprise in London.

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Strateas Carlucci, Hood by Air and Balmain to Stage Paris Men’s Shows

DEBUTS AND ADIEUS: Men’s fashion week in Paris is reshuffling its roster.
After Damir Doma moved his label to Milan and Kris Van Assche shelved his namesake brand, Strateas Carlucci is slated to make its debut on the Paris fashion calendar, scheduled to run from June 24 through June 28.
The Melbourne-based brand, founded by Mario-Luca Carlucci and Peter Strateas in 2012, is to take the 12:30 p.m. slot on June 24.
Among other newcomers are Hood By Air, which is to present its men’s line for the first time on the Paris calendar, and Balmain, ready to stage its first runway show, following growing interest in the couture house’s men’s collections designed by Olivier Rousteing.
Miharayasuhiro, meanwhile, is opting for a presentation in lieu of a catwalk show, and Haider Ackermann will stage his “Men’s Wardrobe” in the format of a seated “private show” to a small circle of guests, following last season’s guessing game in the dark.

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Men’s Style: Is It Time for a Style Update?


Does any of the following sound like you?

-You’re wearing the same clothes and hair style you did ten years ago.
-You aren’t happy when you see yourself in the mirror.
-You look in your closet every morning and are unsure what looks good on you or what to wear in a given situation.
-People don’t respond to you in the ways you’d like them to.

If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then it’s likely time for a style upgrade.

Updating your style can include anything from a complete wardrobe and grooming overhaul to simply adding a handful of outfits to your closet. It all depends on your particular needs.

There are 3 routes you can take to achieving your upgrade:

1) DIY – Look through magazines and at blogs and earmark guys with styles who you like. Make a list of the individual elements of their looks that appeal to you specifically. Put that list in order of priority (you don’t want to try everything new all at once, or you could go down the path of fashion victim). This list may also be affected by your budget, i.e., if what you like is going to be very expensive, say a certain type of suit, that may need to go lower on the list than something less pricey like trying out some cool patterned socks. Make your way down the list incorporating one new element every few weeks. You can also check out this piece on how to define your personal style if you’re unsure even of what appeals to you.

2) Semi-Assisted – There are online courses which will teach you how to become self-sufficient with styling yourself with varying levels of individual help. You can search on google, and also check out my courses and see what resonates for you. Many of these courses (including mine) offer satisfaction guarantees and are therefore completely risk-free to try.

3) Fully-Assisted – Find an image or style consultant to help you one-on-one. Working with someone who is seasoned and knows what he or she is doing is a serious financial investment (my average client spends several thousand dollars to work with me). I would also highly recommend working with someone who specializes in consulting for men. You want someone who lives and breathes this stuff, and in my experience many image consultants who work with both men and women only work with men a small fraction of the time and therefore aren’t necessarily on top of the menswear market. Do a google search for “men’s image consultant/style consultant/personal stylist/personal shopper [where you live]” and see what comes up. You can also go to and check their listings for accredited image consultants in your area.

You should be able to tell pretty quickly from the person’s website if they’re the right fit for you. The aesthetic of their website is a direct reflection of his or her taste, which, given the visual nature of the business, is key. If you can’t find anyone you like in your area, then look for someone who does online consultations, and you might also consider traveling. I’ve had people fly coast-to-coast to work with me, and it makes sense if you think about it: the amount of money you spend on airfare and hotel could very possibly equal the amount of money you spend on mistake shopping purchases if you choose with the wrong consultant just because he or she is located near you. If it’s in your budget, you may also consider flying the consultant in to see you. It’s certainly more convenient if you can swing it.

Finally, if one-on-one seems like it’s going to be out of your budget, then contact a local fashion school with styling programs and ask if any of their students are looking for practice clients. Many up-and-coming stylists actually are looking for people to style, and they’ll help you either for free (in exchange for images for their website and/or testimonials) or at reduced rates. I worked with a practice client when I was at FIT, and it worked out great for both of us!

Are you ready to take the plunge to upgrade your style? If so, let me know in the comments below what you’re going to do first.
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