Matt Baldwin makes good jeans, but you already knew that. What you might not know is that Baldwin and his team are just as interested in what happens to their denim once you’ve worn the hell out of a pair as they are in expertly crafting them for you in the first place
From floppy discs to frosted tips, seven cultural touchstones that deserve to be recycled. ( New Yorker ) Damien Hirst teams up with french taxidermy mecca Deyrolle to create a cabinet of curiosities filled with bug killer, skulls, and foxes at odds.
Seven years ago, a road trip through the U.S. inspired Danish photographer S
You’ll be hard-pressed to find a bigger advocate of the “Shorter Pants for Men” movement than us. We always say pants on your suit should have no break, and we’re all about flashing some ankle in casual looks. But there is such a thing as taking it too far.
Another season means another collaboration between Supreme and denim giant Levi’s, who’ve come together in the past for some dope denim products that appeal to more than their usual crowd of teens on skateboards. Sure, they’ve done some pretty wild stuff (camo and overalls have made appearances), but this season they’re keeping things simple with a checkerboard-lined washed denim jacket and jeans.
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“What’s so great about this sweater from the Ovadia brothers is how it feels so soft and luxe, but has the rugged appearance of a classic crewneck army-style sweater. The silk rib knit ensures the sweater will keep it’s slim fit, while the texture is going to bring visual interest to any other piece you put it with, from a CPO jacket to a tailored blazer.”— GQ creative director, Jim Moore $695 , available at Mr Porter.com STORY: GQ Selects: September 2014
Albert Einstein, genius, inventor of the theory of relativity, and now, prophetic fur shoe trend forecaster. $620, available at AcneStudios.com
From the new issue of GQ Style, out now Fashionable men (or at least Scottish clans) have been wearing argyle on stuff like socks, sweater-vests, and kilts since at least the 1600s, so it’s about damned time for an update. Now musicians and the designers who dress them have taken the O.G. tartan pattern and blown it up—warping the scale, turning it sideways, and generally injecting it with the attitude it’s been sorely missing
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