“You should put on the best version of yourself when you go out in the world because that is a show of respect to the other people around you.”
The best black tie and top-notch grooming at last night’s Emmy awards. Watch A$AP Rocky take advice from Snoop Dogg after talking decor with Kathy Griffin.
Going into last night, Cary Fukunaga was known for one thing: The most badass tracking shot in television history.
Now that the World Cup has been over for a bit and football (like, American football) looms on the horizon, you may have returned to your natural state of not giving a flying fuck about soccer. But caring about menswear is a year round hobby, which brings us to Yohji Yamamoto’s latest project, you know, since he’s one of the most legendary designers around. Part of what makes Yohji so special is his Y-3 line, which was one of the first collaborations between a high fashion label and athletic apparel company when it debuted in 2003, and has since inspired countless others
The best-dressed list of T’s Men’s Fashion Director, David Farber: nominees Matthew Bomer, Adam Levine and Jim Parsons.
Since it first debuted in 1997, the Air Foamposite 1 has been perhaps the most popular Nike basketball sneaker aside from the Air Jordans. Its technical innovations made it classic and its unusually high price point made it controversial
It didn’t get much classier last night than Sarah Silverman pulling out her vape pen —unless you want to talk the influx of vintage slickback styles that graced the red carpet. Most of the clean-cut dudes went for a more modern take on the look, opting for little to no side part and keeping the sides tight
It’s a big moment for Band of Outsiders. Not only is Scott Sternberg’s nouveau prep line celebrating a decade in business this year, but an NYC flagship is about to open up shop next month. To celebrate, the label is taking a much-deserved look back (but, you know, ahead too) with their Fall 2014 campaign.
People must be watching The Big Bang Theory , because Johnny Galecki is pulling in a million dollars per episode. And, hey, good for him.
“The worst thing is not even dreaming of winning.”