“Grandpa’s favorite cap feels fresh once more and this fall, it’s one of the most handsome hats you can sport for the cooler months ahead. Tweed versions, like this one from the over 300-year-old Lock & Co company, imbue even the most casual looks with some gentlemanly spirit.”— GQ creative director, Jim Moore $125 , available at Mr Porter.com Story: GQ Selects: October 2014
Even if you don’t listen listen to One Direction, chances are you know they’re, like, a big fuckin’ deal. It also turns out their frontman, Harry Styles, has been dressing pretty well this year, sporting a wardrobe consisting almost entirely of Saint Laurent Paris. Who can blame him?
Black-tie events are kinda becoming unacknowledged style competitions.
No menswear, but the video game inspiration and Joan Smalls cameo makes Alexander Wang’s new video for H&M a must-see. Those more interested in the clothes, click here . ( Style.com ) Jeremy Scott mixes Batman with an Adidas Original
“A solid blue dress shirt can be found anywhere. But the right solid blue dress shirt–not quite baby blue, not quite sky blue, definitely not periwinkle—can be a more difficult search. But not when Hackett is producing the smart spread collar shirt you see here
Short of dressing up like a pumpkin or pulling on a sweater with leaves knit on it, wearing military green is one of the best ways to get in the fall spirit.
At the end of last night’s Gentlemen’s Ball, emcee Andy Cohen said he felt like his life “is a waste.” After sitting in a room full of humanitarians of both the big celeb and regular Joe variety, who can blame him? For the seventh year, the GQ Gentlemen’s Ball saluted ten men who’s commitment to their communities defines what it means to be gentleman today. In recognition of their efforts, Ambassador Awards, presented by Nautica, were awarded to Andrew Garfield, for his support of Worldwide Orphans and Youth Mentoring Connection , Joshua Jackson, for his support of Oceana , Taylor Kitsch, for his support of the African Children’s Choir , George Lopez, for his involvement with the Lopez Foundation , and Zachary Quinto, for his support of The Trevor Project
A new, limited-edition watch from Ulysse Nardin comes equipped with a musical mechanism that plays the song “Strangers in the Night.”
We should’ve seen this one coming. Now that monk-strap dress shoes have gone from rarefied to mainstream, designers are embellishing more and more footwear with serious hardware. Just please (please, guys!) don’t wear yours in front of us at airport security
James Franco acts out life post-apocalypse.