Shot by Lope Navo for Factice #2 I’ve been noticing in the girl’s editorials lately that the answer to updating all the drapey whatnot you have from the last couple of years is just to throw a belt over the whole shebang. Looks like the same idea works OK for the gentlemen, as well. But […]
Black Flag tribute? Asger Juel Larsen’s Autumn/Winter 2011 collection [ad name=”post ad image”]
I spent the weekend in Los Angeles, which of course required a trip to Melrose to gawk at the fashion victims (men: blue jean jeggings are not OK) and visit Forgotten Saints. I always find something worth coveting there, but this trip’s winners were all in the men’s department- jackets from Junker. (Warning: the Junker […]
Photography by Leon Mark for i-D. You just can’t beat the classics. But it doesn’t hurt to update them a bit- the big shearling collar peeking out from under a studded jacket is a great update for a look that’s been holding it’s own for better than 30 years. [ad name=”post ad image”]
Am I only loving this collection because I just watched Slueth? Nah. I’m just a sucker for vests. [ad# post ad image]
Back to Black, shot by Idris + Tony for 2 Magazine Lots of interesting feminine details in a men’s editorial- nothing too over the top- just enough to soften the look a little. I’m especially into the lace gloves, but the collar on the top jacket is pretty brilliant, as well. I wish there was […]
photo credit unknown It’s time for yet another installment of random images that end up in my ‘guys fashion’ folder… Photo by Steven Klein Photos by Rene Habermacher And possibly my current favorite… Shot by Steven Klein [ad# post ad image]
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Asher Levine S/S 2010 I really like this thing. It looks fun to dance in. But I can’t help thinking of it as some sort of Gawth ghillie suit, perfect for creeping unnoticed through darkened clubs, blending in with everyone’s dreadlocks. [ad name=”post ad image”]
Photos by Cameron Krone for Dazed and Confused Japan, October 2010. [ad name=”post ad image”]
J.W. Anderson succeeds in translating the sheer trend into something wearable for guys. Sadly, they failed at translating the studded shoe trend. I had shoes like that once, after walking down Bourbon Street at three am on Fat Tuesday…
“The Masculine Collections”, shot by Driu & Tiago for Metal #19 Dust covers: so hot right now.
Shot by Daniel Sannwald for Metal #19 via SteelMachines
I like to imagine that this shirt is magnetic, and comes with a box of metal toothpicks. Photography Dimitris Theocharis for Schön!
I figured it was about time for one of those random posts where I kick everything out of my ‘guys fashion’ folder. This is scattered, but each of these pictures had something going on that was totally worth saving. The top one is obvious- that jacket is fantastic. I’m usually pretty over photoshoots with gas […]
Cyberoptix Tie Lab Still doing it, and still doing it well.
“Chop my Blood”, shot by Benny Horne Of all the simple changes to men’s fashion that would rock my socks off, fitted tailoring is right at the top. Most men’s shirts and jackets make everyone look pretty much rectangular, and I have to say that when I think of sexy shapes “square” is not one […]
I am not usually an Armani fan. But damn, that’s a good coat.
Bits to Atoms is totally unapologetic geek chic. These rings are as much about process as they are about final product. With phrases like “sculpted with 3D CAD parametric software” and “Select Laser Sintering usually used as a rapid prototyping tool”, I get the feeling I’ve finally found jewelry the men in my life will […]
Ya got a problem with that? Or does it incite bliss? Whatever the case, designer Bliss Lau’s Bolero presents somewhat of a visual-mathematic challenge. Apparently, this multi-function, unisex body chain can be worn “more than six ways”— one of which is displayed above; another, below: Torrent, however, is listed as having “more than three” options
All of a sudden the last couple of weeks, I’m finding guys’s stuff again. Photographs by Saverio Cardia.
Ann Demuelemeester‘s Menswear for S/S 2011 is a win pretty much across the board. Sleek and sexy with big stompy boots. Yeah, I like that. More after the jump…
Accessories from Germany’s Garland Coo. Their website is strangely creepy.
Photography by Aline & Jacqueline Tappia, via Coute Que Coute
Photography by David Sims. I’m not quite sure why I like this so much. I think it reminds me of the kids I knew way back when, when taking acid and doing really bizarre shit to your hair was the only thing going on a Saturday night.
I know we don’t post much guys fashion around here- there just isn’t that much of it to post. A lot of times I’ll see one or two neat things in a collection or editorial, but the rest will be pretty awful. So, here are a few of those images that are hanging around on […]
via Coute Que Coute So far, my favorite things about the fall shows have been the hybridization of the fringe trend with the Necklush trend to form some sort of marvelous cat’s cradle fashion, and the increasingly interesting use of lazer-cut leather. This collection has both in spades, and introduces the lazer-cut leather to into […]
HM Reader typhoid spotted these tentacle ties from the Cyberoptix Etsy shop. Admittedly, I’m still partial to ours…
Hood Cloak Cape, $67.15 For once, an eBay find for the gentlemen – Youstar . All right, guys, this one comes with a warning. Not everything in this seller’s store is awesome. In fact, some of it is downright douchetastic. But there are definitely a few neat items in here, most in a decent range […]