A recent poll conducted by a men's clothing startup finds that millennial men are vain about their butts and are still getting shopping help from their moms.
Raf Simons staged his SS18 menswear show in the heart of New York City’s Chinatown — centered in a small alleyway that reeked of fish. Surprisingly, the pungent smell and unconventional venue choice didn’t deter A-listers like Julianne Moore, Jake Gyllenhaal, designer Marc Jacobs, or A$AP Rocky from standing outside during peak New York humidity to witness Simons’s show.
There's something about dad fashion that's so bad, it's good. And on the list of top Dad Style Heroes, one man stands out: former president and ultimate dad, Barack Obama. He stepped out this past week in Indonesia, dressed for both business and pleasure. Once again, we were remind that Obama claims the spotlight every single time he steps out wearing something other than a well-tailored suit. Here's a look back at some of his best looks. From Esquire
Five menswear experts, including buyers, editors, and bloggers, share their advice for mens summer style, the items they can't live without, and the trends they could do without.
Roger Stone, a provocative political operative and on-off Trump adviser, defends his political and sartorial record.
A model wears a pink satin bomber jacket from Fear of God’s fifth collection. It’s been more than a year since Jerry Lorenzo, the founder and creative director of the cult-favorite streetwear line Fear of God, launched a collection. Fear of God’s fifth collection will include for the first time size extra small and shoes in women’s sizes.
With its Fall/Winter 2017 presentation in New York, Bode, the menswear line designed by Emily Adams Bode, is fresh to the New York men’s fashion circuit.
Raf Simons, the fashion industry’s designer crush, just showed his men’s collection in NYFW: Men’s, and it was a love letter to his new home town, New York City. The Belgian designer’s much-anticipated move to NYC, for his new job as chief creative officer at Calvin Klein, has been buzzed about for months
New York Men's Fashion kicks off this week, and we’re here to share the best, buzziest looks from Day 1.
At its latest runway show in Paris, the fashion world’s admiration and obsession with Vetements is still as strong as ever. The brand — which you may remember for its $1,000 sweatshirts, $100 socks, and tons of celebrity fans like Rihanna — last season moved its show from the usual Paris Fashion Week schedule (September and February) to the Haute Couture calendar (January and July).
In 2015, he wore an all-white Batman suit to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s wedding (as well as to his prom). But everyone knows it’s too exhausting to wear a full superhero getup every day. For that, and for Jaden, there’s Undercover Fall 2017.
In early December, Donald Trump’s tie made social media waves when gust of wind blew it back to reveal a piece of Scotch tape. Well, Trump's trusty tape trick has been revealed again — on Inauguration Day.
We’re here to help, because nothing pleases us more than to help you spend your hard-earned cash. We kick off our gift guides with one for the guys because sometimes, its the men in our lives that are the most difficult to shop for.
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IMG Models is betting on it. The agency is launching a brand new men’s plus-size division called ‘Brawn,’ rather than the typical “big and tall.” As IMG’s president Ivan Bart told WWD, “Brawn has a body positive message. It’s those qualities that led Bart to sign actor and comedian Zach Miko as IMG’s first brawn model.
As well as being a global heart throb and a talented vocalist, Harry Styles (who turns 22 today) is something of a style maven. With his long, rock star curls and eclectic designer-filled wardrobe, he’s come along way since he was snapped in Jack Wills hoodies and baggy jeans during his stint on the X Factor.
Today, we celebrate the divine creation of Nike’s hottest-hitter: the Air Force 1. The style is 34 years old, and in its lifetime, Nike has conceived nearly 2,000 iterations of the silhouette— now available in low, mid, and high— and in many, many colors. The AF1, which typically starts at $140 a pop (except for the 25th anniversary style in crocodile and anaconda leather, adorned with gold-tipped laces for a staggering $2K), has brought in considerable sales over the years: an estimated $800 million per year in revenue. Really, who would have thought that a pair of Nike’s could be purchased at major auction houses like Paddle8 with starting bids in the tens of thousands?
You’d think that in Milan and Paris, the men’s runways would mimic the streets: hunky guys dressed to the nines in immaculately fitted suits, slicked back hair, and $1,000 leather loafers (or, the Gucci furry shoes that are still a hit). Well, not this season. For the men’s fall 2016 shows, which culminated last night in Paris, some designers showed avant-grade fashion that incorporated recurring themes usually seen on women, like plunging necklines, skin-tight tops, and, perhaps worst of all, dresses. The boys also experimented with some quirky beauty trends, too, from sky-high hairdos to white face paint.
We’d be constantly taking selfies too if we were this gorgeous. Photo: Getty Fashion’s love for social media is well documented and the torrid affair continued on the Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2016 Men’s runway at the label’s cowboy-themed fashion show. The Italian fashion house opted for a quite literal interpretation of their Sicilian-Western theme, emblazoning their offerings with cacti, lassos, covered wagons, pistols – pretty much any prop you would have on the set of a western movie. But it appears this collection was for the type of cowboy who is not ashamed of his own vanity.
ZZ Top was right: Every girl IS crazy ‘bout a sharp dressed man (and plenty of boys are, too). Even though most “best dressed” lists, accumulated throughout the year from red carpet appearances, press junkets, and fashion shows are generally comprised of all women, we thought it was about time we let the guys shine—just this once. After all—variety is the spice of life. With that in mind, may we present to you: The 13 best dressed famous men of 2015.
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