Balenciaga debuted the brand’s first-ever men’s runway show this week, designed by much-hyped new creative director Demna Gvasalia. The results were great, assuming there’s a large swath of male luxury consumers interested in looking like two young children stacked on top of each other inside a trench coat.
The Snowpocalypse is behind us. Temperatures are rising. It is time for bare legs. Not just for women. For men. It's time. For. Shorts.
The Met Ball is fast approaching on its aspirational, inscrutably-themed wings, and hoardes of male celebrities are quaking in terror and uncertainty.
Well, I guess this is one way to get people talking: at the Fendi fall '14 menswear show yesterday in Milan, the runway was covered in a thick layer of dark fur. "Faux, I hope," wrote Matthew Schnieir of Style.com on an Instagram photo depicting some tasteful leather sneakers mid fur-stomp.
Even if you consider yourself open-minded, some of the pieces from the Autumn/Winter mens' fashion week 2014 collections in London may give you pause.
Moziah Bridges began designing and making his own bow ties when he was just 9 because, as he says, "I really was a young, dapper man and I couldn’t find any other bow ties that I really liked." So he started his own business that really took off, and now the precocious 11-year-old is melting hearts with his success…
Yoko Ono's men's clothing line hit the Internet today. Many words come to mind. Conservative. Wearable. Classic. The kind of clothes a man can wear and feel good in while making a presentation to a new client in the boardroom, or on the 6:20 train home to Greenwich.
Everybody has an opinion about Paul Ryan's "style." And that opinion is: it's bad.
Prada did something unusual for its men's wear show: it stocked the cast with famous actors. Willem Defoe, Jamie Bell, Adrien Brody, Gary Oldman, Tim Roth, Emile Hirsch, and Garrett Hedlund all walked around modeling Miuccia Prada's latest collection of snobby, bemedaled clothes for playboys. The Times rated them as…
Men's fashion week has wound its way through Milan and Paris, leaving streaks of body makeup and memories of ridiculous clothes in its wake. When your stockbroker is also a leather daddy, buy him Versace. He'll thank you. And if you stare intently at the yellow pants for long enough, a picture of a handsome, stylishly…
Attention dudes: The banana hammock is officially in. Adjust your purchasing plans accordingly. And ladies, it might be time to reconsider your tastes, starting with Glee's Matthew Morrison. And the unrelated-but-illustrative image at left should maybe help too.
A piece published in the Guardian yesterday has forced me to come to terms with something I've been fighting for a long time, which is this: I think male cleavage is kind of hot.
A new photo book by Daniele Tamagni explores the phenomenon of sapeurs, a clique of extraordinarily dressed dandies from the Congo. In the midst of war and abject poverty, these men dress in tailored suits, silk ties, and immaculate footwear.
Fashion week has begun, and ladies aren't the only ones getting presented a new vision for fall: There are a few designers showing for men today. Perry Ellis (designed by John Crocco) pictures Spring 2009 as a parade of plaid shirts, seersucker suits and pink shorts. Would any guys you know dress like this? (Click the…