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Tweed sport coats, sweaters, and denim shirts make our list of 50 Fall Classics That Will Never go Out of Style (Credit: Photograph by Svend Lindbaek)
The laid-back low-top sneaker made famous by Chuck Taylor has long been a favorite for spring and summer. With its first shoe collection, The Hill-Side is giving the American classic a Japanese twist.
Yvon Chouinard built the Patagonia brand from a few pairs of canvas shorts in 1973 to the $600 million business it is today. Now, he wants to sell you a piece of fish.
Paisley is back in a big way (although some designers argue it never left). If you’re considering giving the print a spin, here are 5 tricks to pulling it off. How (and why) to Wear Paisley.
It’s playtime. Here’s our round-up of 18 classic sneakers and why you should consider adding them to your summer wardrobe.
Marine Layer, a San Francisco clothing company, figured out how to make the softest shirts around by combining cotton with Modal, a fabric typically relegated to women’s lingerie. Here’s how it happened.
Picking the right swim trunks will help you feel confident and comfortable – on the beach, board, or water. Here are 5 rules for picking the right ones.
We asked the experts and found out everything we could about Kelly Slater’s new lifestyle line. Here’s the rundown.
There’s no way around it. This is the most gorgeous leather jacket we have ever seen. Behind Aether’s new Eclipse Motorcycle Jacket.
We asked barbers from across the country to weigh on what guys should be doing to grow, maintain, and care for the most popular styles of facial hair. Here are the best beard styles and how to get ‘em.
Two words: wrist candy. Here are the best watches from Baselworld.
Introducing the most perfect leather sneakers on the market.
Away with the houndstooth and roll up your sleeves. It’s chambray season!
Check out Bell’s modern take on a vintage motorcycle helmet. A lid that looks back.
Buying sunglasses is a high-stakes decision. Like hats, they can make you look great by accenting and emphasizing the natural symmetry of your face or highlight your absolute worst traits. Here’s our guide to picking the right frames for your face.