Ethan talking about undershirts that are meant to be shown? Has the world gone mad??
The Gooch Bros. are back again, bringing everyone back to the Arts District for a great evening of music, snacks, and great brands.
You know those rules you always learn early in life which you later go on to break, because it’s just so much fun? Yeah, that’s me with using black (and wearing dark fits in general) within classic menswear.
To some, it’s definitely a bit subversive. And that’s cool as hell.
Visiting Bryceland’s was an incredible experience because it allowed me not only to see the store which has inspired me so much in recent years, but also because of the opportunity to meet one of my style icons.
I can only hope that I acted as chill as I thought I was being.
No April Fools joke this year. Just another event recap where we took Drake’s new collection, catch up with Chris, and take some weird-ass pictures.
Then again, I don’t know what else you expected.
Round three, here we go!
Absurdly long article on a garment that almost no menswear writer has touched on.
In the world of vintage casualwear, one article of clothing reigns supreme: the sportshirt. Because of its uniquely shaped collar (which lies flat and creates a notch, like a jacket’s lapel) it is commonly known on the internet as the Cuban or camp collar shirt. While the term loop collar has been thrown in the mix, it’s best known among true vintage enthusiasts and collectors as the sport shirt.
There have been a few articles written by other people on this subject, but none of have gone past the 1950s and 1960s in terms of history. We’re here to put the record straight on this classic piece of vintage menswear that was worn by men of all ages in a variety of different outfits.