Tagged: Menswear

The Guys Behind Common Projects

The Guys Behind Common Projects

For well over a decade now, Common Projects has defined the luxury sneaker. As we wear ours into another new season, we revisit an interview with the iconic brand’s founders from Human Being Journal.

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Studio Visit: Richard Haines

Studio Visit: Richard Haines

Richard Haines is among the most well-known illustrators working in fashion today. He cut his teeth in fashion design but has come to practically reinvent the art of menswear illustration and has worked prolifically for the likes of The New York Times, Prada, Dries van Noten and GQ. His seminal blog, What I Saw Today, is a feast […]

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Introducing: AMI

Introducing: AMI

In fashion, there is only one constant: Paris. Though it cycles in an out of favor from season to season and decade to decade, the original home of haute couture and Truffaut film noir will always have some little something over the cold rigour of Copenhagen, the brashness of New York, London’s cerebral experiments or […]

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Book Review: Menswear Illustration

Book Review: Menswear Illustration

Richard Kilroy’s upcoming Menswear Illustration from Thames & Hudson is a cherrypicked compendium of the very best illustrators making work related to men’s fashion today. It contains a nice spectrum of artistic styles, from the intimidating tough guy bravado of Marco Kleifisch and the choc-a-bloc panels of stylized dandies of Jiiakuann to the painterly, somber John Salt-esque works of Lee Song. There are, […]

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Introducing: Merz b Schwanen

Introducing: Merz b Schwanen

Aside from Berlin’s grungy street style and rare icons like Birkenstock and Jil Sander (which moved to Italy years ago), Germany might be one of the last places that comes to mind when thinking of apparel. While the world knows that “Made in Germany” is a mark of superlative quality through names like Miele and Audi and […]

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Introducing: John Elliott + Co

Introducing: John Elliott + Co

No hyperbole: John Elliott + Co.’s basics are stop-you-in-your-tracks excellent. They evince an off-the-charts level of attention to detail, and it is clear they are the products of a labor of love. Pick up a John Elliott sweatshirt and pore over its seams, its hidden pockets and the plain goodness of its construction. They’re made in […]

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Washed Denim

Washed Denim

Denim. The ubiquitous staple, originally a favorite of the working-man, was launched into proliferation by the American post-war baby boom. As models for textile creation shifted, the small-scale (slower) shuttle looms that crafted the beautiful imprecision of classic selvedge denim were pawned off to a recovering Japan. Faster, mass-market projectile looms gained favor amongst American […]

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Introducing: Alex Mill

Introducing: Alex Mill

Mass production has long meant mass-indifference, as we’re generally left to fit generic, modular objects into the fine contours of our lives. But we run the opposite direction, and so are always happy to find headstrong, do-it-your-own-way types in blazing a better path where none existed before. Alex Mill is just such a company. Founded […]

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Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy Video

Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy Video

For the 14th event in our Meet the Maker series, we hosted influential menswear designer Mark McNairy in our Richmond, VA store. To mark the special occasion, we filmed Mark in his Garment District factory and talked with him about the inspiration behind his designs and the ever-changing nature of the menswear market. Directed by Duncan […]

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Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy

Meet the Maker: Mark McNairy

Mark McNairy is an American menswear designer born and bred in North Carolina who first fell in love with menswear while thrifting in his southern hometown. Inspired by classic suiting and Brooks Brothers, McNairy launched his eponymous line in 2008 with a collection of classic men’s shoes handcrafted in Northamptonshire, UK. His line, Mark McNairy […]

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Introducing: 6397

Introducing: 6397

6397 is a ready-to-wear in-house collective project from The News showroom, in response to the needs of the modern woman. With an effortless style and boyish spirit, the line is made up of essential pieces that are understated and minimal, and free of decoration and unnecessary detail. We got the inside scoop on how the […]

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Sean Hotchkiss Wishlist

Sean Hotchkiss Wishlist

Sean Hotchkiss is a writer, editor, creative consultant and brand strategist living in Manhattan. The on-the-go fashion journalist and style aficionado is widely considered a fashion expert, and it’s not hard to see why. His client list is like a who’s who in menswear, with just about anything he touches adding to that who’s who list. […]

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