For our latest collaboration with renowned men’s life and style blog Street Etiquette, we partnered with Topman to send SE founders Joshua Kissi and Travis Gumbs from New York City to England to explore the British brand’s roots. Now presenting our third installment of Travel Etiquette: London.
Having reached the mid-point of Movember—the month during which men all over the world grow moustaches to raise awareness and funds for important men’s health issues—we thought we’d offer some ‘stache-strengthening inspiration from a pro-grower, comedian Nick Offerman, above. So hang in there, gentlemen—and keep on cultivating, even in the face of humble stubble patterns.
Read on to see how some of our colleagues here at Nordstrom HQ are doing their part this Movember.
Nordstrom Men’s Shop and EDIT magazine present ‘Exposure NYFW’—an unconventional vision of New York Fashion Week, shot on disposable cameras by industry insiders.
We’ll continue rolling out exclusive imagery from the project as it develops. Today’s photos come from Jeff Carvalho, the man behind Selectism and Highsnobiety. Follow Jeff’s various endeavors on Instagram at @jeffcarvalho.
Visit TheEditMag.com for more—and look for additional exclusive
photos here on Men’s Shop Daily in the days to come.
How great is this picture of picture-takers?
The rogues’ gallery of street-style photographers above—snapped on the streets of Milan by our fashion-week guest editor, Australian blogger Zanita Morgan—goes to show that all-black everything is a look that’s not just for mimes and punk rockers. The lensmen above pull it off with aplomb in a variety of styles, from a classic black T-shirt to more avant-garde drop-crotch pants. The muted palette makes it all about fit and accessories, calling attention to their individualized selections in shoes, hats, glasses, beards, and of course high-tech hardware. [SHOP BLACK.]
And then there’s the shot below—evidence that the fairer sex doesn’t look half bad in all black, either. For more photos by Zanita, from Fashion Weeks around the world, visit our sister blog, The Thread.