From Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade to rapper Kendrick Lamar to our friends at Street Etiquette, we’ve been seeing men everywhere sporting one of our favorite new evolutions in male leg coverings (otherwise known as pants): Jogger Pants. And it’s easy to understand why: Besides being abnormally comfortable (many have elastic at the waist as well as the cuffs), they cut a lean, tapered silhouette that shows off your favorite shoes, without pesky concerns about rolling or hemming your pant leg.
Keep reading to see three ways to wear them: on the weekend, at the office, and for a night out.
Inspired by “gloomy shipyards, stormy northern skies and maritime paraphernalia,” the latest vision from our friends across the pond at Topman contained enough oversized coats and densely netted sweaters to warm the bones of the most grizzled sailor.
Keep reading to see a video of the Topman Design Autumn/Winter 2014 fashion show, which took place yesterday at London Collections: Men, opened with prose by a Punk Rock-era poet, and ended with an indoor downpour drenching the models. Good thing they were dressed for the weather.
While the name of one of our favorite menswear mood boards (How to Talk to Girls at Parties) is admittedly tongue-in-cheek, there’s nonetheless a kernel of truth to it. Intelligence, humor, confidence, karaoke prowess—all key factors in procuring a mate. But we’d only be deceiving you if we said personal appearance doesn’t play a factor as well. (Looking sharp also induces confidence, which leads to karaoke prowess, which…well, really, it’s all related.)
Keep reading to see our new take on black tie. Consider it step one to ending up like the men on the left in the photo above—instead of the dude in the funny hat playing Candy Crush at the stroke of midnight, seen at right.
Last night, artistic visionaries, musical geniuses, and our favorite concert photographer descended upon New York City’s Highline Ballroom—all for a good cause.
The Other Ball (presented by Topman/Topshop and benefiting Arms Around the Child) honored “quiet revolutionaries changing the world,” like photographer Mark Seliger, and featured performances by a brilliantly eclectic musical lineup—including Swedish songstress Lykke Li, Rihanna collaborator Mikky Ekko, Ohio blues masters The Black Keys, and Harlem’s most fashion-wise rapper A$AP Rocky (pictured above, wearing Topman of course).
With a knack for being in the right place at the right time, photographer Faith Silva was there snapping portraits of performers and guests. Continue reading to see a few more of our favorite photos, and listen to songs by the artists who chose to support a noble charity last night.
Like most essential items in a man’s closet—boots, blazer, button-down, leather jacket—an insulated vest can be admired as much for its looks as for its functional utility in a wide range of settings. Read on for our top-20 vests—plus tips on how to wear them anywhere, from work to weekend.
A menswear standout amongst the awesome (and often peculiar) specimens in our new Brite Lites_Gift City Pop-In Shop, the Opening Ceremony varsity jacket above inspired us to bring 15 of our favorite baller-status jackets off the bench.
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.
Our third and final installment of Polaroid people-watching at Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin, Texas, as seen through the analog lens of acclaimed music blog Gorilla vs. Bear—presented by Topman and Nordstrom Men’s Shop.
What happens when our Men’s Shop video team goes to Las Vegas during Market Week? They run into Pharrell. They get down to brass tacks with up-and-coming design heroes. And they make some movie magic—amidst three furious days of menswear trade shows.
Watch the exclusive Q&A clips above to hear what inspires and influences some of our favorite brands—from motorcycles to surfboards and punk rock to poetry—then shop our Editor’s Picks after the jump.
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 NYC to England to explore the British brand’s roots. Presenting our second installment of Travel Etiquette: London.