New research shows 45% of men think that bar soap is as effective as face wash. The horror! (No, not really)
The streaming service offers a chance for would-be style gurus to prove themselves. Just don’t expect to see anything you’d actually wear.
While it’s certainly not unusual for a well-known person’s signature looks to be celebrated as part of the public’s mourning process, it’s usually been something limited to those whose clothes were an integral part of creating their image in an image-based job.
Of all the fall/winter (FW) collections that launched at Paris Fashion Week Men’s over the past few days, this was the one I wanted to se
Given that this was the first major menswear event of the new decade, I thought it was worth learning more about the ideas that informed the new FW 2020 collections.
Individuality, ownership and longevity are important factors in fashion, but they won’t necessary keep Rent The Runway from expanding its target audience
An interview with a young Toronto brand bringing an ethical and sustainable approach to T-shirts, pants and more
The negative perceptions around “joggers” remain, based on a recent Globe and Mail article, but I think there’s little doubt a current streetstyle staple is here to stay.
There was a time when deciding whether or not to put on a tie would have been like deciding whether or not to put on a pair of underwear.
You might assume expanding into the world of fashion writing would be a piece of cake in comparison — but you’d be wrong.
A quick look at Alex Costa’s Youtube video that forecasts what will be popular in men’s fashion and style this year.
As a father of three, I’ve already gotten several Father’s Day cards that invoke or are actually cut into the shape of neckwear, and I suspect they’ll be giving me the real thing before too long.
A site called Lookvine, which I believe was originally based in India, asked me if I was interested in being featured in a special collection they were putting together of male style influencers.
There are some winters where things really don’t get bad until sometime in early to mid January. This year, it started to get bad in November, and none of us were prepared for it.
I’m writing this on a cold winter night, when just the thought of a cocktail is enough to make you want to stay in all night. Not to hibernate — to celebrate.