Sep 14, 2014 / 36 notes
Sep 13, 2014 / 436 notes
vuls:

Tomoko Miho, poster Great Architecture in Chicago, 1967.
Sep 13, 2014 / 5,107 notes

vuls:

Tomoko Miho, poster Great Architecture in Chicago, 1967.

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theversatilegent:

Shooting #menswear today with @pjohnsontailors and the @thefandsgroup. #pjohnson #tailoring #mensstyle
Sep 5, 2014 / 8 notes

theversatilegent:

Shooting #menswear today with @pjohnsontailors and the @thefandsgroup. #pjohnson #tailoring #mensstyle


PMF
Sep 5, 2014 / 23,034 notes
charlotteaudreyowenmeehan:

Bonsoir Paris Cover for Printed Pages
Sep 5, 2014 / 36 notes

charlotteaudreyowenmeehan:

Bonsoir Paris Cover for Printed Pages

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complexae:

emma bradford
Sep 5, 2014 / 2,528 notes

complexae:

emma bradford

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suitsupply:

Menswear blogger Herman Bystrom in our checked Havana jacket.
http://bit.ly/1qyh9g6
Aug 23, 2014 / 102 notes

suitsupply:

Menswear blogger Herman Bystrom in our checked Havana jacket.

http://bit.ly/1qyh9g6

suitsupply:

Meet our Madison Ave crew. http://bit.ly/1z6am02 
Photo. @najwareham
Aug 22, 2014 / 272 notes

suitsupply:

Meet our Madison Ave crew. http://bit.ly/1z6am02 

Photo. @najwareham

putthison:

High Waist & Pleats
Here’s another great example of how higher waisted trousers can give you nice proportions between your torso and legs, and how pleats can visually break up the expanse of fabric that sits on your hips and thighs. Ignore fashion writers who say that pleats should always be avoided, or that they’re only meant for heavier set men. There’s nothing wrong with pleats if the tailoring is done well, and you can find many good examples in Old Hollywood pictures from the 1930s through ’50s. Slim the legs down a touch, if that’s to your taste. 
That polo shirt, incidentally, was made by Ascot Chang and is currently being sold through The Armoury (where the model above, Nick, works). You could wear it underneath a sport coat for a more casual look. The collar and cuffs will give you the look of a dress shirt, while the half-placket and pique cotton will prevent you from looking like you just came from the office. 
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Aug 22, 2014 / 228 notes

putthison:

High Waist & Pleats

Here’s another great example of how higher waisted trousers can give you nice proportions between your torso and legs, and how pleats can visually break up the expanse of fabric that sits on your hips and thighs. Ignore fashion writers who say that pleats should always be avoided, or that they’re only meant for heavier set men. There’s nothing wrong with pleats if the tailoring is done well, and you can find many good examples in Old Hollywood pictures from the 1930s through ’50s. Slim the legs down a touch, if that’s to your taste. 

That polo shirt, incidentally, was made by Ascot Chang and is currently being sold through The Armoury (where the model above, Nick, works). You could wear it underneath a sport coat for a more casual look. The collar and cuffs will give you the look of a dress shirt, while the half-placket and pique cotton will prevent you from looking like you just came from the office. 

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strangeforeignbeauty:

Wouter de Lang | Photographed by Marco van Rijt
Aug 22, 2014 / 3,401 notes

strangeforeignbeauty:

Wouter de Lang | Photographed by Marco van Rijt

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wgsn:

Marcello Velho’s prints are the definition of the current digital art trend, using digital strokes and abstract compositions in punchy hues.
Aug 18, 2014 / 111 notes

wgsn:

Marcello Velho’s prints are the definition of the current digital art trend, using digital strokes and abstract compositions in punchy hues.

Aug 17, 2014 / 11 notes

chateau-de-couture:

Candice Swanepoel in TriBeCa (30/07/2014) carrying a Givenchy “Antigona” bag in burgundy and wearing Ray-Ban “Round Metal” sunglasses with “Arista” frame.

Aug 14, 2014 / 17 notes

suityourstyleblog:

Introducing Tadino Neckwear to SYS.

'Lo perfecto es enemigo de lo bueno'

The brand Tadino was born in southern Spain from the hand of Salvador Godoy. 
The flagship tie will be the un-tipped trifold entirely made by hand.
Fabrics used come from houses including Scabal & Vitale Barberis Canonico.
We look forward to adding the first series of this beautiful neckwear to our store in the coming week!  
sexlane:

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