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Despite a long construction ahead, LACMA opened it’s doors to the well dressed community of LA for their Dapper Day evening.
Obviously the squad had to show up and do our thang.
Had some Holiday fun with the SoCal menswear scene at one of my favorite, if not only, classic menswear stores in Los Angeles! It also happened to be the site of the seasonal Ring Jacket trunk show, which I had always wanted to check out.
It’s long, deal with it.
It’s been a while since we’ve done a post on actual style advice; a lot of the articles have been pretty educational as of late. Well, seeing as it’s summer, I thought that it would be pertinent to give of some ideas on how to dress. Something that we’ve loved doing to make an interesting outfit in hot weather (that has direct connotations to the 1930s-1940s) is by going high contrast.
It’s Spencer’s first article!
A century ago, a suit and tie was the everyday attire for men. To differentiate between work and play, men would have fun with accessories. While many of those same accouterments still exits, one item that has been faded from the collective consciousness is this style of novelty tie popular from the turn of the century up until the early 1920s, faithfully reproduced by Damian Monsivais of Monsivais & Co.
Pitti Uomo, the bi-annual tradeshow and site of #menswear pilgrimage, has come and gone again. Men of course were dressed in a variety of styles, whether they were classic like the Armoury boys or overly peacocking like AE Marmora. Even though we couldn’t attend, my friends decided to be inspired and dress up. Instead of going a bit crazy like we did last time, we went with more subdued and classic styles.
A lot of guys make the misconception that all suit (or dress pants) are the same. They believe that these pants are always thick and itchy, which leads to men not dressing very well during the summer. I’ve seen so many guys in shorts and sandals that it makes me sick! Hot weather doesn’t give you an excuse to dress badly. Sure you don’t have to wear a jacket or suit all the time, but pants are required in almost any situation. So in this post, I’m going to talk about a few pairs of pants that I love wearing in the summer because they look great and they’re freaking comfortable as hell. Apparently men prefer comfort over style, so why can’t you have both? Read More
This year, Rajesh and I decided to design our own line for REVO, our university’s annual fashion show for charity. Because it’s already May, we focused our line on spring menswear! We wanted to show people that what we create is wearable on a daily basis and isn’t restricted to just staying on the runway. So in addition to styling our models we also created something so hipster and awesome: our own unique line of neckties.
Pitti Uomo is the menswear event of the year. Its the time when fashion designers come out and show off their latest designs and styles to store owners. As a result, some of the most well dressed men from around the world come and stand around smoking and eating, getting pictures taken of them. Even though I couldn’t be in Florence with them, I still dressed up to be apart of it.
Even though it’s winter, it has been quite warm in California. And when its warm, nothing feels and looks cool like white pants. Rajesh, Christian, and I decided to don our own white trousers and have a common theme of green. Though we’re wearing the same colors, we each put our outfits together to ensure that our individuality remains.