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July 29, 2014

What Sean Sullivan (of theimpossiblecool) is wearing this week.

Via Mr. Porter.

July 28, 2014

Recent Pick-Up: Add Rain Coat

Somehow, I’ve been existing without a raincoat for almost a year now. My old one was left in a cab in Manhattan and never seen again. I just snagged this really gnarly coat with heavy tech/tailored vibes. It’s made by Italian label Add, a brand who is known for ultra-lightweight waterproof/resistant outerwear. I got this for just under a hundred bucks via Yoox, with the yooxcode: SUMMER15, which is valid until midnight tonight.

(Source: yoox.com)

July 28, 2014

Rainbow - Robert Plant

My favorite song, right now.

His voice has held up so well. Plant is definitely the ultimate image of musical longevity; the new single is proof of that. 

July 28, 2014

Navy Seersucker in AXS Folk Technology’s Spring/Summer 2015

The navy seersucker field jacket was one of the top-five pieces I saw in the entirety of the Capsule NYC show. 

July 28, 2014

Outside of Capsule NYC, shot by christopherfenimore:

  • Glanshirt - Cotton Popover
  • J.Crew - Chinos
  • Tretorn - Custom Dyed/Painted Nylites
  • Jean Richard - Watch
  • Shades - Gant by Michael Bastian

(Source: carsonstreetclothiers.com)

July 25, 2014
Dinner Date.  (at The Diamond)

Dinner Date. (at The Diamond)

July 25, 2014

WE MAJOR.

YOUR BOY GOT EMPLOYED.

Really stoked to say that I just accepted an offer from Condé Nast to work in Bon Appétit’s art department as a production assistant. The publication dreams are becoming a reality. Now it’s time to put in that good work all the way to the top. Let’s get this done.

July 25, 2014
Held up the linen store.
Got the Bond Villain fit in the pants to prove it.
Shot by christopherfenimore at Capsule NYC on Monday.
Popover - Piombo
Pants - Hartford
Shades Gant by MB
Espadrilles - Manebi
Watch - Jean Richard

Held up the linen store.

Got the Bond Villain fit in the pants to prove it.

Shot by christopherfenimore at Capsule NYC on Monday.

  • Popover - Piombo
  • Pants - Hartford
  • Shades Gant by MB
  • Espadrilles - Manebi
  • Watch - Jean Richard

(Source: carsonstreetclothiers.com)

July 24, 2014

Anonymous said: Are you a couple? It would be super awesome if you were!

Haha god, no. 

Fenimore is out of my league.

And I don’t think my girlfriend would appreciate that open, two-way relationship very much. 

July 24, 2014

Anonymous said: R u and Fenimore like a couple?

Like maybe. 

Or like friends.

Or like BFFs.

You decide.

cc: sirfenimore

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July 24, 2014
Behind The Piece is a series where we explore the inspiration and story behind a noteworthy piece of clothing in a contemporary menswear label’s upcoming collection. We’re bringing you the complete breakdown behind the design and creation of some truly incredible garments, as told by their designers.
Gant Rugger: Hopsack Bomber

Behind The Piece is a series where we explore the inspiration and story behind a noteworthy piece of clothing in a contemporary menswear label’s upcoming collection. We’re bringing you the complete breakdown behind the design and creation of some truly incredible garments, as told by their designers.

Gant Rugger: Hopsack Bomber

July 24, 2014
Capsule Best In Show: is a series where our friends, who just so happen to be prominent multi-disciplinary players in the menswear industry, give us the scoop on what they believe to be the best piece at Capsule Spring/Summer 2015, how they’d style it and why they need it in their wardrobes.
James Tirado - Style Editor, Antenna Mag

Capsule Best In Show: is a series where our friends, who just so happen to be prominent multi-disciplinary players in the menswear industry, give us the scoop on what they believe to be the best piece at Capsule Spring/Summer 2015, how they’d style it and why they need it in their wardrobes.

James Tirado - Style Editor, Antenna Mag

July 24, 2014

The limited edition Balotelli’s Burden Popover from Ikiré Jones is up on the site and perfect for late summer flames. It’s made of wax-printed cotton, right here in Philadelphia. Wale knows what the people want. 

Snag them here.

July 23, 2014

gzaned said: Hey man! I'm going to be traveling to London and Paris for the first time in September and I've never been. Looking for some tips on staying functional for being on the go all day, while still being fashionable. Especially in the shoe department.

This is by no means official or validated, but this is just what came to mind over the past ten minutes:

Clothing:

  • Overpacking is the worst thing to do; keeping your options limited is the best.
  • Pack pieces that can act alone and as layers; this provides more options throughout the day. 
  • Make sure you have a soft, unstructured jacket that can fold easily and has ample storage room. My go-to there is a navy chino blazer. 
  • Bring a versatile bag that can fit your necessities and doesn’t weigh a ton.
  • Wear mostly chinos. Jeans can get heavy and sweaty, and chinos don’t need to be ironed constantly. They’re fine with some wrinkle.
  • As much oxford cloth shirting, for the above reason. Poplin and finer cloths wrinkle extremely easily, and when you’re pulling shit out of a suitcase, you don’t want to waste that time. 
  • Always smell good. Bring cologne for the times you have to wear a shirt that may have already been worn for half a day.

Shoes: 

  • Bring only one pair of dress shoes, preferably a brogue for versatility’s sake.
  • Bring a pair of slip-ons, whether the be loafers, espadrilles, Vans, etc. It’s always good to have slip-ons to travel in or run out to a convenience store.
  • Bring a simple sneaker. Again, versatility. Casual looks across the board work with one.
  • At most, I’d bring four pairs of shoes, depending on how long you are staying.

July 23, 2014

Anonymous said: I've got a quilted jacket that I'm looking to get tailored - taking in the waist and shortening the sleeves from the shoulder. how much would you expect to pay?

That completely depends on the tailor, but I’d expect to pay between fifty and a hundred bucks. Shortening from the shoulder can get a little expensive. 

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