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Hickey Freeman Fall ’16


Rochester’s famed tailoring label Hickey Freeman presented a strong and elegant collection at 214 Lafayette St.  Quiet in the past, Hickey Freeman has recently been a consistent standout over the past few seasons.  With a slightly modern take on the American classics, Hickey Freeman stayed true to its roots while still making it desirable to today’s market of modern gentlemen.…

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Eidos AW ’16


Walking through the doors at 80 Wooster St., the mood was set with a dark ruggedness that was synonymous with the Eidos collection.  Full of dark neutral shades of blue, brown, black, and gray with a few touches of earthiness, the collection was just different enough from the previous while keeping that Eidos charm. The standout of the collection to me…

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Suitsupply AW16


During day one of New York Fashion Week: Men, I was able to check out the Suitsupply Autumn/Winter collection for 2016.  Suitsupply is one of the most consistent brands on there when it comes to men tailoring.  Every season you know what to expect, but by no means is it ever boring.  Bold patterns, textures, and a touch of sprezz,…

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NYFWM Recap II


The second season of New York Fashion Week: Men has come and gone.  A ton of talented designers showed, new and old, and menswear seems to continue its resurgence with further momentum.  Solid week hanging with some great people and checking out the upcoming collections.  Stay tuned for further insight on some of my favorites. [Photos by SEBASTIAN PILCH] All…

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NYFWM Recap I


The second season of New York Fashion Week: Men has come out swinging.  With my schedule not as open as I’d like it to be, I have been able to chisel out some time for the shows.  Day 1 I was able to do some running around hitting a few events, but mostly catching up with some solid people, as…

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Tailored to Travel


This time of year involves a lot of travelling for many.  Whether it’s flying, taking the train, or driving, it’s important to stay comfortable in the process.  I usually like to keep things tailored when I travel, and there is a way to keep it extra comfy. I prefer a sport coat when travelling just because of the convenience.  The…

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The Toastmakers | #ToastSinatraContest


Frank Sinatra‘s centennial year has brought much to celebrate.  The man continues to influence the world that he touched in so many ways, and those that he impacted are finding ways to appreciate him all over again. Jack Daniels is now getting in on the act and giving a toast to one of their loyal drinkers, Mr. Sinatra.  Part of…

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Thanksgiving Three Ways


With Thanksgiving just a few days away, I thought I would share three inspired looks for the special day.  Whether its going to be a big family event, a more polished dinner, or lounging on the couch, there is no reason to skip looking your best! I. Suit’d and Laid-Back For a more refined dinner or event on Turkey day,…

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The Online Shopping Gamble


Many of you know the Italian outlet, now ran by Net-a-Porter, Yoox.com.  Yoox is a very interesting, awesome, confusing, and sometimes overstimulating website that offers some of the most sought after brands for a steal of a price. Up until recently, I have purchased only items from brands I knew of on Yoox.  For example, I grabbed a Sartoria Parma…

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