SNL turns 40 on Saturday. We want to celebrate, but we don’t want to get into an argument about who the best cast members or sketches were. Instead, we present to you our top, favorite, and most outrageous menswear moments, in no particular order.
We’d like to introduce you to tie-maker Glendon Lambert, a designer who handmakes all of his neckwear in Brooklyn with materials carefully-sourced from fine mills. The ties feature four-fold, slip-stitch construction, and we are currently carrying three of their styles:
Theodor Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, was a hat fanatic that incorporated his passion into books like “The Cat in the Hat” and “The 500 Hats of Bartholomew Cubbins.” Now his hat collection kicks off a nationwide tour with shows at the New York Public Library and the Animazing Gallery in SoHo.
During 30 Rock‘s run, Donaghy dispensed reams of contemporary wisdom, and though he was self-assured in every facet of his life, he was especially fastidious with his appearance. So, with the series finale of 30 Rock airing tonight, it’s time to look back at some of Jack Donaghy’s most quotable advice on men’s fashion.
If you were lucky enough to snag a ticket to next week’s screening of “Bullitt” at the Old Mint, but still need a black* turtleneck to complete your McQueen ensemble, we have two options:
Alfred Dunhill, whose products we started carrying last fall to provide Wingtip customers with the UK’s premier travel- and commute-ready clothing and accessories, has launched their Spring 2013 Voice campaign. Click through to see who they chose to represent the brand this season.
Good: In the full-length Skyfall trailer, Javier Bardem looks like a classic Bond villain — almost as creepy as he looked as Sigur in No Country for Old Men. Not so good: The Great Gatsby has been pushed back to Summer 2013. Sure, we can wait. But the delay is an unfortunate indication that Gatsby isn’t the… Read more »