In order to keep bringing you the content you love, we’ve got to get our name out to more people. One way we can do it: by winning as “Best Menswear Blog” from The Cravat Awards.
We’re honored to be included and would love to win. Please help us out: click here and scroll down to the “Best Menswear Blog” section. We’re the last choice in the list. Voting ends 12.24.10. Thanks!!!
Guess who’s got a new record coming? PJ Harvey!!! If you don’t know who she is, you’re in for a treat.
We are very pleased to confirm that PJ Harvey‘s eighth studio album Let England Shake is set to be released on the 02.14.11 through Island Records. Recorded in a 19th Century church in Dorset with long time collaborator Flood who co-produced the album with PJ Harvey, John Parish and Mick Harvey. Let England Shake was also mixed by Flood.
Check out the first track from the record below — Written on the Forehead. We can’t get enough.
Oops we did it again! We skimmed an email and missed a line of custom made sunglasses made in Brooklyn that we think are hot.
Contego debuts a fresh, bold Spring/Summer 2011 collection. Founders Aaron Hansen and Mikol Stambaugh developed the line with a distinct emphasis on innovative design and high quality. Contego frames are available in a variety of shapes and colorways that push ahead of the creative curve, while remaining on-trend.
Check out the images after the click. For more info, check out Contego‘s site.
One of our favorite casual wear lines — Germany label Closed — just sent us images from the men’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection and we love it! To check out our coverage of their Fall/Winter 2010 line, click here.
Started in the 80â€²s as a denim brand, Closed has become a high-end brand creating a distinguished â€œtotal lookâ€. Their design is best described as sophisticated casual wear with simple designs combined with attention to details.
The current Closed design team boasts designers who have studied at the prestigious St Martinâ€™s College in London and those with previous experience working at Prada, Calvin Klein, and Jil Sander, which explains how a company almost 30 years old has managed to create a collection so hot.
This is one of the most wearable lines we’ve seen thus far for Spring/Summer 2011. Make sure to check out the images after the click. Seeing the looks, you’ll know exactly what we’re talking about. Don’t forget to check out Closed‘s site for more info.