The good folks at 3sixteen sent us their latest lookbook and as usual we couldn’t help but come away impressed. The understated and sophisticated menswear line continues to refine it’s aesthetic and the results are impossible to deny. Bravo!
Full preview after the jump!
Filed under Fashion, Style
Coinciding with my own search for a black pair of these iconic shades in area 7-11s and Walgreens, it’s nice to see that BluBlocker is back and with a cool slate of colors to go along with their harmful-UV-Ray-blocking prowess. But what do I have to do to get some black-framed ones? Still, it’s nice to see them back and kicking.
Pick up the re-branded shades here
Also, Blublockers, please bring back the pitch man we all know and love
Gitman takes vintage to the next level by reveling in the details, going so far as to re-create the exact fabrics used in their shirts during the late 70s and early 80s. It’s that keen eye and sense of timelessness that make their shirts a must own. With summer just around the corner an easy, comfortable button up is just as essential for the office as it is for lazing by the pool. We’re glad to say that Gitman fits that bill.
Available at Context and other select retailers.
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I know I’m a few months late to this, but wow. This is probably the scariest thing I’ve ever seen. The Adam Kimmel suits look great though. Yeesh.
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Not exactly the kind of shoes you’d expect to come out of Salt Lake City, but to quote Chappelle’s Show, Zuriick’s kicks push the real-o-meter into the red.
Sure, the clean look and purple soles make these easy on the eyes. But the best part? None of the pairs go higher than $98 so they’re perfect for those of us on a limited budget in these less than ideal economic times.
If I told you that LeBron James was action-figure huge you might agree with me in one of those “that’s a cute way of saying it” kind of ways, but you wouldn’t really be understanding my point. If all I wanted to do was make you agree that he was a world-wide brand in the making then I could just point you to the feature on him in Esquire’s 75th anniversary issue. But when we tell you that LeBron James is action-figure huge we mean it quite literally. We don’t remember Michael ever getting toys of him released to celebrate his new shoes dropping. We’re just saying.
Modeled after “Athlete LeBron,” “Business LeBron,” “Kid LeBron” and “Wise LeBron” the figurines are available at Zoom VI release parties throughout the country this weekend. Party dates and locations after the jump.
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There’s something really not right about J. Crew selling $325 sunglasses. Buuuuuut, these are pretty cool so we’ll let it slide. The handmade shades are the result of a collaboration with French luxury eye wear company Selima Optique. The Wayfarer revival continues!
Pick them up here.