From a major publication’s launch of a dedicated men’s style section to the curtain call for one of the franchises most responsible for its immense return to popularity and acceptance, it has certainly been a big week for menswear. Don’t believe me? Read on.
Big news this week from The New York Times, which launched its inaugural Men’s Style section yesterday.
I was honored to have been quoted in one of the articles.
Are you the type of person who’s going to be reading it?
It’s no secret that men’s style has completely exploded over the past few years. A large part of the more mainstream awareness and widespread interest in the subject may have something to do with the popularity of Mad Men, which starts to take its final bow this Sunday. Let’s pay a small homage:
Is this the real Don Draper?
This certainly isn’t, but you can pretend.
There’s no disputing that Mad Men did wonders for AMC. But what if it had been on HBO?
We’re not all Don Draper, as I’ve said before (and thankfully), but that doesn’t mean you can’t look good in a suit.
Compare and contrast this primer with ours.
I apologize for not outdoing last year’s April Fool’s post. Plenty of people did though, acceptably.
Uber for private jets.
Taking ice cubes to a serious next level.
Know why you’re tired all the time? No? Perhaps this is why.
Thanks for reading and have a great weekend. Get some sleep!
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