Author: <span class="vcard">Andrew Hodges</span>

At the end of last week’s review of G. Bruce Boyer’s Eminently Suitable I suggested that the current relevance of a twenty-year-old style book is evidence that classic style is…

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The thing I like best about colder weather is the opportunity to add layers of visual interest to my attire with sweaters, overcoats, scarves and the odd tailored waistcoat, an…

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Michael Anton (writing under the pseudonym Nicholas Antongiavanni) wrote in The Suit: A Machiavellian Approach to Men’s Style that “since tailored clothing can make a man look either rakish or…

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Boardwalk Empire is an original television series that premiered this fall on HBO. The show follows Enoch “Nucky” Thompson (played by Steve Buscemi) who is a powerful politician and gangster…

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Alan Flusser recently released an updated and abridged version of his Style and the Man.  The book was originally published in 1996 and included now-outdated advice on specific locations to…

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For the past several weeks I have been testing some complementary samples that I received from Lab Series, a company that offers “high tech, high performance skincare for men.” Lab…

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