Author: <span class="vcard">Stephen Pulvirent</span>

To follow my fellow columnists, Mr. Williams and Mr. Chesterfield, I thought I would write on wearing patterns this week. Going into work on the tube, I have seen some…

One of the problems I face with summer dressing is finding a suitable drapey replacement for flannel and worsted trousers. I personally like my trousers with a nice drape, especially…

Well after a week in London, it finally happened: a day with no rain. And, as you of course know, that means new shoe day. I have a pair of…

This past week I traveled home from University, and must say I was more than a bit appalled by what I saw in the airports and on the planes. Now…

The “Ivy League Look” is experiencing a huge revival right now, much to my excitement,  but ironically enough, it is mostly missing the college campus. As a student at an…

So as summer weather begins to creep into our lives, the fresh, light colors of spring get a bit more intense and any outfit lacking in a dash of color…

There is always much talk of sprezzatura and affected nonchalance in men’s dressing and style, and has been for at least some 500 odd years or so. Too often though,…

Men have been shaving for thousands of years, using everything from seashells, to sharpened rocks, and eventually metal tools. These metal tools changed many times over, but the modern Double…

Few sources have taught me as much about the history of classic men’s style as James Sherwood’s book The London Cut: Savile Row Bespoke Tailoring. If you have not yet…