No longer will we have to wade through the hordes of thousands pouring into SoHo that one night a year in the fall. No longer will we be disappointed by the alcohol-hoarding teens stealing all the booze at shops. Because, thanks to these same teens, Fashion’s Night Out has been cancelled for the coming fall.
Fans of G4 should take in as much of the video game-focused TV network as they possibly can because not too long from now it will be going off the air to be replaced by Esquire… Wait! What?
Esquire, Hearst Magazine Corporation’s leading men’s lifestyle publication for the modern man, is heading to television with a slew of cooking, fashion, travel and presumably lifestyle-based content for their demographic. But that doesn’t bode well for G4 since it’ll be completely rebranded.
Looking for a place to shop in NYC this weekend? Why not have a unique experience with some of your favorite brands and designers?
Started by Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean and Randy Goldberg of Urban Daddy, the Pop Up Flea is a the culmination of various men’s style brands and designers under one roof so that consumers get the chance to interact with the people behind their favorite products. The fifth installment of this venture kicked off in NYC yesterday and will be running all weekend.
If you haven’t experience the Pop Up Flea just yet, check out a preview with some of the featured brands inside.
Hollister just can’t seem to stay out of trouble. From a bed bug infestation inside its NYC SoHo location to people getting lost in its dark England location, CEO Michael S. Jeffries seems like he’s up to his eyeballs in controversial report after controversial report. And guess what! He’s got another one to add to the list, courtesy of a few of those storefront male models.
Ryan Lochte was definitely not one of those gold medalists who simply bowed out of the spotlight after scoring big at the 2012 Olympics. Upon leaving London, reports of the swimmer starring in his own reality show and snagging cameos on a number of shows, including ‘30 Rock‘ and ‘90210,’ began pouring out of the woodworks; and he even got the opportunity to report on New York Fashion Week for E!.
Who knew Lochte, who’s essentially turning into the Brad Gronkowski-playa’ type of the swimming world, was interested in style, let alone becoming the next pop culture icon? But it turns out his passion for fashion extends far beyond his recent NYFW gig.
Christopher Bastin has much to be excited about. Not only has his role as head of design for GANT Rugger propelled the line into becoming our go-to source for easy, suave and just plain cool-looking menswear, but his work has finally paid off. He’s now getting a major (and I can’t exaggerate that word enough) promotion.
Digital Media Editor of The Daily Telegraph Emma Barnett was cleaning her house this past weekend and found a new pair of chinos her boyfriend bought for himself from the UK brand Madhouse. As if it wasn’t bad enough that he’d left them on the floor as someone else’s problem, stitched inside the pant was a white patch with unusual washing instructions:
“Machine wash warm. Inside out with like colors… Or GIVE IT TO YOUR WOMAN, It’s Her Job.”
Whether it was intended as a joke by the manufacturers or simply a way for grabbing some extra media attention for the company, this message has sparked a frenzy across the Internet, especially on Twitter.
J.Crew’s Ludlow suit is such a staple of the brand’s menswear branch that not only are all kinds of NYC men flocking to get their own, but now there’s an entire men’s boutique dedicated to this thriving suiting style in Manhattan’s Tribecca district.
Why does that location sound so familiar? It’s because J.Crew’s Liquor Store, a landmark of the Big Apple and men’s fashion, is already there, and has been since 2008. But it looks like it’s small suiting section shoved to the back of the store has been getting a little crowded.
E! Online gave us a little spoiler info on the upcoming episode ‘Big Brother’ a while back, revealing that the ‘White Collar’ star will be playing Blaine’s brother, Cooper. And now we see, through photo evidence, that Tim Davis is coming in to complete the Anderson family as Adam, their stylish dad.