Spring Suits 1939

Spring Suits Extraordinaire

Today, we will continue with the third part of our Spring Outfit series. Part 1 focused on the details of the Paddock Suit, and in part 2 we analyzed the Navy Blue Spring Suit. This time, we want to present you to a couple of suits that are a bit more extraordinary. Read more

Gentleman magazine Numero 120

Gentleman Magazine

A couple of weeks ago, Tim Mureau sent me an issue of the Italian magazine Gentleman. On the cover we see Prince William, who is of course quite popular right now due to his upcoming wedding with Kate Middleton. Read more


Paddock Suit – by Robert Goodman – Apparel Arts 1939

In conjunction with our article about Town & Country Shoes, we want to dedicate our article today to spring fashions in 1939, as illustrated by Apparel Arts. We will focus more closely on the Paddock suit. Despite the original time frame of this style, it remains a versatile modern combination, well suited to both town and country wear. Read more


PORT Sets Sail

Last week saw a new ship set sail in the vast sea of men’s magazines: PORT.  The self-proclaimed “Intelligent Magazine for Men” places stories of world-wide importance opposite editorial shoots of luxury desk accessories.  To put it plainly, PORT is for the man who understands that style and substance go hand-in-hand. Read more

Shoe Sock Combinations

How To Pair Shoes & Socks

Shoes are one of those things that can enhance or destroy an otherwise perfect outfit, and so it hardly surprises that fashion journalist George Frazier once stated: “Wanna know if a guy is well dressed? Look down.” Read more

Men's Ex

Men’s Ex – a men’s clothing magazine

Just the other day, Tim Mureau sent me a couple pictures of the latest Men’s Ex magazine from Japan. In my opinion, it is simply amazing that there are so many different magazines in Japan devoted to men’s clothing. Read more