Nick Grant is a freelance style writer originally from the Washington D.C. area, but now living in Des Moines, Iowa (yes, you read that correctly). He gives no fucks.
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I have a confession to make: I really dislike writing about pants. And not because I think they’re boring, or ugly. It’s because I just don’t like wearing them. But when I do wear pants, the lighter the better. And the more Engineered Garments the better too. Read more
Milk. Bread. Privilege. There are lots of good things that are white. Reigning Champ’s bright white crewneck, pullover and zip hoodie are made in Canada using mid-weight cotton terry for year-round wear, and have half-raglan sleeves with seams that are only visible in the back. Read more
I once smoked weed not knowing that it was laced with some sort of hallucinogenic additive. I remember everyone’s T-shirts looking like they were dripping off of their bodies. It was actually really similar to these Appalatch Shibori Dyed Cotton T-Shirts. Read more
I don’t know if any of you guys have been following my sneaker review series on Complex/Sole Collector, but I’ve taken it upon myself to see how “lifestyle” shoes perform when used for the sports that inspired them. Normally, these Portuguese-made AMI Runner Sneakers would be candidates for testing, but I’m a little leery. Read more
In order to better understand the origins of these Golden Bear Salesian Varsity Jackets, I did a quick Google search for “salesian,” which led me to “The Gentleman Saint,” St. Francis de Sales, who not only seems like a pretty chill guy, but also like he’d appreciate this high quality, US-made, lightweight poly-cotton topper. Read more
These Japanese-made Anachronorm Satin Easy Pants are great and all, with their sulfide-dyed cotton fabric, patch pockets, adjustable waist tie, and casual straight fit. But now I can’t help but wonder, if these are Easy Pants, what are hard pants? Read more