True story: some sunscreens are almost as bad for you as the sun itself. The majority of chemical-based ones use synthetic ingredients that only neutralize harmful UV rays after they’ve been absorbed by the skin, at which point the damage has already been done. Read more
Indigo-dipped? Check. Banded collar? Check. Flat hem? Check. Judging from these naturally-dyed, ethically-made, short-sleeved Madras Mao Shirts, it looks like my friends over at Industry of All Nations have been reading my posts. Or maybe they haven’t. Read more
I haven’t illustrated street style in a long time. When I saw this season’s batch of Tommy Ton photos from the men’s shows, I had the itch to illustrate a few. And of course I had to draw my friend Jeremy Kirkland. I haven’t seen Jeremy in years, but I remember his natural ease and his eye for timeless style. Ton’s photo definitely conveys that.
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