Interview: Daniel Lewis of Brooklyn Tailors

On the current landscape of men's fashion with the founder and designer of Brooklyn Tailors, presented by Cole Haan

Sponsored content: In the past decade or so, men’s fashion has grown into its own. In generations past, one dressed according to their occupation, location or social economic sect, but nowadays a man’s wardrobe reflects his lifestyle or, at the very least, the lifestyle he aspires to. The heritage movement taught fashion enthusiasts to invest in quality over quantity and value where each purchase comes …

Custom Suiting from REISS

Savile Row-style service in an approachable, creative process

You don’t necessarily need to have a background in fashion to successfully design your own suit. With a little bit of curiosity, creativity and a desire to wear something above and beyond the ordinary—and with the help of UK fashion brand REISS—style enthusiasts can do exactly that. Their recently launched personal tailoring experience (new to the US, but already successful in the UK) allows a …

The Commuter Suit by Parker Dusseau

A hands-on review of a trim, technical, cycling suit designed with movement in mind

Biking to work no longer means looking like a triathlete in training. From casual and functional collections like Levi’s Commuter Series and Giro’s New Road to cyclist specific bags of all styles, cycling apparel has improved drastically in recent years, but few—if any—have approached the suit quite like San Francisco-based Parker Dusseau. The brand’s highly anticipated Commuter Suit has been a long time coming for …