There’s no law that golf clothes must be boring. Iconic Australian fashion house COOGI lends its bold sweater patterns to a collection for Birds of Condor, a streetwise Aussie golf brand. A kaleidoscope of colors update classic polos, ring-neck tees, hats, and accessories in moisture-wicking organic cotton and recycled poly.
(PG-13: Language) Ewan McGregor stars in this Netflix limited series about the rise and fall of American fashion mogul Halston. It’s set against the backdrop of 1970s disco, drugs, and sexuality, and with Ryan Murphy involved in its production and writing, you know it’s going to be a spectacle. Premieres 5.14.2021.
New York designer Thom Browne is known for his high-end, avant garde fashions. Among his many creative ideas is his Trompe L’Oeil neoprene wetsuit, covered with imagery that looks like a skin-tight business suit with a shirt and tie. Before you get your wallets out, the $3,900 wetsuit is already sold out.
Founded by a firefighter, Ladder 34 creates rugged belts using decommissioned fire hoses. Not only do they look great and tell a story, every purchase helps support the mental health and equipment needs of volunteer firefighters. Be sure to check out their shop for other cool items made from the same distinctive material.
(PG-13: Language) “You can really express your personality by copying what popular rappers are wearing.” Casually Explained breaks down some of the most popular brands and trends in men’s fashion. All without saying hype, fire, lit, woke, or Off-White. A true scholar.
Mylo is a men’s fashion app that suggests outfits based on the clothes you already own. Pick the items that are similar to your clothes and shoes and it will suggest outfits based on style, weather and occasion. You can also consult a stylist and buy clothes within the app.