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Posts from the “accessories.” Category

want // reiss x steamline luggage.

Posted on December 31st, 2014

SteamLine Luggage has partnered with REISS, the UK style brand, to bring you a luggage collection that clearly tops my wishlist when it comes to travel. The modern twist on vintage inspired pieces, finished in black leather.. I feel like they were made for me.

I’ve partnered with SteamLine to offer you 10% off all their luggage, including The Editor, The Diplomat, The Entrepreneur and The Correspondent. Enter MODMAN10 at checkout for 10% off. Happy shopping with that holiday dough!

want // pink.

Posted on May 28th, 2014

Real men wear pink.

want // coach + philip crangi.

Posted on April 16th, 2014

There is such an opportunity in mens jewelry, and Philip Crangi of Giles & Brother has been growing his business to encompass necklaces, bracelets, cufflinks and belts. His latest venture is in partnership with Coach for a men’s collection of “classic heirloom pieces for the modern man”. Basically, everything was made for me! ;P

Coach and Philip Crangi are two New York icons, and the collaboration includes limited edition pieces that combine Philip’s unique aesthetic and knowledge of metals with Coach’s craftsmanship and leather expertise.

Here are my top picks:

For Philip Crangi’s secrets to rugged personal style, check out his 10 Essentials for GQ.


want // mujjo apple protection.

Posted on March 15th, 2014

Phones, iPads and Macbooks are precious [and expensive] gadgets, and they need as much protection as possible. Enter accessories brands that offer everything from cheap plastic covers to exotic skin cases that exceed the price of phones. I look for pieces that seamlessly blend in with my personal style and are well crafted so that they last for years to come [or at least until the newest model comes out]. Mujjo, a Dutch label, started out with a simple idea and crafted around that intention. First was its touchscreen gloves, and then electronic accessories followed. Each stitch, button and fold is intentional and thought out, perfectly balancing function and simple form: