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Posts from the “menswear.” Category

style journal // new balance evolution.

Posted on July 29th, 2015

New Balance is upping its game and taking ownership of design and performance and merging it into one sneaker. The body has the classic NB look, but the sole has been updated to handle everything from city commuting to clocking miles around Central Park to bootcamping at Barrys. I recently joined Equinox and so far, the sneaker has stood up to 30/60/90 and intensive cardio workouts easy. Next up is my Equifit evalution and first training session, and you know these will be ready to get me through them.

Which is your favorite gym sneaker and why?



nyfw: mens, top 5 // public school nyc.

Posted on July 18th, 2015

All the kids want to be Dao Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne, and they wear Public School so that they, too, can be a part of the ‘PS classroom’ or ‘PS army.’ PS continues to balance being directional and wear now/buy now in menswear, which is difficult to achieve. Unfortunately for me, their sizing runs big, but I’ll be keeping my eye out for these five looks come Spring 16. Naturally, I want the first third of the collection given its black appeal, but I challenged my comfort zone and found myself really drawn to the windowpane:                

nyfw: mens, top 5 // david hart.

Posted on July 13th, 2015

David Hart was inspired by the Bauhaus and its artists.. after studying architecture in undergrad, I can sense the subtle references. The most striking parts of the full collection were the colors and geometric patterns. I may not be the most colorful dresser [jk, not at all] but this collection makes me rethink my entire wardrobe, which isn’t an easy feat. My top looks.. I can’t choose just five, so 6 it is!