Every day, our team filters through hundreds of style articles, clothing pieces, collection launches, brand parties, blogger fads, runway shows, fashion shoots, lookbooks and many, many more stimuli to stay on top of what’s hot in men’s fashion. In spite of all that noise, we’ll keep things simple here: just four things we’re into right now, updated each week.
Eidos Zip-Up Cardigan
“Made from a cotton-linen blend, this sweater will get plenty of wear through spring and early summer. The color, dubbed ‘Winter Moss,’ is complemented by natural indigo details on the wrists and a back. The design is cool, not crazy, and it can be thrown in the washing machine. It’s a unique piece that’ll be in your core rotation for the foreseeable future.” — John Zientek
Todd Snyder x Timex Maritime Sport Silverstone
“While Todd Snyder’s most recent Timex collaborations took on the look of vintage military filed watches, this new timepiece is inspired by old divers. It features a 41mm case, a stainless steel rotating bezel and a minimalist off-white dial. Everything you want in a good-looking diver, nothing you don’t.” — Andrew Connor
Kapital Mottainai Denim
“Made in Japan, these two-tone jeans embody the concept of mottainai regarding the regret of wastefulness. They are cut from Kapital’s B-Stock denim, which may have weaving scratches incurred during the manufacturing process. Instead of tossing the denim for minor flaws, the brand pieces together these unique pants and offers them for a fraction of the cost of other Kapital pants. A fun detail: the label is cut from the cardboard of a milk carton.” — John Zientek
Common Projects Leather Billfold Wallet
“A beautifully minimal wallet for those who still covet enough cash and cards to render a simpler sleeve wallet or card-holder unusable. It’s crafted in Italy from rich navy leather and features a handsome, contrasting tan on the interior, where you’ll find several card sleeves.” — Andrew Connor
Behind the Scenes
Sightings from Instagram
Tip or Submission? Comments or suggestions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. You never know, you might get something in return.