On where all this menswear bullshit is headed.
Strange, that fashion, history, and struggle should meet in such ways.
Think you know how to be a man? Wrong again.
Here’s a good rule for having a good time: if there’s a line at a bar, it’s probably not worth going into.
PMG looks into the future to see…the future.
PMG gets scholarly on Unabashedly Prep’s comment section.
NYTimes has a story about the rejuvenation of a few American shoe brands. Climb that pay wall.
Spring is in the Air, which means preps are on the offensive.
Old, rugged denim fading gives way to newer fading patterns with spotty 3G reception.
PMG talks about why the future of menswear is really the past.
Who needs a Catcher in the Rye when you’ve got Total Recall?
PMG discusses whether that old pair of duck boots is classic, or classically priced.
I like to think that I am a little bit of a Connoisseur of Consumption.
So about a week ago the Times put out this article on perhaps the latest way to waste money: bicycles. You could tell that the person who wrote it hasn’t ridden a bike since his Huffy was stolen from him after Mrs. Cobbler’s 4th/5th grade combination class. You could tell because the author brazenly endangered [...]
GREETINGS READER: A good friend forwarded me the following link from The Art of Manliness on the art of said manliness. A fine list of things that any good man of style will quickly find in his closet, or at least will recognize as being worthy of consideration. One of the tenents of a Postmodern [...]
IT HAS COME TO my attention that perhaps it is apt to delve back into that blackhole of human endevour called popular culture. And if pop culture is but a vacuous hole in time space, then surely musicians are but very singularity which rips atom from atom. It is literally a musician’s job to take [...]
It has come to my attention that a new President has been installed into the…Presidency. While this whole democratic republic system grinds against my parliamentary system sensibilities, but the entire event was cause for celebration. And while the Washington chill is less than optimal for Postmodern filflandery, there are some who still know how to [...]