Things A Man Should Never Wear: Après Ski
After a long day on the slopes, it’s almost a necessity to wind down on the après ski scene. But just because you’re coming in from the cold (or staying out in it) doesn’t mean that anything goes, sartorially. Like most everything else in life, there is a bit of a dress code to adhere to. We rounded up a few items of clothing that should be left at home…or burned.
The New Watch Wardrobe: When to Wear Which Watch
Owning a beautiful timepiece is one of life’s great pleasures. But why stop at one? These five watch trends will pair seamlessly with your wardrobe for the workday, the weekend and everything in between.
Heroes of Menswear: Véronique Nichanian
After 25 years of designing menswear for Hermès, Véronique Nichanian knows a thing or two about making men look their best. Take note.
Eveningwear for Your (Sexy) NYE Party
Elegant evening attire to carry you from your holiday parties to wherever the night takes you in elevated style.
That Watch Though (NSFW)
Sharp’s biannual men’s luxury bible, The Book for Men, is a celebration of the finest things in the world — clothing, cars, gadgets, destinations, and yes, watches. And while the timepieces featured in these shots are stunning and singular in themselves, we couldn’t just leave it at that. These highlights show what happens when beautiful lines meet seductive curves in the best possible way.
Heroes of Menswear: Saul Korman
If you’re going to visit Saul Korman at his menswear shop, Korry’s Clothiers on Danforth Avenue in Toronto, wear a suit.
It’s 25 minutes into my interview with the Canadian menswear legend and I find myself looking at my shoes. He’s just said something to the effect of “it doesn’t matter what a man is wearing if his shoes are dirty.” He’s not looking down, but I am. My boots, a pair of fur-lined leather lace-ups, are, in my defense, appropriate for the slushy winter weather, which has left a pattern of salty, muddy spots on the dark leather. Korman is wearing a 5-year-old, dark grey Canali suit with the pants cuffed, which he says he wore specially for me, though I’m not entirely sure why. I know he’s not judging me, but I can’t help but wish I had more carefully considered my outfit.
How To Wear a Turtleneck
Repeat after us: “This is the year I will look great wearing a blazer with a turtleneck.” Now once more with feeling. It’s no wonder the turtleneck got a bad rap, thanks to its close association over the years with Marxist Beatniks, Steve Jobs and others fond of low-maintenance wardrobes. But the roll-neck sweater has endured and is ready for its place in your wardrobe.
50 Gifts To Buy Yourself
For those who feared that they were men who, indeed, did have everything, that the world contained no more wonders, no lands left to conquer and all that, we offer this list, humbly, as evidence to the contrary. For every aspect of your life, from your home, your office, your cottage, your bar, here are a few things you don’t have yet. But, really, really should.