Beach Ready with 2(X)IST

Summer is here! And if you can escape the tug of the air-conditioned indoors in favor of sand and waves (or a poolside seat), style is still an important consideration for your swimwear selection. Tis the season for 2(X)IST! With a wide array of options that balance function and form, you’ll find something to fit … Continue reading

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Weekend Eats: Brunch in the District

In this first installment of Weekend Eats, Kevin Gray of Men’s Style Point takes us to Ted’s Bulletin for one of my favorite meals. “I’m in love with breakfast food. And in a city known for its awesome brunches, my favorite foods are usually put away after the bottomless mimosas stop flowing. Luckily there’s a spot … Continue reading

New Formula: .Bk

Implementing a contemporary approach, .Bk is breaking away from the standard. A recently established men’s wear brand on the scene, .Bk boldly says no to the seasonal beat of fashion and embraces a new formula: a monthly release of limited edition gear, a creative technique sought and utilized for its conservative benefits. By releasing products … Continue reading

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Key Words: Various Keytags

  Bringing design and language (mostly satire) to the simplest of accessories, Various Keytags is carving out its own path, one keytag at a time. I had the opportunity to discuss with co-founder, Brian Janusiak, about the beginnings of the project and its impending future.    Genteel Flair: Tell us a bit about yourself. Brian … Continue reading

Making Wristory: Crown Collections

  Two worlds come together to put Crown Collections at the frontier of the men’s accessories movement. Operating in Ireland and founded by Ade (meaning ‘crown’ in his native Yoruba) Adekiyesi, an entrepreneur of Nigerian descent, Crown Collections is a testament to the fusion of different cultures and sensibilities. Poised to contribute to the growing … Continue reading


It Takes Two: Shibumi Berlin

Japanese aesthetic, European construction and universal appeal, Shibumi-Berlin was born of the collective vision of Niels Holdorf and Benedikt Fries, friends by coincidence from divergent backgrounds. “Before Shibumi, I studied comparative literature here in Berlin”, says Holdorf. “Benedikt had an apprenticeship as a retail salesman and started a streetwear webshop that he ran for four years. We ran … Continue reading


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