Last night, renowned Italian designer, Domenico Vacca, celebrated the grand opening of his new flagship destination off of Fifth Avenue. In expected opulence, the 10-story building includes the works—men’s and women’s retail, a bespoke atelier, an Italian espresso bar & café, barber shop, beauty salon, rooftop terrace, art gallery, private members-only club, and 30 long-term […]
It’s not often that you get to commemorate such a legacy of craftsmanship. Seiko has been consistently producing some of the most competitive time-keeping devices in the world since it first opened its factory doors over 100 years ago. And last Friday night was a celebration of a true classic. EN Japanese Brasserie hosted an evening […]
Evocative of 60’s Savile Row, the subtley subversive tailoring that made Tommy Nutter a standout, Joseph Abboud toed the line of classic suiting by adding a dash of irreverent flair. That same rebellious spirit carried the Fall ’16 collection through jacquard, flannel, tweed, corduroy and velvet– with accouterments to boot– all proudly made in the […]
Last night commemorated the opening of the Daniel Wellington Holiday Pop-Up, a month long engagement on Bowery Street, coinciding with the launch of their new Dapper collection, bringing the online presence offline. And what better host than New York City!
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The scene: the roar of the engine as the sports car races to a screeching halt in front of you. Your driver exits and introduces himself. You’re seated and given an iPad with a message that will self-destruct in 10…9…8… Destination: unknown. Earlier this summer, Braun unknowingly added to my birthday festivities with a private […]
New York Men’s Day presented by Cadillac kicked off the first set of events on the New York Fashion Week: Men’s calendar. With a range of exciting designers, I was particularly fond of EPONYMOVS. The RTW off-shoot of the full bespoke label Hvrminn, the brand ushered in the same jazz-age aesthetic that popularized its parent […]