Welcome back to The Buy Line, where we analyze how the new market forces of menswear—driven by the Internet and the rise of a more savvy consumer—have redefined where the intersection of well-made and well-priced lands.
Brazil’s national treasure will be wrapping up the World Cup Sunday by presenting the 2014 trophy to some very lucky Germans or Argentines—and we’re wrapping up the week by presenting the Friday Kemptress: Gisele Bündchen. Everyone wins.»
We’ve filtered through all of the online sale noise and graded your best options out there, should you feel inclined to do any menswear browsing this weekend…
Epaulet has been on a real tear lately. What started as a well-appointed menswear shop on a sleepy Brooklyn block selling Aldens next to Japanese selvage has turned into a bona fide menswear label with an ever-growing line of oxfords, chinos, suits and even leather café racer jackets.
The latest: minimalist calfskin sneakers based on 1960s tennis shoes. And like everything they make in-house, the attention to detail is high.
The trifecta for a wardrobe lock: a pair of meticulously weathered denims, that perfectly worn-in T-shirt and one fine-ass leather jacket.
Well, would you look at that…
First it was 25 style lessons from Seinfeld. Then it was Kramer taking a modeling turn for Calvin Klein. And now, today, we bring you news that Jerry Seinfeld himself has become a fashion model—this snap comes from Rag & Bone’s newly released S/S 2015 lookbook, with Jerry joining the fashion ranks of Carmelo Anthony, Camille Rowe and the One They Call the Style Guy.
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