Our intrepid Chicago correspondent recently took up an offer from Camp Wandawega in Wisconsin to spend the weekend learning how to be a man. (Never mind that he already is one.)
Every Wednesday we’re giving you a deeper look into what makes the minds behind Kempt tick. We call it: The Kempt Five.
Fall has finally fallen.
That means you’re going to need a little extra shelter from the elements and a good rally cap as baseball heads into the pennant stretch. And some Halloween spirit. Luckily, we’ve just put together your monthly batch of must-haves for October—at the ready in our left column whenever you need a little autumnal pick-me-up.
News flash: it’s October. Yet as we look forward to really getting into the meat and potatoes of fall, we’d like to remember some of the more handsome moments we shared in September… and the more Kemptressier moments.
Today, one of the most important Rolex Sea-Dwellers ever is hitting the auction block: a 1967 Rolex Sea-Dweller owned by Philippe Cousteau.
Aside from the fact that it was the personal diving watch of Jacques Cousteau’s Serpico-of-the-sea son, Philippe, the timepiece itself is one of the earliest known examples of the Rolex Sea-Dweller.
Tomorrow, the National League begins narrowing its field down from five contenders to one pennant winner.
Today’s pocket squares may seem a bit useless outside of the fact that they can transform a run-of-the-mill suit into a cohesive ensemble.
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