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Ken Jeong Is Still Ruining Everything

Ken Jeong via GQ

The Brains Behind the Bouffant: Hands down the smartest thing you’ll read about Amy Winehouse today. As a bonus, it won’t make you feel morally queasy. [Vulture]

The Footie, Laid Bare: In a sockless world, one brave man stands up to show the mini-sock lurking beneath his wingtips. Look well, for some day this may be you. [The Awl]

The Crimson Tide and/or Loafer: Musings on college football style. Fair warning: a blazer might be a little formal if you’re actually going to the game. [Dreams of Perfection]

Under the Shirt: A video tour of the Sunspel factory. Naturally, we’re a soft touch. [Selectism]

Revenge of the 70s, Uomo Updates and Vested Interests

The Beatles

"More Paul Glaser Than David Soul": Critics drop "Starsky and Hutch" references as Italians channel the 70s yet again. [Telegraph UK]

Croc Hunters: According to the Japanese government, Crocs are unsafe—thus are last year's Uggs stripped of their singular redeeming value. [Mindblogging Stuff]

Hissy Fits: Dudes, chill—_Men's Vogue_ is more of a corporate hobby than a real mag anyways. [Daily News]

We Like Girls Who Wear Abercrombie & Fitch: Apropos of nothing, fun-loving, sepia-toned nudity. [Style Dash]

Suicide Blonde: Amy Winehouse and peroxide—it was only a matter of time. [Hating It Magazine]

Ciao!: Pitti Uomo coverage worth running through Bablefish. [PittiBlog]

In The Trenches: Izzy brings this cropped, high-collar number to our attention. [Manolo for The Men]

Pop In: Racked checks Trovata's back room at Ernest Sewn. [Racked]

The Quiet One: Seems George Harrison liked to dress up in his old Beatles costumes—well, come on, wouldn't you? [Thaindian News]

In Vest: Gawker learns what we've known all along—David Coleman is making it safe for men to wear clothes. This week, he introduces us to this new "vest" thing. [Gawker]

Deal Alert: Tim Hamilton sample sale begins Saturday. [Marc & Dolce]

Passing Showers: Maybe Vincent Gallo and Terry Richardson can "make it rain"—but nothing, nothing could ever wash them clean. [Hypebeast]

Karl Loves Amy, Refinery Regifts, Party Like It's 1992

Adam Lippes

Scotchy, scotch, scotch: So that $30,000 bottle of Scotch we told you about? It sold for $54K. [Reuters]

She Told Ya, She Was Trouble: Amy Winehouse is Karl Lagerfeld's new, barfy muse. [Anorak]

Walking Tall: Style Dash jumps into J. Crew's new boots [Style Dash]

Like Your Own Personal Elves: Refinery29 is making a list, checking it twice. [Refinery29]

'allo Luv: The strange patios of Neil Strauss' The Game corrupts the noble British tongue. [Times UK]

No Diggity: Break out the Cross Colours, 1992 is in effect. [Sunday Styles]

Bed Spread: Upgrade your thread count for 70% off till Wednesday. [Racked]

Open Lippes: New-York based Adam Lippes opens up his first store—a biggish boutique next to the Meatpacking District's Apple Store. [DNRNews]