Fashion Week shows offer the rare opportunity to see what you and others of your well-dressed ilk will be rocking a calendar year from now. It’s like stepping into a time machine where everyone’s taking photos all the time. The king-hell bummer of it all is that you’re not wearing any of this wonderful stuff until next year. Uncool.
Some wardrobe staples have gone in and out of style many times over the course of their existences. But on-trend or not, they’ll always have a place in our hearts, and likely always make their way back into our good graces at some point in the great wheel of style. We want to take a look at some of these eternal gems, where they came from and how you can get them now. We call it The Revolutionary Wore.
After years of having to search out his elusive main line IRL or settling for his Gant collection when that went online in 2012, Michael Bastian has finally opened a webshop.
He quietly unveiled the shop, filled with a humble (for now) offering of S/S 2015, amidst the deafening chatter of Fashion/Kanye Week, but we couldn’t let this monumental occasion go unnoticed. Nor could we resist shopping the decidedly summery-Southwestern collection immediately.
This week, we finally got our first look at the hotly anticipated smartwatch collaboration between menswear favorite Michael Bastian and Hewlett-Packard—just a few days ahead of its November 7 release.
As you may have noticed, it’s Fashion Week in NYC, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t still Football Week here on Kempt.
And whether or not you’ve decided to break up with football on the professional level, that shouldn't stop you from getting out there for a little amateur hour sometime this fall—could be an impromptu game of touch or dominating your in-laws’ family Thanksgiving tradition...