Star Style - Penn Badgley

The Gossip Girl actor was spotted in snowy Manhattan last Thursday, filming scenes for the hit tv series in Woolrich arctic parka.

dunhill Carbon Fiber Biometric Wallet

Although the brand has been mostly highlighted for its menswear, dunhill presents one of the more interesting gadgets of the year as it adds a Carbon Fiber Biometric wallet to its range of luxury goods. Aside from the look, the wallet’s most interesting feature is that it can only be opened via a fingerprint sensor which registers up to 10 different fingerprints with attached software. Even more noteworthy is its Bluetooth connectivity via a smart phone, allowing you to trigger an alarm within a certain distance if god forbid you lose your $1,400 wallet. Battery life on the piece is 1-3 weeks so charging is essential.

Jeepers Peepers ‘Exclusive To ASOS' Sunglasses In Tortoiseshell

Jeepers Peepers give ASOS a bit of a scoop with these exclusive sunglasses in a wild torotiseshell pattern. The round eye design that Jeepers Peepers uses is brilliant, but it’s the bright yellow print, and blue lenses used here that really makes these sunglasses amazing. Available online now.

Converse by John Varvatos Painted Flag & Studded Chuck Taylor All Star

Continuing the successful collaboration between John Varvatos and Converse, come two revamped pairs of Chuck Taylor All Stars. The classic Painted Flag Chuck Tayloris reinvented in monotone colours with studs. Meanwhile, the studded Chuck is embellished with pyramid studs around the ankle for a little flash.

Look of the day - Part 57

BALENCIAGA Spring/Summer 2011 Men's Bags and Accessories

Look of the day - Part 56

Gucci coat ,Louis Vuitton trousers ,Borsalino hat ,Kenzo Homme bag

Who wore Salvatore Ferragamo better, Brad Goreski or Ryan Gosling?

Brad Goreski | Ryan Gosling

On 14th Jan, Ryan Gosling attended the 16th annual critics' choice movie awards in the beautiful plum colored salvatore ferragamo blazer. On 15th Jan, stylist Brad Goreski also wore the same jacket in greenish/grey to the 2011 art of elysium gala. Brad accessorised with a plum colored bow tie as if to match Ryan's jacket.

salvatore ferragamo fall winter 2010

Baptiste Giabiconi by Karl Lagerfeld for Interview February 2011

Not one to be bashful, Baptiste Giabiconi strips down once more for Interview magazine. Still the kaiser’s top muse, Baptiste poses in front of Karl Lagerfeld’s lense as a photographer himself. Accompanying the story, Interview finds out more about the model who inspires such great praises from Lagerfeld, “Giabiconi’s lean, athletic physique looks good in clothes—and even better out of them.” 

Simon Nessman by Mario Sorrenti for Emporio Armani Spring 2011 Campaign

A new campaign image surfaces from Emporio Armani’s spring 2011 outing. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, Simon Nessman delivers a splash of skin, a hint of bondage and a lax take on tailoring.

Baptiste Giabiconi for H&M Spring 2011 Sustainable Style Campaign

Focused in on red, blue and white, H&M goes sustainable with a spring lineup of organic cotton, modeled by none other than Baptiste Giabiconi.

Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2011 Campaign | Andrej Pejic by Inez & Vinoodh

Appearing alongside Karolina Kurkova in Jean Paul Gaultier’s spring 2011 campaign, Andrej Pejic gives the top model a run for her money in an intriguing set of images photographed by Inez & Vinoodh.

Christian Louboutin Louis Men’s Flat

Christian Louboutin‘s Louis men’s flat contrasts much of the French fashion designer’s footwear offerings, which often feature flashy studded embellishments. These white leather high tops are crisp and clean, for a smart, casual and highly fashionable look. A great addition to a gentleman’s wardrobe, they’re available online now through Christian Louboutin.

Tom Ford by Craig McDean for Interview Magazine February 2011

Craig McDean photographs Tom Ford for the February 2011 issue of Interview. Celebrating the Men’s Issue, the cover story features an interview with Ford in which he shares why “gay men make better designers”, his expression of beauty and his at home wardrobe, which just happens to lack clothes.

Look of the day - Part 55

Giuliano Fujiwara Fall / Winter 2011 Footwear

Giuliano Fujiwara is far from dull, as this look at what he has planned for his fall / winter 2011 footwear line shows. A daring set of shoes that exhibit an avant-garde approach to mens shoes, we’re loving the blue lace-ups with fringe accessory and rocking wedge sole. If there’s a mad genius in the world of shoes, Fujiwara’s it.

Balenciaga Combination Trainers

Through the use of a several different materials, Balenciaga create a high-contrast piece of footwear design with their Combination Trainers. The upper counts no less than four separate materials including suedes and nylons to offer a different tactile feel. The sneakers are available now at Browns.

Hermès Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Birkin style bag for men

Bottega Veneta Fall/Winter 2011-2012

Tim Blanks review

The music for Bottega Veneta today featured an ominous David Lynch soundtrack, which amplified the dark, undone mood of the collection. ("Austere," the press notes called it.) Tomas Maier really had another director in mind, though—the Italian Michelangelo Antonioni, who started out in monochrome neorealism before introducing startling Technicolor into his repertoire in the classic Red Desert. That was kind of the order of things with the clothes the designer showed.

Maier too started with monochrome: dark wool suits, the fabric textured, distressed-looking, the jacket lapels turned up and doubled by the addition of a lapel scarf; trousers tucked loosely into ankle boots; shirts untucked. The first impression was raw. One jacket zipped open across a horizontal center seam, coming apart. Then came the shots of Technicolor: eye-popping orange-red or gemstone green cords, a bright blue duffel, a trench in that red shade.

Maier accepts that the fundamentals of men's fashion don't change that much. "To evolve, you have to reinvent what you already have," he says. One way he does that is by injecting character into his clothes. His men somehow seem like archetypes, never more so than the leather-clad guys who strode down his catwalk today. A washed-leather trench even had a sinister edge. So did an evening jacket in inky velvet. That's Maier's almost cinematic power of suggestion.

Something else that Maier understands is desire. In this collection, the lightness, the lack of obvious structure, the way a cardigan might be layered casually over a jacket implied freedom from restrictions of all kinds. And that's the kind of reinvention many men would crave.