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The 101: The White T-Shirt

StyleComments ⋅ Mar 19, 2013
Unequivocally popular, yet one of the simplest garments in existence, the white T-shirt has a surprisingly storied past. Effortlessly managing to eclipse trends in fashion, the ubiquitous design has lent itself to decades of changing styles while pre...

The 101: The Double-Riders Jacket

EditorialComments ⋅ Aug 13, 2012
Embodying the essence of ‘cool’ since its initial design, the notoriously styled double-riders jacket is quite clear in its suggestion as a status symbol and has always possessed a certain synonymy with counterculture. From its origins up until today...

The 101: Pocket Squares

EditorialComments ⋅ May 30, 2012
A drastic style shift has occurred within the last few years of menswear. This current decade is now home to countless brands offering meticulously tailored, handcrafted garbs capable of standing the test of time and wear. Opening their eyes to uncha...

The 101: Christian Hosoi

StyleComments ⋅ May 2, 2012
“He is one of the most legendary skate figures, and easily one of the most inspirational people to have ever skated.” Those words weren’t spoken of Tony Hawk, they were spoken by Tony Hawk, in reference to Christian ‘Holmes’ Hosoi — a supremely ta...

The 101: Momotaro Denim

StyleComments ⋅ Apr 4, 2012
For approximately 20 years the group consortium of Japan Blue has illustrated its tenacity for innovation in the area of denim manufacturing. Based in the Okayama prefecture, Japan Blue has firmly instituted itself in an area affectionately referred...

The 101: Eames Chairs

EditorialComments ⋅ Mar 7, 2012
Many a rendition from the fabled Eames design duo must feature among the most iconic designs of the 20th century. Throughout the years, these iconic designs have endured in production until now thanks to the efforts of Herman Miller. The story behind...

The 101: Wingtips

EditorialComments ⋅ Feb 8, 2012
Popular as a men’s shoe style for centuries, the wing-tip traces its origins to the 1800s in Scotland and Ireland where shoes typified by the layering of untanned leather panels gained popularity at the time. Acting as early-modern outdoor footwear,...