Written by Matt Rimer
Tuesday, April 22nd, 2014 at 12:43pm
This cult-like extremism must be stopped!
Exploring your post-menswear lifestyle.
“I talk with slang and I’ma never stop speakin’ it.” – Big L I don’t know about you guys, but we here at Four Pins are all about informed, calm, respectful debate. This ethos was best echoed when Woolf and
Let me just set the record straight on this: If there’s anything that GQ’s current crop of Best New Menswear Designers in America proves, it’s not that menswear is harder to define than ever, it’s that it’s always been like
We have conversations that achieve next to nothing. We use words that would be utter gibberish to any outsider. We measure value using the immeasurable scale of influence. This is #menswear in 2014. This is pure nonsense. There was time
Let’s agree on some alternatives.
Swearing off your “old” style for you “new” style is quite the precarious path to walk
Dear #Menswear, Once upon a time there was a distinct separation between childhood and adulthood. Children wore T-shirts and sneakers, adults wore suits and shoes. There was some crossover of course—kids dressing up for church, adults playing basketball or changing
R.I.P. to all the fallen trends out there.