Five Four’s head designer, Mark McNairy worked with Motofumi “Poggy” Kogi, the creative director of United Arrows & Sons in Japan, to create a spring 2017 collection that encompasses a Japanese aesthetic for the modern American man.
This new line designed by McNairy, which is produced by Los Angeles-based menswear subscription service Five Four, marks the second footwear collection for the designer.
I recently chatted with Five Four Club co-founders Andres Izquieta and Dee Murthy about how they got started in menswear and how they managed to evolve into a $50 million business after being heavily affected by the recession in 2008.
Levi’s has released a three-part documentary film celebrating the 501 jean and its place in American history, entitled The 501 Jean: Stories of an Original, on its website, levi.com.
MR Fashion Director William Buckley on some of his highlights from Capsule Vegas FW16.
Published by HarperCollins, this 176 page book delivers menswear designer Mark McNairy’s unadulterated take on men’s style, manners, and life and how to live it with his usual candor and wry wit.
The designer has made a collection exclusively for the online apparel-subscription club.
Elise Diamantini: While the weather is getting cooler in New York, spring is certainly in the air this fashion week.
Harry Sheff talks to Badowers about tailored clothing, Barbour jackets and how a comment about “ironic shoes” fueled some profanity-laced T-shirts and belt buckles.
Harry Sheff: Exotic cufflinks and pins, travel chopsticks, wild pants and hair pomade were a few of the things that caught my eye at the Las Vegas and New York trade shows.