Men of Habit Archive

Men of Habit: Marcus


I caught Marcus arriving yesterday morning before many other photographers had gotten in. He’s really stood out as the most stylish guy at Pitti¬†Uomo to me. Good looks and Cucinelli cashmere can get you pretty far, but Marcus has that top-shelf taste that very few–even here at Pitti–possess.

Men of Habit: Agyesh


There were lots of capes today at Pitti Uomo, but none looked better wearing one than my friend Agyesh.

Men of Habit: Manolo

Some classify modern style by fit and detail. I’d say it’s greater than the sum of its parts. Designers like Thom Browne, Mark McNairy, and Tom Ford are some of the few who have really sharp, albeit different, perspectives on modern style. Enter my friend Manolo who has this modern sensibility in spades and puts it to work in the custom clothes he creates. Love the flapped patch pockets on his jacket and the black silk knit tie. We can all learn a thing or two.

Men of Habit: Patrick

Few guys really wear suits with ease, Patrick’s one of them. Style for days. Check the unique Sid Mashburn double-sided belt and vintage YSL raw silk tie that works perfectly with the rest of his look. Well done, very well done.

Men of Habit: Wale

West African prints and tailored clothing. Wale did it. Love seeing personal details that are totally original, and he certainly nails that here. Don’t miss those barchetta patch pockets, either. Bringing together inspiration from Neapolitan tailoring with Nigerian heritage. Too cool.