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Uncategorized / June 17 2009 11:48 AM

THE TEN: Best-Styled Television Shows

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Half of the reason why I watch television (and 75% of the reason why I never miss an episode of Gossip Girl) is for the wardrobe. We’ve concocted a list of 10 shows, old and new, that we may watch just to see what they’re wearing.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

1. Gossip Girl- Given.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

2. Sex And The City- We couldn’t decide which should’ve been first, but then again, Gossip Girl is like a younger version of Sex and the City…

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

3. Ugly Betty- Even though Betty is meant to be super cheesy and unfashionable, she actually wears a lot of designer stuff. And Amanda? Fabulous.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

4. Marissa Cooper and Seth Cohen from the O.C.- Marissa may have had her problems, but that girl knew how to dress.  And Seth definitely popularized the whole ‘nerd/hipster’ thing…sorry Ryan, wife beaters aren’t exactly fashionable.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

5. Silver from 90210- Can’t say I ever wore thigh-highs and heels to high school.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

6. Kelly Bundy from Married With Children- Move over Kelly Kapowski, Christina Applegate is way hotter than you…or maybe just sluttier?

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

7. Addison Forbes-Montgomery from Private Practice- Oh you know, just another day at the office in my high-waisted skirt and adorable blouse

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

8. Swingtown- Check out that dude’s orange bell bottoms!

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

9. Mad Men- I really wish people still dressed like this, it’s so awesome.

THE TEN: Best Styled Television Shows

10. Dahlia Malloy from the Riches- Definitely not how my mom dresses.

 

Anything we missed? What’s your favorite show stylist?

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MEN'S / March 11 2009 4:49 PM

Watch Out Tavi, There’s A New Youngster In Town

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Watch Out Tavi, Theres A New Youngster In Town

Yeah that’s right, there’s another youngster who will soon be making his mark on the fashion world. His name is Arlo Weiner, and his dad is no other than Matt Weiner, the man responsible for the ever so famous Mad Men. Little Arlo is just 8 years old, and says he plans on getting into designing as soon as his mother buys him a sewing machine.

Are you kidding? This kid totally rules. Though he isn’t always spot on with his looks, isn’t that what fashion is all about, trials and tribulations. So Arlo, start working on your sweet talk and start commenting on Tavi’s blog, who knows you two could become the mega couple that saves the fashion industry.

Gallery: Watch Out Tavi, There’s A New Youngster In Town

Courtesy of: Men’s Style

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Uncategorized / November 18 2008 4:39 PM

GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

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GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

 

Here are some of the covers and spreads for the GQ Men of the Year issues. Unfortunately Daniel Saynt was not chosen to be a man of the year based mostly on the fact that having a soul is one of the main criteria, and well Daniel traded that away along time ago.

Thanks to The Fashionisto for the images.

GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

GQ Forgot Daniel Saynt!

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Uncategorized / October 17 2008 12:23 PM

Indies To Watch: Laura Ramsey

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Indies To Watch: Laura Ramsey

Indies To Watch: Laura Ramsey

Indies To Watch: Laura Ramsey

Laura Ramsey is definitly someone to keep your eye on in the up and coming. She is better known as Joy on the show Mad Men on AMC, but if you ask me she looks a little Taylor Momsen-esque (except you won’t feel like a pedophile for thinking she’s hot). She photographs every well, and with the increased success of Mad Men expect to see more and more of Miss. Ramsey!

Thanks to Golden Fiddle and Flickr for the photos.

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Uncategorized / July 30 2008 11:11 AM

Anatomy of a Look: The Classic Dapper Man

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Anatomy of a Look: The Classic Dapper Man


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Lately, I’ve become obsessed with 1940′s style of dress. I’m guessing it’s cause the Mad Men posters are all over New York, or it may be because I am secretly a “t-shirt and jeans as fashion” hater, either reason, I was instantly hooked on these photos when I spotted them on the blog of self-taught photographer Joseph Bleu.

The make-up of the dapper man requires a few tricks to pull it off correctly…

1. Buy a blue suit. Black is too funeral/wedding. You can rock it alone or mix it with a pair of plaid, tweed, or camel slacks.

2. Pick up a few pairs of tweed pants. Find complimentary colors to the blue jacket of the suit. Skip the double and triple pleats and opt for a light weight fabric. The pants should fit a bit looser, the style is casual not constraint.

3. Grab a button down that fits. Don’t go over baggy, the idea is to look polished so it’s important to wear a fitted shirt that won’t add bulk to your look. White is always classic, but feel free to play around with patterns and colors. You’re goal should be to be a modern version of the classic dapper.

4. Skip the fat tie. Thin ties work best with this look, bow ties a close second.

5. Thin Long Shoes. Pointed toes are the necessity when attempting the dapper. Black works, but a deep brown is preferred.

6. Upgrade You. The little details will make all the difference when pulling off this look. Break out the cufflinks, add a pocket square, match the belt with the shoes, skip the tube socks, get the tie pin, have the pocket watch, rock the fedora. The details will take prep to dapper in seconds so add them wisely.

7. Speak Like You Have Some Sense. While this look brings with it a silent knowledge, the better spoken you are the more likely folks will think you’re style is more than just a surface thing. Nothing is more stylish than someone who is well versed so skip the magazines and complete this intellectual look with a copy of Hemingway or Steinbeck. Also, this look doesn’t go well with a can of Pabst. Discover a couple of the great standards like a Rob Roy or a Gin & Tonic.

Thanks to Joseph Bleu for posting these photos

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