A tour of CFDA favorite Todd Snyder's fall/winter line, including his work with the storied Massachusets tailor Southwick.
Kempt takes a tour of J.Crew's new Ludlow Suiting shop, complete with Drakes pocket squares, original Muytjens sketches and a deconstructed Ludlow jacket that lets you see the half-canvas construction up close
Otter Wax offers a guide to maintaining leather and waxed cotton gear. The good news: it's not as messy as you think.
Kempt test-drives Odin's new unisex scent. The verdict: "Cedar and squirrel."
Kempt names the best new designers of 2011, including Ovadia & Sons and Todd Snyder.
A first peek at the spring/summer '12 lookbook from LBM 1911, one of the leading brands of the recent Italian revival.
Kempt weighs in on the tucked-in tie--and comes up with seven situations in which it's all right.
Kempt's ode to the wool ties of fall and winter, including items from Hill-Side, Drakes and Billy Reid.
American style always makes a comeback when the weather gets cold. Kempt explains why those Red Wings keep jumping out of the closet...
Kempt runs down the five styles of camo print that matter for the upcoming seasons.
Kempt weighs in on the state of the modern peacoat, with models ranging from rugged to glamorous.
The Kempt guide to formal socks, including Pantherella, Drakes and some upcoming models from Shipley & Halmos.
Kempt's ode to the madder tie, also known as The Old-Man Tie.
Kempt's guide to the mini-season known as pre-fall.
Kempt matches up Billy Reid's F/W collection (arriving in stores this month) with the most-listened bands on his last.fm profile. As it turns out, Lou Rawls was pretty stylish...
Kempt's guide to swapping in colorful shoelaces, including where to get them and what colors work best.
Kempt's guide to staying stylish in extremely hot weather.
Kempt's guide to keeping your linen items crisp this summer.
Kempt celebrates the personal style of Jacques Cousteau.
Kempt's guide to the cutaway polo, a subtle twist on the classic summer item.
Paul Smith designed the new off-field uniforms for Manchester United. Kempt's favorite touch: the purple shoelaces.
The most iconic sunglass designs in history, courtesy of Steve McQueen, Jean-Luc Godard, and five others.
Kempt explains the essentials to finding a perfect Panama hat, and why aficionados will drop $35,000 for the perfect one.
The latest fall/winter gear from Riviera Club includes neckerchiefs and porkpie hats.
Kempt shines a spotlight on the single most important detail on a men's blazer: length. It's the statement many men don't even know they're making.
Kempt digs up Raketa, the official watch brand of the Soviet Union. Particularly notable is the 24-hour watchface, instead of the standard 12-hour.
David Hart's S/S crop of cotton ties alternates between summery plaids and outsized graphic prints.
Fred Perry is releasing a new line of plimsolls on their site next week, available in ecru and army green.
Kempt gets an early peak at Ralph Lauren's Fall/Winter 2011 collections, including the newly launched Black Label Denim line.
The Burkman Brothers latest pop-up at Odin's Soho shop highlights a classic summer camp accessory: the friendship bracelet.
Pierrepont Hicks latest lookbook was shot at a Minneapolis record store with local bands as models.
Kempt's rules for pulling off the double-breasted blazer. The double-breasted blazer is enjoying a bit of a renaissance, so Kempt's drawn up a little map for your venture into double-wide territory.
A gentleman's guide to tie pins, tie bars and tie clips, courtesy of Kempt.
A look behind the scenes at Industry of All Nations new denim line, manufactured with local dyes in southeastern India.
This shawl collar sweater from Norway's Amundsen takes its style cues from selvedge denim with tricolor strip along the wrist.
Hill-Side teamed up with UK dye company Tender Co. to produce a new line of scarves and ties with ancient English woad dye.
World Cup Team Italy's magnificent Dolce & Gabbana-designed “formal uniform” for their official team trips ~ a navy suit and aviators.
These hats are made from recycled cassette tape, woven into a waterproof canvas. They'll even make sound if you run a tape head over them.
PS Paul Smith's latest lookbook adds in a heavy dose of early 60s style to his usual dandyism.
Japan's N.Hoolywood is bringing the savoir faire of Old Hollywood back into the mainstream of men's fashion.
E. Tautz brings British colonial touches to their latest collection of suits and work shirts.
New York's Lee Harkness specializes in tuxedo-esque pullover shirts and vintage-inspired club collars.
Generic Man branches into two-tone territory with this patent leather captoe.
Kempt goes behind the scenes with southern suitmaker Billy Reid.
These Colchester Rubber Co. basketball shoes (circa 1892) are going back on the market thanks to a detailed recreation. Think of them as the original Chuck Taylors.
Viceroy specializes in nostalgic, pajama-esque casualwear. The slogan is "Made for Daydreaming."