Socks and sandals. Oh, man. The combo used to be shorthand for "terrible style," or maybe "elderly German tourist who uses hiking poles while walking on the sidewalk." But because the world is a vast interesting
David Beckham has Very Good Hair. This is news to exactly no one. But, for much of his career, the former footballer has opted for styles that aren't exactly easy to emulate. His much-lauded pompadour?
Keeping fit is no longer just a case of getting sweaty for as long as humanly possible. Now we have unnecessarily expensive gym memberships, state-of-the-art running shoes and, best of all, high-tech watches.
Style Archive: our new series in which we celebrate the stars of the past that made menswear what it is today. This week, a look back at Mickey Rourke in the 90s. Nineties A-listers were some of the first
Style diktats long decreed that clothes should properly fit. Too small, and you're infantilised. Too big, and you'll drown in swathes of fabric. The sentiment largely stands. But, as some of the Old Ways
Ah, the white suit. Very Jay Gatbsy, isn't it? Or perhaps a step closer to P. Diddy's infamous colour-themed party. And, while both gentleman are separated by era and actual existence, the white suit provides
Skinny ties and slim-cut suits á la Don Draper. Bell bottoms, tie-dye, and mutton chops á la Joe Cocker. It would be hard to find a period more stylistically dissonant than the late 1960s—which is part
'Awesome, the nineties is back!' shrieks every streetwear blogger. They're not wrong, but the sentiment is more old hat than bucket hat: it's been the case for a while now. And as a man who found mega-fame
The US coasts approach style very differently. On the left, we've got downward dogging, crystal healing, 'just chill' man-aphernalia. To the right, high-powered corporate tailoring that could lose its
Join Esquire for the fourth in our series of intimate supper clubs, where we'll be taking you behind the scenes at one of London’s favourite Japanese restaurants, Sake No Hana. Esquire Evenings in association
Waffleheads: a group of ardent Vans followers, so named after the signature sole that treads every pair of the brand's sneakers. The fandom continues to grow, but few can rival Henry Davies when it comes
Michael B. Jordan has enjoyed a good few years. Following the success of Black Panther, the Killmonger actor has transcended typical Hollywood style. Instead of a classic tux, we got Louis Vuitton harnesses;