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By Scott Monty | Keeping alive manners, style, grooming, and other gentlemanly pursuits.
The Rose family has made luxury pyjamas since 1926, but the garment’s history reaches back to the 17th century. Pyjamas were made globally popular …Pyjamas
Sartorial tirades from one of the most tailored and opinionated dressers in all of New York City.
"You are calling me from a cell phone," Fran Lebowitz , the cultural critic, writer, and sometimes actress announces, mere seconds after I say hello. She says it's the worst connection in the history of …Clothing
Searching through cookbooks, leafing through food magazines and trolling through food blogs proves one fact over and over again: Cooks love making …Recipes
A subtle multi windowpaned fabric for our spring and summer suiting at the Armoury
Gray checks by Ring Jacket at the Armoury
Daniel via The Italian Flair
To the unrefined or unbred, the visiting card is but a trifling and insignificant bit of paper; but to the cultured disciple of social law, it …Gentlemen
When Kate and I were in Vermont last summer, we stumbled upon a book called Hill’s Manual of Social and Business Forms. It was published in 1880. The …Etiquette
There are but a handful of actors as well known today as they were at the dawn of Hollywood cinema. Clark Gable is one of those men. The star of some …Clothing
You forgot to take your sweater to the cleaners. Now what?
The dryer's heat releases moisture from the ice cubes, which helps loosen up wrinkles, while the tumbling dries things up and makes everything smooth.
Simply wrap the tape around your hand and pat your garment down to remove pet hair and lint.
The modern gentleman is too busy to shop, but he still wants to look his best.
Luckily, the e-commerce boom has reached men's clothing with a wide number of services catered to how men like to shop — not very often.
From subscription services like Trunk Club to a traditional internet retailer that …Clothing
How to write an email?
What’s next? A post on how to tie your shoes?
I know, I know. Email is such an ubiquitous part of our lives that you might think …Email
Frank Sinatra, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Image ID: ps_the_cd13_186This post is not about your favorite Sinatra's song, but if you needed to know how …Frank Sinatra
Hobbies aren’t just something that a man should do when he’s bored and doesn’t have anything else on the task list; they should be an integral part …Hobbies
When you're out for beers with your buddies tonight, don't be afraid to show off your IQ
Hey, we knew there was a reason booze and higher learning went so well together. According to a new study, an alcohol buzz (not downing an entire bottle) can actual increase creative cognition.
The study, …Drinking
Whiskey, whisky; single malt, single grain; pot stills, column stills -- consult our guide, and all their differences will be as clear as the one …Whiskey
So you can look like the super-hot dude you were meant to be.
Know the differences between American-, British-, and European-cut suits.
And learn what different fabrics look like.
When it comes to buttons, follow these easy rules.
Before you throw on that shirt with that tie, STOP! And take a look at …Clothing
1 How To Give Your Brain A Rest By Meditating
Working against a tight deadline? Skipping lunch? Finding it difficult to breathe? If this is sounding …Zen
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Men’s style is a sartorial minefield of sorts; there are a number of faux pas that can ruin a great look in an instant and negotiating them can be a …Clothing
As a girlfriend says to George in a fifth-season episode of Seinfeld, "I find pastrami to be the most sensual of all the salted cured meats." And …
THE INC. LIFE
Success has a way of getting to your head. Sometimes it's important to take a step back to put it all in perspective.
With the amount of chaos in the startup culture, it's easy to lose perspective of the world around us. From time to time, no matter if you're an entrepreneur or a …Entrepreneurship
Theodore Roosevelt was perhaps the most well-read president. On a normal day he’d read a book before breakfast with another two later in the day. …Reading
Life lessons from the late Star Trek actor.
Leonard Nimoy, the actor immortally known as Spock in Star Trek, died this morning at his home in Los Angeles. Read the quotes from his 2013 What I've Learned interview in Esquire UK below.
Best piece of advice I ever got was from John F Kennedy when I was …Star Trek