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The Breakfast Club: 1980s Styles Revisited with Bender, Brian + Andrew

The John Hughes 1985 classic The Breakfast Club is celebrating its 30 year anniversary this year with a restored and remastered theatrical release. Premiering March 16, 2015 during the SXSW festival, the movie will be…

Hollywood Leather Jackets: Iconic Movie Characters + Famous Leather Jackets

Reflecting on his role as Indiana Jones, actor Harrison Ford once shared, “Whoever decided that Indiana Jones should wear a felt hat and a leather jacket in the jungles should have been shot.” While Ford…

1940s Men’s Fashions: Classic Hollywood Films

Dealing with the aftermath of the Great Depression of 1929, men’s fashions of the 1930s were streamlined and simple when compared to the more formal 1920s. Solidifying the mood for the 1940s, the entry of…

1930s Fashion for Men: Style Shaped by the Great Depression

Great Depression Fashion: The 1930s The 1920s or Roaring Twenties were a formal time for men’s fashion, marked by sharp, tailored suits and strict dress rules. However, the Great Depression of 1929 devastated the world…

Popular 1920s Men’s Footwear for the Gentleman

1920s Men’s Cap Toe leather Boots with Spats Popularized by gangsters, fashion savvy men of the 1920s wore cap toe lace up leather boots with spats, usually made of wool or linen. The extra pop…

Popular 1920s Men’s Hats Revisited: From the Flat Cap & Bowler to Fedora

1920s Casual Hat: The Flat Cap The flat cap was a popular style of the 1920s, popular with everyone, ranging from golfers and newsboys to society elite, who enjoyed wearing them on relaxing days out.…

1920s Men’s Fashions: Formal Trends Featuring Suits, Dress Shirts & Accessories

1920s Men’s Fashions: Historical Context The trending style sentiments of the 1920s set the standard for men’s suiting options today. As industries grew and businesses thrived, new formal styles which revolved around the suit were…

Mad Men Final Season Style: Plaid & Check Jackets

Ahead of the airing of the second half of Mad Men’s seventh and final season, AMC releases promotional images featuring the stylish Don Draper, Pete Campbell and Roger Sterling. Leaving behind the 1960s and embracing…

Famous Men of 1920s: Charlie Chaplin + The Tramp Style of Comedy

Charlie Chaplin was a noted British comic actor of the silent film era. His role as the Tramp has become iconic with his baggy clothes, small bowler hat and large shoes as well as a…

Famous Men of 1920s: Charles Lindbergh, Aviator Style Icon

A timeless muse for aviator style in menswear, Charles Lindbergh was famous for his nonstop flight from Long Island, New York, to Paris, France. His fame helped usher the development of commercial flying and Air…