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Sunday Styles: Urban Explorer

Functional clothing never felt so good. The combination of a sharp utility jacket, heavy chinos, and fine cashmere means that everywhere you go this fall you’ll be prepared – and comfortable. Comfortable suede derbies round out the walkability of this look, and rugged luggage from Master-Piece will keep your prized positions safe from autumn weather.

Sunday Styles: Early Autumn Colors

Ring Jacket Donegal Sport Coat from H. Stockton Drake’s Hunter Medallion Square from Exquisite Trimmings Blue Oxford from Spier & Mackay Incotex Corduroy from Khakis of Carmel Burgundy Grenadine Tie from David Fin  Deerskin Belt from Jeeves Crockett & Jones Loafer from Pediwear

Sunday Styles: Urban Patchwork

1. Indigo wool CPO from Apolis 2. The Cast 2 in Terrain Indigo from John Elliot + Co. 3. Granddad shirt in Apache from Freemans Sporting Club 4. Viberg Service Boots from No Man Walks Alone  5. Larose Paris Zip Fedora from Need Supply 

5 Must-Have Fall Sneakers That Aren’t Tennis Shoes

Adidas Ultra Boost Forget Kanye and his spat with the Beavertonians-that-shall-not-be-named. Adidas’ latest footwear offerings stand on their own in terms of comfort, design, and utility. Unlike that other company’s more adventurous products, most of Adidas’ sneakers both perform well and look great. The Boost sole offers excellent comfort, and you can find it on everything

Sunday Styles: Autumn Safari Style

For a touch of safari style this autmn, try an easy-wearing combination of a safari jacket, earth-toned shirt, cream trousers, and casual chukka boots.  1. Jacket: Inis Meain Linen Safari Jacket from Khaki’s of Carmel 2. Shirt: G. Inglese Polo from No Man Walks Alone 3. Trousers: Ring Jacket cotton trousers from The Armoury 4. Boots:

Sartoria Formosa, Napoli.

Sartoria Formosa has perhaps one of the best reputations in Naples. The tailoring house is tucked away in the same courtyard as E&G Cappelli, right on Via Cavallerizza, between Via Mille and Via Cavallerizza. It’s a small, woody courtyard–not a lot of foot traffic. However, the workmanship brings its own clientele, and people throughout Naples

SF10: the philosophy of Revolver San Francisco.

Robert Patterson runs Revolver San Francisco, a shop and gallery that has stocked plenty of the lines Styleforum joneses for: Yuketen, Monitaly, Creep, Crate, and Journal Standard, among others. Revolver’s stock and atmosphere are very Pacific—somewhere between the Haight and Japan. But Revolver is just one among several successful projects that Robert is involved in in

Expert Shoe Care With Nick V.

Nick V., owner of esteemed shoe repair outfit B. Nelson Shoes, NYC, knows his stitch. And his welts, and his vamps from his throats. He knows shoes. He takes abused, worn-out kicks and recrafts and resoles them–rehabilitates them. In an ongoing series, Nick will be answering some of my questions to help you treat your