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TSBmen Needs a Videographer in Los Angeles


Hi Everybody, We have an exciting project coming up and we’re looking to bring on a part-time videographer in Los Angeles. The primary tasks will be shooting, editing and co-directing a web-based video series with Dan Trepanier and the TSB team. If you, or someone you know, is available in LA and meets the requirements […]

Lightweight Tweed feat. Angel Ramos

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We’re back in NYC for fashion week; attending shows, catching up with our East coast crew, and shooting some early Fall content. Now that we’re spending a lot of time in Los Angeles, it’s always fun to come back and hang with our New York friends. One guy that I always look forward to catching-up […]

A Sartorial Winter feat. Angel Ramos

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After the success of Summertime Tailoring feat. Angel Ramos, we had to bring him back for a winter story. And let’s face it, Angel is one of the flyest guys in todays’s menswear game. 2013 was a big year for Angel and his brand ANGEL | BESPOKE, and 2014 is shaping up to be even bigger. […]

Tailoring: A Game of Inches


Tailoring is, literally, a game of inches. And it’s all about proportions. Here’s a quick tip on pairing collars, ties and jackets together: they look best if they are the same width. Here’s two examples. 1. Slim & Minimal A collar is measured from the neckband seam to the point along one side. A lapel […]

The Return of the Gentleman’s Case

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Classic menswear has been booming. It’s great to see guys – especially young guys – appreciating things like hand-tailored suits and benchmade shoes. I’m talking investment pieces that have the potential to last a lifetime. One thing I’ve noticed, though, is that briefcases have remained very casual and flimsy across the board. I rarely see […]

Round Metal Shades Will Change Your Whole Look


No accessory in menswear impacts your overall look more than a pair of sunglasses; they’re often the focal point of an outfit and can add some distinct character. So rather than sticking to the same-old “updated version” of a wayfarer or aviator shape, consider trying something with a little more edge. Lately I’ve been loving […]

Casual Sartorial: T-Shirts & Trousers


Since moving out West I’ve been trying to find clever ways to combine my east coast tailoring roots with the casual culture of sunny Los Angeles. Last week I wore almost exclusively this: t-shirt, trousers, loafers, simple accessories. It’s a great in-between look that has a casual attitude, but an overall sharpness. Here’s two quick examples […]

Getting Freaky In My Dashiki


It’s amazing what you can find in the back of some vintage and second-hand shops. I often go goodwill hunting without searching for anything in particular, this way I can keep an open mind and try to find something “new”. The other day I was rummaging through a vintage warehouse in downtown Los Angeles when […]

Hollywood Entrepreneur Style feat. Jelani Johnson

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Jelani Johnson is an Ivy Leaguer, a world traveler, and an entrepreneur carving out his own space in Hollywood.  Although we crossed paths at Columbia University, we didn’t spend much time together on campus. He was wrapped up with classes and councils, and I with basketball and the discovery of fashion in NYC. When I […]