Brooks Brothers teamed up with Disney to style Kermit the Frog for the up and coming Muppets movie scheduled to open on Thanksgiving weekend. The CEO of Brooks Brothers Claudio Del Vecchio was quoted as saying ““Kermit the Frog is an international legend admired by children and adults alike. Naturally we hopped at the chance to create his clothing.” So gents if Kermit can look this dapper so can you! Miss Piggy wouldn’t have it any other way.
Justin Timberlake is no stranger to fashion since the singer/actor/ fashion icon cofounded “denim culture” brand William Rast with business partner Trace Ayala back in 2005. Today JT is gracing the pages of Esquire UK’s December issue photographed by Benni Vaisson a studio in New York’s Meat Packing District. Catherine Hayward styled the superstar for this editorial.
The November issue of Details Magazine created an editorial spread entitled “Easy Street”. In reference to one’s life this title would be defined as effortless or simple to come by. Stylist Andreas Kokkino did just that while masterminding each look for this presentation. By layering model Clement Chabernaud with pieces such as shirts tied around the waist and scarves gave him a stylishly disheveled look that works. These black and white and overexposed shots taken by photographer Matthew Brookes in addition to Chabernaud’s carefully orchestrated candid posses further set the scene in this urban setting.
Steve Nash is no Lebron James when it comes to dressing outside the basketball arena. Often playfully teased by his NBA peers about his lack of style and once stated by Charles Barkley that “Steve looked like he slicks his hair back with his saliva”. It was quite hard to believe that Steve would be a part of the fashion world. Despite all the negative remarks, Nash recently teamed up with Indochino to launch his online suit collection. Looking quite dapper while modeling his line, Steve can now put a stop to all the naysayers when it comes to his style. The line is affordable and for the man looking for a customizable suit to fit him like a glove. Yes I did say customizable. So gents know your measurements. Indochino also gives you the option to overhaul any of these suits, for instance, not too keen on the lapels? There are three different options to choose from. At a price range of $39 to $49 USD the Nash collection also provides neckties and pocket squares whereas the suits range from $499 to $579. So if you’re in the market for a suit you should definitely check out this collection at Indochino online.