“Thom Browne’s always putting a different spin on the dress shirt every season. He’s doing something that’s a real hybrid that I haven’t seen that much, which is a button-down club collar. He finds a new way to reinvent the American button-down every season. This one we love because it’s a two-color windowpane pattern so you’re going to want to wear this with your quieter fabric suits and tweeds and sportcoats or a solid color cardigan. The tie is silk but it’s beefier, it’s heavily constructed and it will tie really stiff, with a strong dimple. I haven’t seen the red power tie, or the red tie, since the ’80s. This is the anti-Republican power tie.”
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Style: Levis x Billy Reid Collaboration
Brand collaborations have always interested me. I have recently started to do some research on the origins of concept to present day. It’s great when brands with such a deep heritage as Levi’s can see the future and partner with talented designers such as Billy. This video follow Billy, and GQ editor Jim Moore at the Levi’s headquarters gathering inspiration for the collab. This video also has the oldest pair of jeans in the world. And yes I would still wear them today.
Style: GQ best new designers Billy Reid. Chosen out of six designers GQ takes us inside the creativity and inspiration of their winner Billy Reid. Jim Moore sits down and discusses the details of his brand Stay tuned for the video covering his collaboration with Levis.
GQ Creative Director Jim Moore heads to NIKEiD to design his own Air Force Ones
One of the things I really respect from NIKE over the years is their willingness to openly collaborate with influencers in the market to make the brand their own. In return you have a life long evangelist for a product because they have ownership of it. In this video you get to see how detailed one can get at NIKEid