Imagine designing your own unique Nike basketball shoes: placing the colors you choose wherever you prefer them, deciding what style shoe you like the most.
Gentlemen, if you’re looking to blend the best of Italian men’s clothing with fine English tailoring and a touch of artful color, Jay Kos should be your destination.
Here are things that men will love in the dead of winter, especially when the wind chill factor dictates ordering in food and losing yourself in the home entertainment system or a good book. Speaking of good books, Headlock: Chronicles of a Psychiatrist’s Son by Eugene Rubin is so engrossing and hilarious that you’ll forget <… >
Dust is a serious problem in New York City. Like it or not all denizens of the Big Apple are confronted with a grim and unrelenting reality – the dust stops here.
I have heard about the health benefits of fish oils for some time but never realized that what we are talking about here is Cod Liver Oil.
This year the gift emphasis should be on distinctive, affordable and thoughtful as opposed to glitzy and over-the-top. Here, then, is the gentleman’s guide to gifts that will resonate long after the initial flush of wrapping paper and excitement are over. Nothing elicits a smile like crafted artisanal cheese produced farm-fresh in upstate New York <… >
I bumped into the celebrity stylist Gary Evans at Game 6 of the World Series in the Bronx recently. Gary was attending the decisive game of the Yankee’s 27th World Series Championship, and late night after-party, as a guest of the Steinbrenner family because he styles the hair of Jennifer Swindal Steinbrenner, the baseball and <… >
Sunbeam first pioneered 3-way beating action mixers in the 1930′s henceforth revolutionizing mixing for generations of bakers and chefs around the globe. In fact, the Mixmaster may well have been the most popular kitchen appliance of the 20th Century. Today the Sunbeam Mixmaster models have the same art deco elegance, styling and rugged die-cast metal <… >
1800 Tequila has come up with a brilliantly creative limited-edition collection of Essential Artists bottles selected from over 15,000 online submissions from artists across the country. In the second year of Essential Artists program, 11 of the designs were selected from submissions and one from a “celebrity artist” designed by the Obama “hope” artist Shepard <… >
(Editor’s note: Mr. Sprogis is the founder of b.cause, and manager of Warren Tricomi Salon in Greenwich, CT) Kenneth Cole is my idol. We both believe in the idea that businesses can be a powerful force for social change. For him, that means using ad campaigns and marketing initiatives to bring attention to social causes. <… >