100-Years-of-Menswear

Men’s fashion doesn’t change as quickly as women’s fashion (understandably so since we’re not nearly as fickle) but that’s not to say that it hasn’t changed at all. Over the last 100 years men’s fashion has gone from practical to peacock, ranging from black and grey to bright colors and patterns. This collection of photography and illustrations demonstrates the impact of designers like Ralph Lauren and Armani in contrast to street fashion and looks inspired from club scenes. If you intend to single-handedly bring back a certain look 100 Years of Menswear will show you how to do it right.

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Flint & Tinder has always been one of our favorites because they make updated, high-quality American staples–without being fussy, over-designed or bearing a huge price tag. Our latest favorite? This Flannel-Lined Waxed Trucker Jacket. With classical trucker jacket styling and a flannel-lining for warmth, this Made in the USA trucker jacket is best in class. In addition to Martexin 7oz sailcloth exterior in eight different color options, you get fully-lined body / sleeves, interior media pocket, button-flap chest pocket, 2 welt hand pockets, and finishing like F & T antique metal buttons and a modern fit. Get yours today at Huckberry