This winter,  New York City been brutal to say the least.  So removing a few layers and getting ready for warmer weather is certainly something to look forward to. We've teamed up with Moods of Norway to bring you a shop able editorial featuring our favorite piece from their Spring line. Of course, this suit is for a bolder gent, but it can be broken up and worn as separates with a  blazer with jeans or with shorts and tee. Our model Mass Fall is styling with a Moods of Norway white shirt, navy tie, grey fedora, and navy cap toe shoes. 

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AuthorLougè Delcy

Looking and smelling fresh goes hand in hand. The same way a run-down pair of shoes can ruin an outfit, a unpleasant scent can be just as offensive. So buy out time to find the right fragrance for you. But with so much product on the market one may ask, where to start? Well, finding ingredients in a scent that suites your taste is a start. From masculine to gentle, a gent's cologne should embody his personality and style. A masculine man's first thought may be to lean towards a bold woody scent, but this doesn't have to be the case.  Perhaps a softer scent like Dolce & Gabbana "The One" or YSL L'Homme de Nuit (which personally is my favorite) will work for him. The perfect balance between bold and light is key. Tom Ford 'Oud Wood and Italian Bergamont by Ermenegildo Zegna are two other great scents for a classic yet modern gent. Granted the price tag for designer scents isn't for everyone but paying for quality is inescapable.  

In collaboration with Ebay, I've curated a Collection of Eau de Toilette scents that range from classics to contemporary. Featuring all time favorites scents, to wish list and to gifts guides, collections is an ideal way to organize product (with a strong possibility of purchase). So check out my collections here and keep in mind smelling good isn't an option, so might as well do it elegantly.

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AuthorDapper Lou

Summer is slowly coming to an end, so have as much fun as possible before heading back to class. Hopefully text books won't break the bank and you'll have time to splurg. I've rounded up some online product from varsity jackets to backpacks. So look smart, feel smarter and study hard this fall.  (click to shop)

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AuthorDapper Lou

We all know that camouflage is used by military forces because of it's ability to blend soldiers into their surroundings. Certainly, this textile gives armies an advantage over their enemies during wartime. In the past, armies commissioned artist such as Salvador Dalí and Charles André to develop specialized patterns for combat. On the contrary, camo has also been used to promote an anti-war message by artist like Andy Warhol and Ian Hamilton Finley. 

Outside of art, since 1919 camouflage has been popular in fashion. From Street Wear to High Fashion, this disguising material is quite visible in designer collections across the market. Some may even suggest that the print is over used but nevertheless it's a menswear staple. 'Shot the Street' for casual camo and incorporate the iconic print into your summer wardrobe. 

These images were shot in Sydney, Australia, at New Orleans Jazz Fest and Soho, New York. 

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AuthorDapper Lou