Brooklyn, N.Y., native Lougè Delcy created Dapperlou.com after noticing a lack of menswear-focused fashion blogs. With a keen eye and flawless style that blends traditional and modern menswear influences, major brands including Nike, H&M, Barneys New York, The Gap and Zegna have enlisted Delcy for product development and advertising projects.
“Sheriff & Cherry up-date classic wayfarer sunglasses in a colorful way with their Olympic frames. These are so funky and cool, I would actually get two: one to save as a collector’s item and the other to rock now.” Sheriff & Cherry G11 Olympic Multicolor Sunglasses ($120; Barneys New York)
iPhone Card Holder
“Nowadays, camouflage comes in many variations, so a camo iPhone 5 card holder by KILLSPENCER only seemed right. Minimal, functional and stylish design is everything you need, so what’s not to love?” KILLSPENCER iPhone 5 Camouflage Card Carrier ($69; killspencer.com)
“French designer Alexandre Mattiussi showcased a simple denim suit this season for AMI. This fresh take on denim works as a great alter-native to the jean jacket.” AMI Paris Two-Piece Suit (price available upon request;
“Coach is a brand that is very underrated when it comes to what it offers men. This colorblock tote is ultrafresh—it’s durable and large enough to where it truly feels like a man bag, not a ‘murse.’” Coach Thompson Colorblock Foldover Tote ($398; coach.com)
“Leather is a material that is no longer just for the fall. I’m really feeling this boxy oxblood tee for crisp spring days paired with denim and cool sneakers.” Acne Hackman Leather T-shirt in Wine (price available upon request; acnestudios.com)
“This is the best camo pant on the market. It’s affordable, it has a great fit and the print is balanced and current.” Dockers Camouflage Alpha Khaki Pant ($64; us.dockers.com)
With a fashion and entertainment site dedicated to helping men perfect their style “one post at a time,” founder Chris Law uses editorials, designer spotlights, advice columns and instructive posts to showcase men’s fashion in his unique way. The fashion writer is also currently working on his own menswear line.