Our top pick: Cayenne Red Seersucker Suit (JacketandPants), $595
In 1908, John Haspel Sr. founded his eponymous menswear brand in New Orleans with the goal of creating clothing that could withstand the southern heat. After observing British men wearing a lightweight and breathable material called seersucker in the warm-weather colonies of India, he decided to create the first seersucker suit. Colonialism aside, it became a hit.
Come for the "I dos" and stay for the rip roaring party afterward! Annie and Brad's what happens in New Orleans blush wedding was just that; a beautiful and meaningful wedding ceremony at Nola's Race + Religious that was proceeded by a reception their guests are not likely to soon forget! Read the full article here.
GQ.com | by The Editors of GQ | Photo by Peggy Sirota
America's favorite man-child was ahead of his time, not only for his gonzo 1980s kid show (which adults secretly loved) but also for his geeked-out look and perfect bow ties. And now that Pee-wee Herman's back, making Netflix movies and looking ageless, the fashion world is finally catching up.
“Let’s do lunch” is the ubiquitous refrain of many fashion folks and busy corporate-types in New York. But the problem is, a high-noon lunch date in June often means sweltering temperatures, sticky subway rides, and unsightly sweat stains. Not so chic. However, a pair of midday events this week taught us how to lunch in style while looking cool as a cucumber.