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Thursday, December 3, 2015
Architects for Equinox and other upscale health clubs are trying to come up with new ways to make men feel less insecure.
Bob Ross touching up one of his seascapes in his home studio in 1991. Two decades after his death, Mr. Ross has become an unlikely star, through reruns of his PBS show, “The Joy of Painting,” on streaming video and other platforms.
Happy little trees forever: Twenty years after his death, the soothing host of “The Joy of Painting” is thriving on streaming video and social media.
Bill Murray painting by Allison Reimold.
The recent proliferation of T-shirts, posters, murals and memes suggests that the man who had his first fame decades ago has become an icon.
The actor and singer Evan Ross, 27, shares workout tips from the driveway of his Sherman Oaks, Calif. home.
Gift ideas for hard-to-shop-for men: cool socks for under $20, a city-ready Grenson shoe, new Topman goods, a click-to-order bike, Paul Smith leather.
MeLo-X at play near his home in East Flatbush, Brooklyn.
A musician and multimedia artist, MeLo-X got his start making unauthorized mixtapes.
The actor turned artist prefers no-fuss clothing that travels well. Zippers welcome.
The owner of JF Chen, a design gallery shopped by the rich and famous, opens up his own house.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has taken a public vow of celibacy. Will it help him on the field? Broadway Joe says no.
Handsome Dick Manitoba, the 61-year-old punk rocker and owner of dive bar Manitoba’s, hasn’t had a drink in 33 years.
Mr. Food Editor finds a classic American dish, weighs in on cooking shows, designs a menu for “M Train,” and waxes nostalgic for a Chinese dish.
An insight from the French poet helps the author grapple with the sudden death of a parent.
Some fellows are changing their hair after fizzled romances.
Bart Sights, who runs the lab.
Before a new line of Levi’s bluejeans appears in a store, Bart Sights and his team at the Eureka Lab have worked it over but good.
From humble origins denim pants went on to conquer the world. Sales have been sliding in recent years, but now millennials are buying them in force.
Together we have survived hippiedom, Andy Warhol’s Factory and the Mudd Club.
For indigo aficionados only, Japanese companies build on vintage American styles.
Three stores, from Lower Manhattan to Brooklyn, serve the man who is very serious about his denim.
Adam Rapoport in his office, wearing one of his white Charvet shirts.
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Saint Laurent sneakers and black Acne jeans are couple of things that make his list.
Men’s wear designers have gone back to the flannel shirt, but not in a way that evokes Seattle in the ’90s.
What do Diana Ross, Sister Sledge, Madonna, David Bowie, Duran Duran, Lady Gaga and Daft Punk have in common? This guy.
Lee O’Denat, who runs the website WorldStarHipHop, poses at Fullscreen, a media company he has teamed up with to expand his site’s reach. Mr. O’Denat attracts a lot of traffic, but he is eyeing the “Facebook blueprint.”
Can a website known for its fight videos and uncompromising approach to hip-hop culture expand without losing its edge? Its creator aims to find out.
Whenever men’s wear designers find themselves in need of inspiration, they turn to the pantheon: Cary Grant, Steve McQueen and Paul Newman.
From Ellen DeGeneres to Drake, the brand gains an influential following.
The exacting London restaurateur, co-author of “Nopi: The Cookbook,” says the croissants are gluey — but at least there’s SpongeBob.
The New England Patriots quarterback has a rifle of a right arm — and now something to brag about on his left, as well.
It took 11 years to build the team of 18 people who give the watch all of its hand-finishing.
Small-scale, crowdfunded companies are claiming a niche for themselves in the shadows of long-established watchmakers.
An entrepreneur turns to his techie roots to start a site for collectors of analog watches.
A sleek way to listen, repurposed baseball hats, a collaboration from Rag & Bone and Liberty, and more.
Five Chelsea boots for your fall wardrobe.
Victor Cruz's new denim collection, a polo shirt made for Bond, a magic tie and more.
The latest loafers from Gucci, Balenciaga and Bally mix traditional shapes and embellishments with more contemporary details.
Elegant classics, a capsule collection from Nick Wooster, a minimalist bathing suit and more.
From Dunhill, Burberry, Sacai, Marc Jacobs and Bottega Veneta, a modern take on a venerable fabric.
Designers are giving this fall must-have a revamp.
Perfect for weekend, these carryalls are roomy enough for shoes and clothes but still fit under the seat in front of you.
It used to be for the schoolyard. Now it’s for you, big guy.
Men’s billfolds are following the trend of slim, tailored men’s wear.
This season the major men’s wear brands, from Hermès to Salvatore Ferragamo, offer fresh takes on a garment with a terrific heritage.
High-concept fashion shows may confuse the man who is just wondering what to wear.
Nigel Cabourn, center, with Drew Holmes, left, and Derek Buse at Pier 25 in Tribeca.
The British designer carries heavy medicine balls with him wherever he travels for a unique workout that has helped him lose 50 pounds.
The country singer and songwriter puts himself through a customized CrossFit routine while touring.
A guide to life, of sorts, with easy-to-follow rules of conduct that may help one live sensibly in the modern world.
In life, he was a broke alcoholic painter who sold furniture at Chelsea Market. Then he made his first and last good business move: He died.
Having just kicked heroin, our protagonist proposes marriage. And then the fun begins.
Auctioneers sell vintage Ferraris and Porsches to semi-retired car aficionados (including Jay Leno) and younger Silicon Valley hotshots along the California coast.
An increasing number of men who lack the whiskers for a full beard are undergoing hair transplant surgery for the face.
Long in decline, barbershops are back, and are serving beer, bourbon and coffee along with shaves and trims.
A man confronts his changing appearance after the onset of a skin disease.
The founders of Want Essentiels de la Vie, Dexter and Byron Peart, have dedicated themselves to making life easier for the business traveler.
Who said Hell’s Kitchen has too many gay bars? John Blair, Beto Sutter and Ted Arenas open a spot on Ninth Avenue.
The men of Skadden Arps update the image of the staid litigator.
The boots, originally made for blue-collar workers, are now on the runways.
The acclaimed food blogger and author wanted more than a home kitchen in his Parisian apartment. He needed a place to put all his cookbooks.
The men at BDDW’s annual Weenie Roast show off their archery skills and finest tweed.
Tiberio Lobo-Navia, a bartender from Miami, was restless until he found a home at Bar Sardine in Greenwich Village.
More advice for the home cook from our food editor, Sam Sifton. This time around, he answers questions on eggs and cooking temperatures.
Do you want the latest thing? You’ve come to the wrong place. A visit to a classic tailoring emporium in TriBeCa.
The film festival’s rising stars reveal their wardrobe choices.
A visit with the employees of the short-form blogging platform at their Manhattan office.
The singer Rufus Wainwright and the novelist Jay McInerney, among others, discuss their personal style at the chic Watermill Center benefit.
The runways outside the runways at the men’s spring 2016 shows.
Models and influencers take to the streets of Paris to show off their style during men’s fashion week.
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Style on the streets of Florence and Milan during the men’s fashion shows.
Men’s fashion insiders describe their looks during a dinner party hosted by the luxury-brand mogul Brunello Cucinelli.
Fashion fans and models take to the streets during the spring 2016 men’s collection shows in London.
The straw hat is a fashion perennial at the men’s fashion fair in Florence, Italy.
Stylish guys captured in their finery at the fourth New York iteration of the Frieze Art Fair on Randalls Island.
A Brooklyn barbershop caters to clients who may need a little trim but who are all set fashionwise.
After a long hiatus, a formal New York men’s fashion week returned.
Men have a new knot: the bow tie, which has been spotted at polo matches, at the Belmont Stakes, at picnics and at dance events.
Established dress codes are under assault, but aren’t they always?
An elegant new men’s wear store in Milan has three levels: “Glamour,” “Bizarre” and “Obsession.”
Joining the parade of men’s boutiques in the Marais, Givenchy shows off its mix of haute history and sharp detailing.
At Assembly Los Angeles, the shopkeeper and designer Greg Armas fills the racks with below-the-radar brands.
The store makes the fashion choices for guys, and it all works out well.
The company’s new Upper East Side store is its first in New York and offers weekenders prepwear with a shrug in the colors of Easter.
The company’s new Madison Avenue outpost has suits aplenty but casual clothing, too.
The interior designer Ryan Korban, whose clients include Alexander Wang and James Franco, scales back on taxidermy and loads up on luxury in beige.
Véronique Nichanian gives a tour of her favorite room in her airy Paris apartment.
A cluttered work space is a source of inspiration for James Draplin, a graphic designer.
The photographer Nicholas Maggio lives in sunny California but prefers a noir look out of the 1930s.
You can have your townhouse. The former pitcher and current Mets commentator prefers the 37th floor.
Antique books, Japanese antiques and a Jean-Michel Basquiat painting fill the space, which Mr. Giammetti designed with the architect Peter Marino.
A place filled with natural light and random items.