The Fashion Regime

Men's style notes, advice, and conversation from an urban perspective.
newyorker:

Ian Crouch on Shabazz Napier’s one shining moment of truth: http://nyr.kr/R0mhxQ

“Speaking to reporters earlier in the tournament, Napier said that while he had played for Connecticut—making money for the school, his coaches, Nike, and so many other stakeholders in the system—he had not always had enough spending money to buy food. It might have gotten lost amidst the excitement of the national championship, were the contrast between the image of a hungry student athlete and that of the immense profits made from his sport not so striking.”

Photograph by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images.

newyorker:

Ian Crouch on Shabazz Napier’s one shining moment of truth: http://nyr.kr/R0mhxQ

“Speaking to reporters earlier in the tournament, Napier said that while he had played for Connecticut—making money for the school, his coaches, Nike, and so many other stakeholders in the system—he had not always had enough spending money to buy food. It might have gotten lost amidst the excitement of the national championship, were the contrast between the image of a hungry student athlete and that of the immense profits made from his sport not so striking.”

Photograph by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images.

(Source: newyorker.com)

drakes-london:

Drake’s Wool/Hemp Houndstooth Jacket, Cleeve Shirt, Brown Sleeveless Cashmere Cardigan, Rust Knit, Linen Pocket Square and Panama Hat with Tussah Silk Band.

Available at No.3 Clifford Street.