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A Lot Like Coming Home with Lands’ End

In the summer of 1984, Lands’ End founder Gary Comer wrote an article for placement in the seasonal catalog. He titled it, “The Principles of Doing Business”. In it, he shared the values that had transformed Lands’ End from a 15-order-a-day, yachting equipment supplier created in a Chicago basement into a multi-million dollar clothing retailer a…

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Off and Away in the Lightweight Down Parka From Lands’ End

Traveling is a huge passion of mine, and I hop on planes and trains (and automobiles) to explore new places every chance I get. After many years of lugging over-stuffed suitcases on bikes and boats and over miles of rocky paths, I have finally learned the value of packing only what I can carry in…

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Fall 2014/Spring 2015 Style Tips from GQ’s Sabir Peele

This past weekend, I had the opportunity to sit down with Sabir Peele from GQ Magazine and talk tips and trends for men this autumn. While it’s not always the case that men’s fashion editors and stylists truly embrace what men want to look like on their best days, Sabir is a guy who gets…

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The Premium Jean Pick for the Tall Slim Guy c/o Williamsburg Garment Company

When Kacy brought me these jeans I was skeptical. First the good: the cut and fit of these pants are stellar. I have a hard time as a tall guy finding fitted pants in my size. So often tall clothes get lumped in with big clothes. Not so with the Williamsburg Garment Company jeans—they fall…

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Why Investing in Tall-Dedicated Designer Denim Makes Plenty of Cents

Featured above: Lynn and Kate, Co-Founders of TallWater Jeans Popular since the 1970s as a “bridge” staple (a sample of the luxury/couture space at a more accessible price point), designer denim today is practically ubiquitous, with Citizens of Humanity burgundy and gold labels marking the back pockets of bootcuts everywhere, as far as the eye…