In a beautiful New Orleanian shot gun house lives Rahn Broady. A teacher, chef, gardener, and artisan he resides among his plants and herbs that seem to travel from his front yard to the rustic interior of his home. Organic branches extend from corners, vintage furniture and taxidermy line his walls. From interior design to the dinner plate he infuses his urban cowboy/gardener aesthetic to all visual forms including his wardrobe. Attaching real bird feathers to his trousers, bespoke tailored pieces, and jewelry made of real bones around his neck, he is the embodiment of an 1849 miner, voodoo king, and railroad tramp. Read his style story in Issue º13 Family out now!Read More
When the Sapeur emerged, it is was prevalent during the early 1980s, specifically in the youth southern group of the Bacongo due to the unsuccessful progress in electing appropriate government positions. This became a ritualistic thing that would transform the youth in society from being a regular citizen to this “classy man”.
950's Angeleno dandies. Point of fashion: rolled denim cuffs, shiny brogues, high waisted pink pleated trousers, wide collared shirts. LA Fashion week style snapped in between the shows.Read More
Cherise Shikai is a Japanese East LA native & menswear designer talks about her love for men’s clothes and how she refuses to change her style to get a guy.Read More
Oscar Wilde, Mr. Darcy, or Beau Brummell are a few comparisons to musician and often labelled dandy Alfred Darlington or also known as Daedelus. In his crowded sweat filled shows you will see him in full 3 piece regalia energetically dancing amongst his baseball capped and graphic t-shirted fans.Read More
LFW street style. Aristo-kilt with steam punk touches. You couldn't see but he was also wearing a choker entwined with red roses. Very romantic!Read More
For men’s fashion there really isn’t going to be someone who comes up to you and says that you look so beautiful today. Tattoos, piercings, all that kind of stuff fascinates me too, but I want to feel beautiful. Quinn Salazar is a painter, bicyclist, dandy man, and cover star for Issue º10 Proper! We had a chat with the Los Angeles renaissance man about how he developed his personal style and artistic style.Read More
Suits and ties are usually thought of as appropriate attire for the snooty, "you have to look your best" get togethers. But fashion really is for everyone, and not just women.Read More