Let’s Talk Men’s Fashion: 2013 Spring Trends…

Sep 18, 2012 | By:

Since last week was Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, let’s talk about something that we have not so far…men’s fashion. In fashion, we see many times the styles of women and what looks best on women (which is great by the way), but let’s dive into some of the men’s fashion seen last week at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Shows.

We have truly stepped into the age of the hipster. So much of men’s fashion today is influenced from a previous time. Pleated pants, straight leg slacks, tight collared shirts, Mr. Rogers cardigans, skinny ties, Oxfords, and Sebagos…all elements of men’s modern day fashion. Brands that gained acclaim in the sixties, seventies, and eighties are beginning to resurface and once again dominate the men’s fashion industry. Oxfords, Sebagos, Hush Puppies (three brands my father and grandfather wore frequently) have reemerged and have become the go-to fashion trends for the modern day hipster/prepster. As a matter of fact, I’m wearing Hush Puppies right now.

You’re gonna know more about men’s fashion before I’m done. The lessons… starts… now. Check out the men’s fashion trends from the 2013 Spring line of some of the world’s hottest fashion designers… Wait, there’s more…

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STYLEBUZZ411| Men & Boys, Swizz Beatz Has A Lesson For You…

Nov 5, 2010 | By:

Swizz gives  step by step on how to properly tie a Bow Tie… Wait, there’s more…

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Gentleman, A New Accessory Line For You To Check Out… “HERDS OF THE FATHERS”

Jul 21, 2010 | By:

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Checking out one of my favorite fashion & lifestyle sites, The Fashion Bomb, and since I usually post a lot of stuff for my ladies, didn’t want to leave my gentleman out who support The Buzz In The City. Here’s a classic new accessory line created by Jason Akoi and Tobi Babajide, two New Jersey natives who met while attending Rutgers University. They started the line from scratch in their college dorm room because they said,

“We were searching for leather backpacks, but couldn’t find ones that fit our lifestyle. “ Wait, there’s more…

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NIKE CREATES A SNEAKER FOR ATL…..”ATL BIG NIKE”

Sep 30, 2009 | By:

 

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In celebration of American culture and some of the communities whom have shaped its identity, Nike Sportswear takes two of its basketball icons, the Big Nike and the Nike Blazer, to create a pack that honors the chosen cities. Long Beach, New York, Chicago, and Atlanta are the starting point for this collection of footwear inspired by the cultural cues that makes them legendary. Using the colors of the cities’ sport icons and their spirit of style, this pack shows what it means to rep your hood.

The ATL Big Nike’s are now available at Wish and Walter’s, and the Nike store in Lenox Square Mall…all here in Atlanta…..[more pics below Wait, there’s more…

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BUZZ ITEM OF THE DAY: The Lanvin Velvet High-Top Trainer

Jul 28, 2009 | By:

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As much as we all hate to admit it, summer 2009 is officially coming to a close. With only a little over a month left, fall is vastly nipping at our heels and with that comes a heavy influx of fall fashion previews and exclusives. Today is no different, as I have a fierce exclusive for all the fellas who can’t live without the latest sneakers.

Known for always being at the fore-front of cutting edge fashion and setting style trends, Lanvin consistently produces fashion that you not only want to wear, but Wait, there’s more…

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