Planning is Now Your Strong Suit



Your wardrobe.

Think about it.

Now think about what your wardrobe would look like if you had a plan. Since Spring collections have arrived, and the last of the Winter sales have come and gone, it’s time to make a buying plan. Continue reading

Style Icon: Miles Davis

Miles Davis

1955-1960, West Germany, Miles Davis, Image by © Michael Ochs Archives/Corbis


There are achievements and then there are achievements.

We’ll focus on the latter, a member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, an album widely considered the best ever in a genre performed only by virtuosos, and In 2009 the U.S. House of Representatives honored Kind of Blue as a national treasure.

A giant in American music, an innovator for over 60 years, an artist par excellence, our fourth and final style icon celebrating Black History month is the one and only…

Mr. Miles Davis. Continue reading

Style Icon: Jean-Michel Basquiat

Jean-Michel Basquiat

Courtesy of William Coupon / CORBIS


Art, so very rarely, imitated life more than this. Artist, poet, musician and renaissance man that revitalized New York City’s art movement. In honor of black history month, our third Style Icon, the artist formerly known as SAMO…

Mr. Jean-Michel Basquiat. Continue reading

Style Icon: Sammy Davis Jr.

Sammy Davis Jr.


A career spanning six decades of old Hollywood is impressive. Being a Black Jewish man with a legendary career spanning six decades in the golden age of Hollywood is incredible. Oh, and he was part of a little group called The Rat Pack.

Routinely one of the best dressed men in a sea of best dressed men, in honor of black history month, our second Style Icon…

Mr. Sammy Davis Jr. Continue reading