There are names in the canon of “style icons” that menswear aficionados laud over. The usual suspects like McQueen, S. Clooney, G. Davis, M. Newman, P. Prince Charles, HRH, and others. Today we’d like to add a name to that list. James Hacker of “Yes, Minister”. While the aforementioned men are standard bearers, there are others whom we feel deserve the same level of sartorial respect but are left out of popular discussion only because their careers or exploits may have been less documented. Mr. James Hacker is one of these men.
In our latest for Primer Magazine we discuss the necessary preparations for the wet weather season, AKA Spring. Cover up and stay dry with these options.
Spring is sputtering into shape in DC and we’ve turned our attention to the lighter side of footwear. After pounding around in ankle high Horween leather boots, it’s time to brighten up and lighten up. We recently came across one brand that we’ve neglected in the past but its new spring offerings deserve a bit of attention.
STRIVE DC is a Washington DC non-profit organization that helps chronically unemployed people in the Washington, DC area transform their lives through employment. The program helps people find and keep employment through three programs. The third program, Career Gear, provides professional clothing to men seeking work free of charge.