“For spring, you’ll see our prices much more friendly this year,” said J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler. “We can’t compete with designers. Our Madison Avenue and 66th Street Collection store does an enormous amount of business.”
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Two years ago I wore a pair of purple jeans and one of my friends told me that colored jeans were out of style. If you know anything about me, then you know I don’t care too much about what people think. But, I thought to myself “man, I wish colored jeans would come back in style.” Now my time is here! Bright, colorful, pastel jeans are back in style! Gap, Old Navy, and J.Crew are heavily promoting colored jeans for the spring. I particularly like them because you can almost pull them off as slacks on a casual Friday. This spring, I encourage everyone to be bold and try mixing patterns (i.e., shirts and shoes) with colored jeans. I love the floral pattern on Skinny H’s blazer. Mixing up colors and patterns shows that you aren’t afraid to be yourself and have fun with your look. Happy Spring Everyone!
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My mild obsession with Channing Tatum started six years ago when he played a high school basketball player in the film, Coach Carter. Though he had a small role, I will forever remember his appearance on the big screen. So when Paul, the man behind Manshion, dropped this GQ feature in my inbox as a gift to my roomie and me, I squealed a little internally. Ok, ok. Maybe a little externally, too.
tricked convinced a friend of mine to accompany me to see Tatum’s recently released film, The Eagle, without knowing what the movie was about. Ironically, beyond his shirtless scene, the movie is quite good.
Channing’s outfit totals more than $3,000, but you can pull off the same effect for much less.
Get the look!
Skinny knit tie: J. Crew, $50 (TIP: If you’re a bargain hunter, check ebay or Amazon.com for cheaper ties)