Justin Bethel and this Spring's Essentials

Justin Bethel from the Arizona Cardinals also does a bit of modeling. He's signed with top modeling agency Wilhelmina in NYC and as you can see the camera loves him. Here he shows us a few spring essentials that every man needs this season.

Photographer: Erik Carter

The stripe tee is a must-have like this one from Selected Homme.

A little retro but always cool, the raglan tee shirt- Selected Homme

This short sleeve shirt from Selected Homme is a light weight chambray perfect for those balmy days that are sure to come.

A light jacket for when the temperature drops in the evening. Jacket and Pants- Original Penguin

In the spring, stripes are to menswear what flowers are to womenswear. Shirt- Selected Homme | Pants- J.Hilburn

NYC's Spring Palette

Spring is officially here but sadly, it seems some places have not received the memo! NYC is one of those places, so here we are, yearning warmer weather but having to still wear our winter gear. I've found a few pieces that will help you during these days of climatic uncertainty. For starters, I found this rich blue windbreaker from Robert Graham, the perfect extra layer during spring. This winter  season, turtlenecks have been the MVP and the grey ribbed turtleneck from Life After Denim is keeping me nice and warm even during spring. If you are looking for a cap to add to your collection Gents always has a wide variety. I love this wool stripe one that gives me that extra bit of warmth on the old noggin.


Step right this way- Gola sneakers to take you around town.
 

Photography- Joel Richards

VMan 37 Return of the Male Supermodel

Bruce Weber has photographed some of the most notable names in the world. You can see his work in GQ, Vanity Fair, Interview, Rolling Stone and ad campaigns for Calvin Klein, Montcler, and Ralph Lauren to name a few. Bruce Weber partnered with VMan's EIC Stephen Gan and picked four up and coming  and sought after male models Jules Horn, Carson Aldridge, Jacob Hankin, and Jake Lahrman to grace the covers of VMan 37. He explains, "[Stephen Gan] and I were talking about this idea of photographing models again versus personalities, and I was kind of sad that people don't do more models." These guys are much more than just pretty faces. You'll see alongside the feature what their outside occupations are as these guys are more than meet the eye. They're occupations differ greatly, one of them is a high school student, another a hockey player while one is a tv producer and the other a nuclear mechanic.

Jules Horn by Bruce Weber

Carson Aldridge by Bruce Weber

Jacob Hankin by Bruce Weber

Jake Lahrman by Bruce Weber

Jake Lahrman at Re:Quest explains how he feels to be working with Bruce Weber, "I feel more than blessed to have such an amazing and talented person like Bruce in my life, so to be able to work with him this much is more than a pleasure. Bruce and I connect through the lens of the camera. He explained to me that when he looks at me through the lens of the camera he can feel all my emotions and see all the hard times and troubles that I've been through. To have a connection with someone so talented and successful is beyond a privilege." 

The issue hits news stands today so get yourself a copy and check out the rest of shoot which feature other industry muses like Remington Jay Perregaux, Mark Brent, Filip Hrivnak, Brian Shimansky and Michael Spadino.

A Day With Lady Liberty

I've lived in New York City for about 15 years, boy time flies! Never had I visited the Statue of Liberty. One of my goals for this year is to take advantage of this wonderful city. With everything happening in the political arena more than ever this symbol of liberty stands out as a beacon on what this country was built upon. Guys, if you ever have the chance go to this National Park, marvel at the view of downtown New York City and of this national symbol of liberty.


Coat- Ben Sherman | Cap- 47'

Sneakers- Gola Classics | Backpack- Fjall Raven



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