Level37′s Top Tier pick is the Marc by Marc Jacobs Short-Length Two-Tone Swim Shorts.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Short-Length Two-Tone Swim Shorts
Be the star at the poolside (or beach) without having to announce your arrival with an outdated floral print. You’ll look smart and as polished as one can posibly be in donning swimwear with these dual-toned shorts.
The soft and simple earth-tones allow you to keep the sleek side of your character in its right form. No one will think a teenager has crashed the party wearing shorts that are too loud or too long. Also, they’re not too short to make us believe that you’ve accidently worn your briefs instead of your swim attire.
A top tier choice well decided.
Level37- Well Stated
No, you’re not dressed like a superhero. And you’re not blind either. Certainly not.
You see clearly what you’ve done. You’ve made red hotter. It’s the color to don and be cool in no matter what. Bad boys wear red and there is certainly nothing wrong with that in our book. It’s a part of human nature- Let boys be boys.
Level37- Dare Devil
Zascha Knochell photographed by Adrian Mesko for GQ Japan
When the sun is high, it’s okay to relax. Easy summer style is meant to have its own persona and your character may take a bit of a vacation. You’re not losing it, you’re just keeping cool.
Showing off your 24-hour scruff tells us that summer is conquered by great souls like you. And conquer you will and shall, even if it’s done by settling into your seat to soak up the sun. Where is it going to go anyway? Summer days are here, and here to stay.
Level37- Life’s A Beach
Andre Hamann for Esquire Greece
The truth is that there is no formula. Somehow, it just works out.
Denim is invincible. If it is dying a death, it’s a slow one. And by slow we mean it’s probably not even crawling forward at a snail’s rate of travel. There will always be a perfect pair or layer to put with your denim. When in doubt, you can count on throwing on anything with it and stepping out in style without thought. Others will think you spent all morning.
Level37- You Know How To Wear It
Alexandre Cunha and Gabriel Perez photographed by Nacho Alegre for L’Optimum Magazine
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
Stay stylish by having your eye-wear make as much of a shout as your apparel. Balanced luxe will tip the scales in your favor by bringing you to a style status that all will want to reach. They may not see what you’re looking to, but it’s clear that you’re going in a desirable direction.
Don’t be surprised if you gain some followers.
Terron Wood photographed by A. P. Kim for Essential Homme
Level37- Seeing Style
I believe the same thought was running through his mind the entire shoot: Am I doing this right?
No worries, Alex, you made all the right moves.
Level37- In The Moment
Alex Dunstan for V Spain photographed by Mark Rabadan
There is always an element hidden from view. We see the evidence of wind, water, earth but it takes passion to give all of these elements a unifying meaning. It takes fire.
The things we ponder upon in the mind may remain from view, but somehow, the elements that require it’s existence will lead us to the truth.
Level37- Field Of Vision
Victor Clear photographed by Isa Silva for Factice.
A welcome back to hard earned luxe.
Versace presents their Fall/Winter 2012 ad campaign with Dmitriy Tanner as the male in the front seat. Captivating, mysterious and cool; this ad campaign higlights the fact that this collection will bring some serious attitude. It reminds us that fashion is deeper than what we think we know and there is always more to learn.
Level37- Direct Hit
Dmitriy Tanner photographed by Mert and Marcus for Versace F/W Campaign
Level37‘s Top Tier pick is the Kitsune Hampton Blazer.
They said it all. This is elegance.
Kitsune: Hampton Jacket with Piping
Luxury in a definitive piece makes a fine-tuned and refined statement. Unmatched and yet to be fallen, this is one piece a gent may don without pretense.
This jacket is full of detail with just enough strike to pair and style with other neutral pieces. The piping brings a new sense of contrast against the plaid print which make you feel complete rather than undone.
Level37- Height Of Sophistication
In this editorial, Florian Van Bael shows us the many ways a blazer can be worn. From casual to full-ready form, he explores the versatility of one staple item without it becoming overexposed to a bore.
All in all, the lesson is to not put style into a box. The worst thing that can be done is to take it to a level of serious that is limiting rather than liberating. Let your clothes speak for themselves. Today, your blazer may want to be straight-edged while tomorrow it will want to be playful. Take a listen. Style has more personality than you think.
Florian Van Bael photographed by Emilio Tini for GQ Italia May 2012