It's time to take stock and reconsider. King & Man has been acting a digital valet for the modern gentleman, for some years now and in that time the popularity (and perhaps relevance) of traditional blogs has changed. This seems a good time to pause, consider how King & Man can continue to serve modern men... Continue Reading →
Award winning, New York based Ernest Supplies was founded to take advantage of recent advances in natural skincare science and create products that fit seamlessly into an active lifestyle. All of their products "multi-task" to save time and effort. The Modern Man Trio was designed to give you "everything you need to keep your face... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IiFWg0nMXQo Here the fine folks at Baxter of California show us the details of the "Gentlemen's Cut". It's a classic men's hairstyle with convenient versatility. This men's haircut is defined by the way it blends at the corners, and is suitable for most hair textures and hair lines.
When a school year book includes a section written by an economics teacher, you wouldn't necessarily expect to find such sage advice on being a modern gentleman. There are plenty of ways to enter a pool. The stairs is not one of them. Never cancel dinner plans by text message. Don’t knock it ‘til you try it. If... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZeIB1hCk8k Watch an incredible celebration of Aston Martin’s heritage, bringing together 28 very special Aston Martins with a combined value of £65 million in a film produced to celebrate the transfer of ownership of the three super hangars at St Athan.
Across the road from the Bank of England building, in London's "square mile" stands the magnificent building of 27 Poultry. Previously known as the Midlands Bank building it has stood proudly since 1930, however it was left empty for some time before the team behind Soho House turned it in to an exclusive 5 star hotel and... Continue Reading →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGaet28Vino In Netflix's 2017 show Lemony Snicket: A series of unfortunate events the narrator is played by the immaculately well suited Patrick Warburton. His dulcet tones intermittently guide the story along, whilst summoning fashion overtones from Don Draper. Here is pops in to clarify the definition of dramatic irony.