Hooray, Saturday during football season
It’s all about details with Lacoste.
The Trad also known as the New Englander, the professor.
Dress code: Tweed blazers, button-down oxford-cloth shirts, rumpled khaki chinos.
First known sighting: The original J. Press shop in New Haven, Connecticut, 1902.
Recent sighting: Hipster coffee shop near you.
Hall of Famers: Miles Davis, George Plimpton, John Updike.
Signature accessory: Knit tie.
Bragging rights: Wearing the same pair of khakis for fifteen years.
Cause for stress: Hole in the crotch of said khakis.
Pickup line: “I like your cardigan.”
Favourite book: The Stories of John Cheever.
On his iPod: Talking Heads.
In his driveway: 1983 Mercedes Benz S-Series.
In his closet: Three-button wool herringbone blazer ($265) by J. Crew; cotton shirt ($30) by L.L. Bean; cotton tie ($95) by Gant; cotton trousers ($98) by Dockers; leather belt ($45) by J. Press; leather loafers ($495) by Prada; glasses ($405) by Tom Ford.
Basically most of my college professors—save the Prada loafers.