The 10 Best-Dressed Men of the Week

Whether 2020 is bringing out your minimalist side or your wildest fashion instincts, we’re all in this—and our face masks—together. Here are the biggest fits of the week coming to you from scooters, driveways, and the Emmy Awards. 


Dan Levy 

When in doubt, wear a Thom Browne skirt suit and say thank you. 

Stefon Diggs

Five-inch leather shorts have suddenly ascended from “luxury” to “pretty much essential.” 

Jeremy Pope styled by Jordan Boothe for the Emmy Awards, 2020.

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Jeremy Pope

This checkered Louis Vuitton suit is enough to make us miss awards show red carpets. 

Nick Young

Nick Young demonstrates some key tenets of quar fashion: lawlessness, always a bandana somewhere. 

Donovan Wildfong

The Fear of God model is your new sweater-vest north star. 

Jamal Adams

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Jamal Adams

This enormous Dries Van Noten sweater has us getting excited

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Telfar x Ugg: The Year of Telfar Continues With an Ugg Collaboration

The star of Telfar Clemens has been rising for a few years now, but in 2020, the New York designer seems to be skyrocketing. He single-handedly reinvented the It bag. The CDFA just awarded him the Accessory Designer of the Year prize for it. His clothes—genderless and retro and experimental at once—are worn by everyone from playwright Jeremy O. Harris to hip-hop star Swae Lee. (When both a red-hot rapper and an award-winning writer are wearing your label, you’re doing something right.) Now, the designer is bringing his signature touch to a new partnership with Ugg. Yes, that Ugg, the one that makes the fuzzy, fleece-y footwear that dominated the aughts.

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Ugg has been on a bit of an upswing within fashion circles. The brand has recently tapped buzzed-about labels like Eckhaus Latta and Heron Preston to inject the brand with a sharp sense

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The ‘Aliens’ Seiko Watch Was Made for 2179, but It Looks Awesome in 2020, Too

The watch is synonymous with Ghostbusters, even though Seiko had actually released this watch for real a year before the movie came out. The piece was produced in very low numbers and, by today’s standards, the then-revolutionary technology is pretty underwhelming. The Voice Note should really be called the Voice Snippet: it had the ability to record in only four or eight-second increments. Still enough time to pick up on EVPs, apparently.

Hamilton x Tenet Prop watchCourtesy of Hamilton

The Hamilton Khaki Navy BelowZero in Tenet

Making watches for Kubrick and turning out the first digital timepiece in history goes a long way in solidifying a brand’s Hollywood bona fides. Accordingly, Christopher Nolan has turned to Hamilton for several of his time-warping epics. For Tenet, Hamilton produced a prop watch that combined an analog display with a digital countdown timer. Hamilton CEO Vivian Stauffer told GQ the

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NYFW 2020: At Real-Live New York Fashion Week, It’s Anything but Sweatpants

Earlier this summer, talking about his fall 2021 show, Jonathan Anderson said that fashion should be a little quieter at the moment. I get that. I love the idea of a wardrobe that serves a person just trying to live with a bit of dignified glamour, like Anderson did at Loewe in July with his simple, proper coats and Prada did with its pin-neat lounge looks the same month. Very bourgeois, and full of the sort of stability many find comforting in these times. Your clothing doesn’t have to be sad sweatpants, but it doesn’t have to shout either. And anyways, all the political fashion—the “VOTE” T-shirts and all that stuff—makes me wanna claw my eyes out a little.

But there’s another school of dressers right now that wants fashion to be loud. These are people for whom fashion is a part of declaring identity, for whom

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