The one style every man needs. (And three others to consider.)
The most important factor to consider when buying jeans.
An appreciation of Marilyn Monroe's, ahem, chambray.
From dry, raw denim to the lightest fades.
Merits of either a button fly or zipper.
When the '80s "brat pack" showed us how to toughen up.
Without the dreaded "Canadian tuxedo" comments.
The unflinching style of "Cool Hand Luke."
Your jeans only get better with age.
This piece of rugged all-American outerwear transcends time and trends.
The iconic American designer Bill Blass knew how to mix L.L. Bean boots and denim.
A dapper alternative to your everyday blues.
Workwear sure worked for James Dean.
The best places to alter and restore your favorite pair.
Our handy guide for the best results.
What are you really exposing when you roll your jeans?
Don't know your bartack from your sanforization? Don't worry.
A 1946 American Weekly focuses on the working man.
Stylish guys have started carrying bandanas again. Tucked into a back pocket, it's a modern take on the pocket square.
Designer Victor Glemaud on wearing white jeans without feeling precious.
Marlon Brando channels blue collar cool in "A Streetcar Named Desire."
Lose weight this summer with jeans made for the heat.
How a simple, rugged cotton cloth worked its way up the fashion ladder to epitomize American style.