Eddie Hayes is a former homicide prosecutor in the Bronx and a trial lawyer in New York City. He is a member of the International Best Dressed Hall of Fame.


An old yellow coat, Ivy League style, JFK, and the memory of slaving to buy clothes in college all combine to send one writer in search of the store where he found his style.

Good Hunting

Not every man lives near a slew of good men’s clothing outlets. With that in mind, here are a host of great online sources for everything from cool socks to high-end outerwear.

Just For You

If you think you’re ready to go beyond off-the-rack suits, you need to know a few things, like the difference between made to measure and bespoke. And that’s just the start.


Bill Clinton’s wardrobe is strictly from Dullsville, so if Hillary makes it to the White House, he’s going to need a serious do-over to get off on the right foot.

Seeing Red

The clothes the GOP candidate wears tells us all we need to know about a man whose idea of dressing well extends no further than how expensive his clothes are.


The police chief who calmed a city after a sniper murdered five Dallas policemen is a man with true style: He knows that it’s how you act underneath the clothes that matters.