Kingpin’s Hideaway: Dress Like a Man, It’s Better – Sociéte Perrier Review

Societe Perrier Review of Kingpin's Hideaway Mens Fashion

Societe Perrier Reviews Kingpin's Hideaway and the New Look for Mens Fashion

It’s not about dressing like Draper (as in Don, y’know?) It’s about being dapper. Accoutrements are key, and being noticed by means of standing out as opposed to sticking out is where this rising trend is heading.

So says Adam Mazerall’s latest article for Sociéte Perrier, an online guide to “the global enthusiast’s source for engaging content and great events. Curating the best in nightlife, art, music, fashion, travel, mixology and cocktail culture.” Mazerall describes the intention of the Hideaway very well,

For Hagey, dressing the kingpin way is about confidence, masculinity, and conscientious dressing. Kingpin attire is essentially gentlemenswear taken to the next level. Sure, you have your suit, your shoes, your overcoat, but what can you do with a fanciful tie, or a vintage shirt whose pattern can seem otherworldly in today’s GQ-styled world, or a set of cufflinks that hearken back to the ‘20s, or a pair of shoes that conjure thoughts of Prohibition era…? This is where the kingpin is born. Having a sort of mise en place philosophy to one’s wardrobe.

The full article may be found here:

Kingpin’s Hideaway: Dress Like a Man, It’s Better

Vintage-style Pinup Peek-a-boo Ties at Kingpin's Hideaway

Vintage-style Pin-up Peek-a-boo Ties at Kingpin's Hideaway

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