Bill Belichick is a man of many talents. He’s a brilliant football coach, a masterful coacher of football, and… actually, there’s not much else. But there is one secret talent Belichick has that very few people know about. In the offseason, Coach Bill transforms from a molder of athletes on the gridiron to a molder of fashion trends on catwalks from Paris to Milan. More
Ever wonder, on any given season, whether at work or just chilling at home, “damn, I wish I could rock a pair of overalls without looking like an extra on ‘Shining Time Station’?” More
Founded in 2012 by some magnificent brains out of MIT, Ministry of Supply is one of the most thoughtful, and cutting-edge new brands creating menswear, that originally started with a goal of inspiring confidence through clothing. They’re the guys who have created such products as The Aviator Jacket – a water-resistant blazer you can fully bend, stretch, and twist in without overheating – and the Apollo Dress Shirt that was made with NASA spacesuit technology. More
Point/Counterpoint is a recurring feature on BDCwire that explores the pros and cons of various parts of life in Boston. These arguments may, or may not, break any new ground, but are meant as a starting point for you too to make an argument. What do you think? Is lumbersexual a thing, or should blogs and trendspotters stop pretending? More
Gisele Bundchen seemingly has it all. A doting husband in Tom Brady, two beautiful children, an incredible house in Brookline, and the reigning title as the world’s greatest supermodel. But now it appears she can add actress to that impressive resume, after starring in the new short film for Chanel’s iconic No. 5 fragrance.
I have a friend who dresses totally inappropriately. She wears clothes that look awful on her all the time–dresses that are too short and are unflattering for her figure (she’s not fat, but she’s not thin, either), belly shirts, really tight things that show her pooch, or skinny jeans that just aren’t a good look. It’s like she dresses herself in whatever is trendy without even thinking of whether it will look good on her body. More
For some ladies out there, shopping is something that is only fun in theory.
As a 5’5” girl, shopping in Boston has been pretty easy. I take an average shoe size and don’t usually find that dresses run too long or too short for my height. While the search for perfect-fitting jeans haunts us all—if you don’t fall into the average height category, finding the right clothing is much harder and can make shopping a stressful and disappointing endeavor. More
For many of us, the perfect Sunday is spent lazily — sleeping in and allowing the poisons of the night before to dissipate into a long and luxurious brunch before deciding on just how we are to spend our precious leisure time. Perhaps, like thousands of Bostonians who venture out to Harrison Avenue every Sunday during the summer months, a trip to SoWA, South Boston’s vintage marketplace/farmer’s market/local artisan fair/food truck court mecca, is in order. More
Already tired of Normcore fashion? Sorry thrifting isn’t good enough for you, but if you wish, here is something a bit more classy. Last night, as one celebrity after another arrived on the red carpet, it was either Giuliana Rancic, Kristen Cavallari, and Kelly Osborne jawing on about this and that, or Ryan Seacrest liking everything to make himself look good. Get a wider perspective. Check out what the Internet had to say about the best and worst dressed, or peep these styles and decide for yourself. More
Karmaloop CEO and founder Greg Selkoe announced during his keynote speech at a fashion conference in Long Beach yesterday that the locally based e-retail site would begin accepting Bitcoin in the late spring. More