Thanks to the sun finally gracing us with its presence again this week, many Denverites are absorbing the heat. During our day in the sun, we spotted Juan Nuñez, a Denver native and fine artist, rocking a dark take on spring-wear. Read on to find out where he shops, why his bag is his favorite acce ... More >>
Hats were prominent this past weekend, whether over-the-top, Kentucky Derby-style or straw sombreros. Eve so, wordsmith and jester Bradley Mccollough was a standout with his fancy felt hat, his favorite accessory. Continue reading to find out where he shops, how comedy influences his style, and even ... More >>
Fashion may move in waves of in and out, but true style is forever. This week we spotted Julian Muhammad, co-owner of a clothing store, on the D-Line Lite Rail. Continue reading to learn what baseball team influenced his kicks, his style mantra, and which group of Hollywood actors inspire his person ... More >>
Some gentlemen put a great deal of effort into making their fashion look effortless, while for others style seems to come naturally. This is the case with sociology major Spenser White, who is studying at Metropolitan State University of Denver. Continue reading to find out what instrument he plays, ... More >>
Women's wear is often defined by femininity -- dresses, skirts and timeless silhouettes that complement the female form. This makes it rare to encounter people who challenge these standards by adapting pieces of men's wear into women's wear. But we recently spotted Samantha Kill, a Brookstone manage ... More >>
This weekend was filled with snow, which meant the few people who were out and about bundled up. Now the time has come for some to commence their work weeks and others to take off on spring break. During these white-washed early days of spring, we spotted Daniel Barrett, a North Dakota native who wo ... More >>
St. Patrick's day weekend has come to a close, ending the sea of green on the streets. Many people went over the top, drowning themselves in the emerald hue (and beer), but a few sported green subtlely. This week we spotted Community College of Denver business student Jiadong Qiu rocking green in a ... More >>
The weather was so nice this past weekend that people were out and about. Of the many Denverites absorbing the comfortable climate we spotted marketing director David Keller as a standout. Continue reading to learn his style icons, what city influences his fashion sense, and what his favorite, unusu ... More >>
While it's easy to be a film enthusiast, only a select few individuals live their lives by the aesthetics of their favorite one. This is the case with industrial dancer Jolt Holcomb and his No. 1 movie: A Clockwork Orange. (For proof, look no further than the photo above this paragraph.) Continue re ... More >>
While winter casts its icy breath on the people of Denver, many still brave the streets -- whether to reach their jobs or just to have fun. One of these is Ross Evans, a local bartender who works in LoDo and enjoys dressing up on and off the clock. Continue reading to find out where Evans shops, why ... More >>
This past weekend, as many savored the sunlight, we spotted William Reynolds, a 7/Eleven clerk who writes poetry and short stories, enjoying the weather while wearing an unusual piece of menswear: a purple hoodie. Read on to learn his personal connection to thrift stores, what pseudonyms he goes by, ... More >>
The new year is here, and new menswear is emerging on the Denver streets. This week's stylish male, Kirkland James, is a local artist and poet who looks optimistically towards the future. Continue reading to discover who inspires his style, what his resolution is for 2013, and how he plans to change ... More >>
While this year is winding down in a frosty cold breath, it's the perfect time to look back on all the hot fashion that Denver saw this past year. By simply strutting down the street in high style, these men expressed their personalities....and made the city look good in the process.
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This week we spotted clever pieces of men's fashion all over town -- from a puffy blue vest on the D line light rail to blue suede shoes on the 16th Street Mall shuttle. Take a look at this variety of looks for men across the metro area....
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