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The woman behind Bonobos’ most hated ad is its new CEO

Bonobos founder Andy Dunn is stepping down as head of the brand. Its new CEO is Micky Onvural, who formerly served as the brand's chief marketing officer.
Supermodel David Gandy is one of Henry Poole's customers.

The 6 things men do wrong when buying and wearing a suit

Divide the cost of a suit by the number of years it will last.
Bonobos Tech line of clothing is made for men on the move.

Bonobos released a new line of high-tech clothes — and it shows how the brand is evolving

Bonobos has a new line of clothing they're calling the "tech pack." The new line consists of sophisticated garments made with a proprietary high-tech fabric. Here's how it's changing the game for guy's clothing.

Costco is a men’s underwear paradise

Costco secretly has the best deals in men's undergarments, from socks to underwear.
Never wear socks with sandals. Never.

The worst style mistakes a man can make, according to women — and how to avoid them

Reddit's women have weighed in — here are the 10 things they can't stand to see on men.
The Black Tux rental garments are higher quality than you'd find at a typical rental store.

The men’s alternative to Rent the Runway is plotting a $30 million expansion to make weddings and job interviews way easier

The Black Tux will open a new warehouse and increase inventory after it found a niche with a better alternative to rented formalwear.
These Balenciaga sneakers might remind you of something your dad would wear.

Dressing like a dad is officially the coolest style trend

Many brands are apparently using dads as their design inspiration.

J.Crew is copying a popular startup — and it reveals why the fashion industry as we know it is dying

Selling untucked shirts puts J.Crew more in line with apparel startups than fashion brands.
Television commentator Bill O'Reilly checks himself in a mirror prior to interviewing Bono, lead singer of the Irish rock group U2, during the third night of the 2004 Republican National Convention, at Madison Square Garden in New York, September 1, 2004.

Bill O’Reilly claims clothes have ‘stealthily’ shrunk — but the opposite is true

Bill O'Reilly's "tips of day" don't appear to be fact-checked, as there's no evidence clothes have gotten smaller over time.