- Share your favorite videos with friends
- Comment on videos and join the conversation
- Get personalized recommendations
- Enjoy exclusive offers
Brendan Mullane shares the story of the world's first men's fashion show in 1952, hosted by then little-known Brioni, and how the move helped launch an iconic brand.
Capsule's Deirdre Maloney describes cutting out the hype from fashion trade shows and putting high-caliper brands up front.
Michael Phillips Moskowitz, chief curator at eBay, argues that in an era of unprecedented choice, men from New York to Tokyo are more "brand promiscuous."
Hudson’s Bay Company president Liz Rodbell tells how the company's red mittens helped fund and outfit the Canadian Olympic Team.
Brooks Brothers Chairman & CEO Claudio Del Vecchio shares how he got tangled up with the suit and 'golden fleece' business.
Designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow go back to the roots of Public School at Sean John and define the model "Public School" man.
Joshua Schulman, president of Bergdorf Goodman, explains how the department store changed its attitude by changing what fashions it put by the front door.
Marcus Wainwright, co-founder of rag & bone, says the new luxury can be as simple as a proper-fitting pair of jeans and a t-shirt.
Shinola CEO Heath Carr shares the company's goal of bringing the factory floor life back to Detroit with watchmaking and neighbors.
Steve Russell, founder of Prism Skylabs, explains how heat maps are giving clothing stores more data on what shoppers are trying on and interested in.