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Seven Favorite Things: Revealing the New Hermes Men's Universe

Dapper men of SF, there's much to celebrate.

The Hermes Men's Universe opens today in the Union Square Hermes store. The entire space will be transformed into a a very fashionable man cave launching today and open through October 24th.

Seven Favorite Things: Unionmade Semi-Annual Sale

The good men at Unionmade have launched their semi-annual sale, which basically means, it's a damn good time to shop for menswear.

Look of the Week: Men's Ties for Summer Weddings

Look of the Week: Men's Ties for Summer Weddings

The wave of late-summer-to-early-fall weddings is fast approaching. When it comes to dressing for such occasions, think summer-sharp - with a bit of flair. The easiest way to accomplish such a fashionable feat? A great necktie.

Here are seven of this season's best ties ($29.99-$180) to get you from the ceremony to the dance floor - in true summer style. 

Look of the Week: Men's Summer Travel Essentials

Look of the Week: Men's Summer Travel Essentials

We're guessing you already have the bag, sunglasses, gadgets, and destination. Here's what else you'll need.

Seven Favorite Things: Men's Spring/Summer Footwear from Gimme Shoes

Since opening the first Gimme Shoes in 1984, co-owners Jared Warwick and Leigh Stackpole have and continue to feed the constant cravings of San Francisco's shoe obsessed (and they've converted a few along the way, too). We're certainly believers. Gimme is, without fail, well stocked with everything from intellectual British to funky-forward Euro footwear. Here are our seven summer favorites, for the boys.

Seven Favorite Things: Department 17

Department 17 is off to a big year. Co-owned by local boys, Nelson JangDaniel Lee, and Adrian Putra, the indie menswear retailer kicked off 2012 with a strong move from their Russian Hill digs into a larger, more shopper-friendly space in Hayes Valley

With the cushy square footage, the boys beefed-up their quality-first brand list, adding fresh faces like Reigning Champ (#4) of Canada, and Kitsune of Paris, to the roster.

Seven Favorite Things: Taylor Stitch

Oh, to be loved.

There's just no two ways about it -- we love Taylor Stitch. The local design company and Mission boutique (formerly The Common), has built a small and very dapper empire on classic designs, quality craftsmanship and custom tailoring. 

Look of the Week: Hey There, Sailor

Look of the Week: Hey There, Sailor

This week, Gabe Johnson's street style, combined with the growing buzz around SF hosting the America's Cup, inspired me to round up a collection of nautical wears, fit for land or water. 

SF Street Style: A Modern Ad Man Shows Us Four Spring Looks, in The Mission

Meet Gabriel (Gabe) Johnson, born in Spanish Harlem, raised in Boston and, as of six years ago, a proud resident of San Francisco.

Gabe works as an adman, writing slick copy for the local boutique agency, Engine Company 1. When he's not busy getting wordy, he's involved in the local art and music scenes or in the kitchen, cookin' up something tasty.

Gabe kind of does it all, and he looks damn good while doing it. From nautical stripes to frayed-edge shorts, check out what he's wearing this spring. 

Seven Favorite Things: Spring Menswear from Acrimony + ACRE/SF

Last week, we brought you the best from Acrimony and ACRE/SF's women's collection, and now, we salute their menswear.

The Hayes Valley boutique and its North Beach offshoot house an array of boys-only outfitters like Wings + Horns (#1) and NYC designer, Robbert Geller (#7), mixed in with crossover brands like Rachel Comey (#5) and Cheap Monday. Overall, the style is progressive yet wearable, and the devil's truly in the details.

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