Mucho Macho: Masculinities in Media

A blog to highlight men's fashion, barber shops, men's facial hair, bikes, DIY and U.S. Men's culture.

This blog is pro-feminist, anti-racist and gay affirming. Consider this blog's fashion for the DIY, non-comformist American male. Buy American made, always thrift store-never box-store bought or heck—just make your own things. #recycyle #upcycle

Nice collection of bow ties
cruelladetrillaa:

well..

I think I will stick with sperm for my protein intake.

cruelladetrillaa:

well..

I think I will stick with sperm for my protein intake.

brixton:

BRIXTON PRODUCT FEATURE | THE ‘MEMPHIS’ WOVEN SHIRT
The Memphis is our classic fitted cotton plaid long sleeve button shirt with adjustable button sleeves and two breast pockets. There is a Brixton woven label at pocket side and on interior yoke.
Click HERE to view the Memphis in our online store.

brixton:

BRIXTON PRODUCT FEATURE | THE ‘MEMPHIS’ WOVEN SHIRT

The Memphis is our classic fitted cotton plaid long sleeve button shirt with adjustable button sleeves and two breast pockets. There is a Brixton woven label at pocket side and on interior yoke.

Click HERE to view the Memphis in our online store.

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(Source: romy7, via whyant)

Oh Mr. Finney…ever the sage and wisdom giver.
beardbrand:

Mun

beardbrand:

Mun

(Source: desimalemodels)

beardsftw:


meandthedevilblues submitted:


Apparently it’s World beard day, today…. also I promise i’m not that fat. T’was but a weird angle….

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beardsftw:

meandthedevilblues submitted:

Apparently it’s World beard day, today…. also I promise i’m not that fat. T’was but a weird angle….

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putthison:

If you grew up with suburban mooks universally wearing Abercrombie & Fitch, and headed to a high school today, you might be in for a surprise. The company has struggled in the recession years, and young people are turning towards brands like H&M. A&F is responding by taking their logos off their clothes, and presenting themselves as laid-back and sophisticated, rather than hyper-branded and luxuriously aspirational.
In fact, some are saying that young people are defining their social groups through clothing less than ever. Not sure if I’m buying it, but this is what Piper-Jaffrey analyst Steff Wissink told The New Yorker:

“Ten years ago, I could walk into an auditorium of two hundred kids, I could turn my back and tell them to switch seats and scramble.” Then, she said, she would turn around and guess which kids belonged to the same social groups according to what they were wearing—usually with great success. “Today,” she said, “it’s next to impossible.”

The real question: where are these auditoriums of 200 kids that are subject to the coldly capitalistic social experiments of retail analysts?
Anyway, it’s nice that Abercrombie is struggling.

Agreed.  Let’s not forget the evolution of A&F from forgotten clothing catalogue to sexually librated, laid back, homo-social fashion trend (very early 90s) to quickly morphing into hyper masculine, hegemonic upperclass (read White) douche bag clothing wear for the wannabe asshole-elites.

putthison:

If you grew up with suburban mooks universally wearing Abercrombie & Fitch, and headed to a high school today, you might be in for a surprise. The company has struggled in the recession years, and young people are turning towards brands like H&M. A&F is responding by taking their logos off their clothes, and presenting themselves as laid-back and sophisticated, rather than hyper-branded and luxuriously aspirational.

In fact, some are saying that young people are defining their social groups through clothing less than ever. Not sure if I’m buying it, but this is what Piper-Jaffrey analyst Steff Wissink told The New Yorker:

“Ten years ago, I could walk into an auditorium of two hundred kids, I could turn my back and tell them to switch seats and scramble.” Then, she said, she would turn around and guess which kids belonged to the same social groups according to what they were wearing—usually with great success. “Today,” she said, “it’s next to impossible.”

The real question: where are these auditoriums of 200 kids that are subject to the coldly capitalistic social experiments of retail analysts?

Anyway, it’s nice that Abercrombie is struggling.

Agreed. Let’s not forget the evolution of A&F from forgotten clothing catalogue to sexually librated, laid back, homo-social fashion trend (very early 90s) to quickly morphing into hyper masculine, hegemonic upperclass (read White) douche bag clothing wear for the wannabe asshole-elites.

accidentalbear:

(via Los Angeles’ HunTees Clothing Feat. Artist Glen Hanson Photographed by Mike Enders)

grijzegans:

MAD Magazine recreates Norman Rockwell’s famous 1958 painting ‘The Runaway’

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