You rarely see me in men's clothing. There's no reason for that other than most menswear is boring. There are, however, exceptions to this general observation.
Here is my favorite shirt of all time. Made of soft, luxurious silk, this retro-style shirt was designed by Memphis tailor Bernard Lansky who famously was the clothes-designer for Elvis Presley and other rock legends. Lansky opened a clothing shop in 1946 which still exists today (run by his son). I bought this shirt while visiting Memphis a few years ago; I had just toured Sun Studio and was feeling nostalgic for the 1950's.
Bernard Lansky is known in history as "Clothier To The King," obviously referring to Elvis. Lansky met Elvis when the singer was only 17 years old; Elvis was ambitious but poor and unknown. Lansky dressed him for free, an act of generosity which began a lifelong friendship. Sadly, Bernard Lansky died last month at age 85; he warranted and received a big obituary in The New York Times.
This shirt is black and cream, with delicate stitched borders. In person, it's unbelievably luscious.